The 2015 MAD Blog Awards linky


Mad blog awards 2012 Emma Annie

Excitement is already mounting and social media is buzzing with talented bloggers talking about the 2015 MAD Blog Awards.

One of the trickiest part of the awards, though, is knowing just who to nominate – there are so many amazing blogs out there we’re very glad we’re not the ones making the decisions!

That’s why, each year, we run this Linky. If you’ve posted about why your blog should be nominated for a MAD Blog Award, or perhaps you’ve shared some favourite blogs you think are worthy of nomination, then link up your posts here.

And if you’re struggling to decide who to nominate, why not browse through the blogs that have linked up and see if you find any brand new favourite reads among them?

There are no complicated rules, simply add the URL of your post to the Linky below, and spend a few minutes going to meet some other MAD hopefuls – the MADS is all about celebrating the many amazing UK blogs, and a big part of the fun is discovering blogs you might otherwise not have read.


MADS 2015 Celebrating Blogs


So, add your posts (don’t forget to add your blog badge!) and the whole team here wishes you oodles of luck in the awards this year. Don’t forget that there will be six finalists in each category including one judge’s choice, so you don’t have to be a BIG blog to be in with a chance!


Nominations close at 5pm on May 27th, so don’t delay!


Sally Whittle is founder of the Tots100, Foodies100, Trips100 and the Flea Retreat. When she's not working, she can be found blogging at Who's the Mummy, or having fun with her 13 year old daughter, Flea.

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