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African Blogger Awards add new category

16 March 2015, 12:55

Lagos - The 2015 African Blogger Awards has now added Facebook pages and profiles to its nominee’s list.

The award which is opened to all African bloggers, Instagrammers, Twitter influencers, and YouTubers gives opportunities for social influencers to be recognized for their quality and reach.

Launched last year, the African Blogger Awards a pan-African event that measure online and social influencers’ reach and influence through data analysis.

Nominees will be vying for the awards for Africa’s Top Instagrammer, Top Twitter Profile, Top YouTuber, Top Blogger and Best Facebook Profile.

An additional 36 sub-categories under contention include Lifestyle, Travel, Finance, Entertainment, and Technology and Gadgets.

Also read: Africa gets its first Blogger Awards

According to Murray Legg, co-founder of the African Blogger Awards, the awards expect close to 800 entries from independent publishers.

Entries for the awards close on 9 April 2015 at midnight and results will be announced on 5 May 2015 via the competition’s Twitter handle, @African_Blogger.

Winners in each category will receive a web banner announcing their achievement and a commemorative trophy.

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