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Vote For Your Top Virtualization Blogs

voteIt’s that time again. For the last few years Eric Siebert, over at vsphere-land.com, has organised a vote giving you, the readers of virtualization blogs, the opportunity to decide which you think is the best.

Jeremy and I run this site in our spare time because we want to but if you could see you way clear to voting for us, or any of you other favourite virtualization blogs, then you have our thanks.

Just hit the “vote” button to the left to be directed to the voting page, or click here.

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Top 10 Virtualisation Blogs

It’s been over a year since the last poll was held to determine which were the top 10 virtualisation blogs on the internet. At the time this one was written only by me and wasn’t even registered with vsphere-land.com for the vote.

A lot can change in 12 months. Jeremy now co-authors the blog with me and has written plenty of brilliant articles. We’re also registered on vsphere-land.com (Eric Siebert’s site) and it’s voting time once more.

The world is full of award ceremonies and polls, each important to those involved. The thing to remember about blogging is that people don’t often get paid for it. Many of the sites don’t carry any sponsorship and with all of them the considerable effort to keep writing comes from passion and interest in the subject. A little positive feedback from readers makes a big difference.

So if you can spare 2 or 3 minutes of your time to vote for your favourite virtualisation bloggers, I know they’d appreciate it. Cheers!

VOTE HERE

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Voting Time – Who will be the Top 25 VMware bloggers?

Approximately every 6 months Eric Siebert (co author of Maximum vSphere), who runs the site vsphere-land.com, holds a public vote to find out who the top 25 VMware bloggers are.

I’ve voted already and it’s likely that anyone reading this will already know about the vote. Check out my RSS feeds received today already:

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Everyone’s talking about it and they’d all like your vote 😉 I can’t blame them. Most of the bloggers aren’t paid to write and do it out of a passion for the technology and mostly in their own time. For that, a little recognition doesn’t seem unreasonable at all.

If you’ve found articles from any virtualisation blog useful in the past (distant or recent), spare a couple of minutes and head on over and cast your vote.