Ryan Stephens is balloting the public for the top ten blogs for April 2009. The Millennial Leaders blog is currently on the list of potentials.
If you wish to vote for the ML blog, you will need to follow a few guidelines:
You can rank the blogs you submit any way you’d like, though I would encourage you to consider some of the following criteria:
- Frequency of updates
- Valuable and interesting links (embedded or in the blogroll)
- Aesthetic (i.e navigation, functionality, and to some extent looks)
- Ability to incite conversation, thought-provoking comments/discussion
- The blogs must directly relate to Gen Y/Millennials*
- One ballot per person
- Your ballot must have at least 5 blogs listed to be included
- You -can- vote for your own blog
- If you feel compelled to include a great post that showcases why you chose a particular blog I won’t hate you
*For clarification purposes – This is not a list of the best Gen Y bloggers based on their demographic, but about the best blogs that deliver value for the Gen Y demographic. For example if a 26-year old writes brilliantly about the latest tech inventions, though he is Gen Y, he’s probably not a good fit for this list. The alternative is a 40-year old writing about approaches Gen Y can take to get a job in the current economic climate is very relevant. Honestly, I don’t mind that the line blurs as long as great bloggers get recognition. Take that for what it’s worth.
Please submit your list of top Gen Y Blogs to ryanstephensmarketing(at)gmail.com