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Vote for the herBusiness Blog - Best Australian Blog 2012

18 April 2012 | No Comments

The Sydney Writers' Centre recently announced the 2012 Best Australian Blogs Competition. The Australian Businesswomen's Network's herBusiness Blog is entered in the Business Blog category. (We were thrilled to be a finalist last year.)

 

Right now, however, you can vote for the herBusiness Blog in the People's Choice category.

The herBusiness blog was created to provide you with regular real-life tips and resources from women just like you - other businesswomen who aren't just writing about business, they're living it and experiencing it and sharing the best and worst of it with you.

So, if you've enjoyed any one of the over 1000 posts written by our talented team of businesswomen bloggers, we'd love your vote.

It takes less than 2 minutes (I did it yesterday). Here's what to do:

 

Vote for the herBusiness Blog!

  1. Visit the Best Australian Blogs 2012 competition page here
  2. Click 'Vote Here People's Choice'
  3. Check HerBusiness Blog on Page 2
  4. Click Next to end, enter your details and submit!

Click here to vote for the herBusiness Blog in the Best Australian Blogs 2012 Competition!

 

Thanks for your support!

 

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