Wednesday, August 13, 2008

About Best on Blogspot

There are a number of really good Blogger/Blogspot blogs out there and a lot of people don’t think they are worth the time of day simply because they are free hosted blogs.

Blogspot blogs are underestimated and a lot of people go on about changing from a free hosted blog such as Blogger to a platform such as Wordpress and pay for a domain name and hosting.

This blog was started to recognize decent Blogger blogs and a place where people can vote for what they think are the best in the various categories. It is a very community driven site where people can submit theirs or other Blogspot blogs and vote to see who comes out on top.

8 comments:

  1. written a review on your site @..


    http://blogpromoreviews.blogspot.com/

    please include in your site, any of the HTML code present in the side bar of the above blog as a reward for my effort to review your nice blog.
    Thanks.
    All The Best

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  2. Hey - submitted my blog last night, but 12 hours later it hasn't shown up in your list...

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  3. Gerald, thanks for inviting me to your blog, but I do not see the section "Art", which could come my blog, so I offer you a personal blog by Sergey Krushinsky (nauvul-nauvul), programmer from Mosсow. I myself have pleasure to read it. Those who can not read in Russian, may have pleasure see a large number of excellent photos.

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  4. You don't seem to have a relationship or men/women category which is where my blog sits
    http://www.girltalk-ladiesonly.blogspot.com, any chance of adding one?

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  5. What a great idea. Good you! There are so many fabulous blogs out there!

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  6. Submitted my blog. Thks for the great site!

    Blackswan,
    http://luxuryhaven.blogspot.com/

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  7. Good idea! Decided mine would fit in the society/culture category.

    http://beingandquirckiness.blogspot.com/

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  8. Submitted my blog, but when I click on it, it still reads winners for March-April 2009.

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