BookMachine Blogging Award: your vote needed

The BookMachine blogger awards: Your vote needed

These informal awards are a way to acknowledge the most popular BookMachine bloggers from 2015.
Here’s how you can get involved:
– Read the 6 most read blog posts of 2015 below
– Decide on your favourite and vote for it. You can only vote for one!
– At the end of January  we will count up the votes received, and the winner will receive an annual BookMachine membership, a bottle of something tasty, and a selection of BookMachine blooks – all delivered to their door
– Think you can do a good job of blogging for BookMachine in 2016? Email Sam for details. (sam@bookmachine.co.uk)
1. Blogger: Nick Robinson
This blog abandons the theory that ‘content is always king’ and establishes what replaced this in 2015.
2. Blogger: Mike Shatzkin
This blog summarises succinctly what authors should think about to ensure they have a basic online marketing strategy in place.
3. Blogger: Juliet Mushens
Juliet uses Social Media a lot (has over 14,000 followers on Twitter). Here she shares some tips for publishers and authors.
4. Blogger: Chris Ward
This blog announced the publication of two more Terry Pratchett novels, following on from the author’s death.
5. Blogger: Ricardo Fayet
Ricardo suggests that ISBNs could be replaced with a new system, based on using the data more intelligently.
6. Christopher Norris
This post had the most number of comments of all blogs in 2015 – it is a list of 24 insights into the future of publishing.
The competition remains open until the end of January, and the winner will be notified shortly after. One vote per entry please.

1. Blogger: Nick Robinson

Nick is my favourite blogger

Nick is not my favourite blogger

2. Blogger: Mike Shatzkin

Mike is my favourite blogger

Mike is not my favourite blogger

3. Blogger: Juliet Mushens

Juliet is my favourite blogger

Juliet is not my favourite blogger

4. Blogger: Chris Ward

Chris is my favourite blogger

Chris is not my favourite blogger

5. Blogger: Ricardo Fayet

Ricardo is my favourite blogger

Ricardo is not my favourite blogger

6. Blogger: Christopher Morris

Christopher is my favourite bloger

Christopher is not my favourite blogger

Thank you for voting

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The winner will be announced shortly…
Thanks again!
Team BookMachine
PS Think you can do a good job of blogging for BookMachine in 2016? Email Sam for details. (sam@bookmachine.co.uk)