Performancing Announces 2007 Blog Award Winners
Performancing has announced the winners of the recently-concluded 2007 Performancing Blog Awards.
With over 61,000 votes in one week of voting (Readers’ Choice) and ongoing behind the scenes deliberation (Editors’ Choice) we’ve selected the winners of this year’s Performancing Blog Awards.
In some cases, the Readers and the Editors selected the same winners. However, more often than not, the Readers and Editors selected different winners. In those cases, it’s for you to decide who made the better choice;-)
The 2007 Performancing Blog Awards granted cited the top blogs in 28 categories, with each category having a winner for the Readers’ Choice (voted upon by readers) and Editor’s Choice (chosen by the Performancing editors).
Readers picked Zen Habits as the 2007 Best Overall Blog award, while the editors chose TechCrunch as the top overall blog. Meanwhile, readers voted for Darren Rowse as most influential blogger while the editors chose Brian Clark.
You can view the winners and runner-ups of these and all the other categories over at Performancing. Our congratulations go to the winners, runners-up, nominees, and the Performancing team for making the blogosphere a better place!
J. Angelo Racoma is a technology journalist for CMSWire and TFTS. A former editor at Splashpress Media, The Blog Herald and Performancing, he now does consultancy work through WorkSmartr.com. Follow him at racoma.net and on Twitter.