It’s over – voting has closed, the count has finished, and the UN observers have signed off the results. We’ve seen some fantastic blogs and sites in the course of the last couple of months, and now is the moment of truth for our two winners and the four runners-up.
There were 50 sites in the Best Blog category, garnering over 7,000 votes between them.
The winner of Best Blog was… (OK, imagine this is reality TV, there’d be a massively long pause here…):
Luke’s English Podcast
with 1,528 votes. Many congratulations! It was close right up to the very end, but you managed to hold off the two runners-up,
Film English (with 1,222 votes) and
ESL Pod (with 751 votes)
Not quite so many nominees in the Best Website category (22 in total), but well over 30,000 votes cast.
Like the best blog category, this was one was close all the way through, but eventually, come midnight, the winner was…
with a massive 7,641 votes. Another close result, with the second placed site only 271 votes behind. The two runners-up are:
English Club (with 7,370 votes) and
World Wide Words (with 4,687 votes).
Congratulations to all nominees. It’s given us the opportunity to browse some fantastic sites, and I’m sure we’ve all added a few more to our bookmarks/favorites.
There’ll be a prize winging its way to our two winners, along with a winner’s badge to display on the site, and the two runners-up in each category also get badges for their sites.
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