No, we’re not doing a fundraiser (though, we could probably really benefit from one), and we’re not posting about our desire to get a leading cleantech firm to sponsor us (yet). This post is about the fact that we’ve been nominated for one of TreeHugger’s 2011 Best of Green Awards. Yes, they think we’re a top science and technology blog and we are one of 5 blogs nominated in their Best Environmental Sci-Tech Blog category.
Since you are a CleanTechnica reader, I assume you like our blog and would like us to get more attention and readers,… so we can produce more content (for You!)
Whether you’ve been reading CleanTechnica for years, one month, one week, or a few moments, if you like what you see and want to see more, head on over to TreeHugger and vote for us today.
CleanTechnica IS a Green & Cleantech Leader
I wrote in January that we were the 3rd-ranked “Green” blog on Technorati. We continue to hover around that position, trading places with a couple of other blogs from time to time.
I’ve also done my own little analysis of leading green and clean energy blogs and, using statistics from compete, I’ve concluded that CleanTechnica is one of the top 20 green blogs on the internet, as well as being perhaps the top clean energy blog (there are a few of us up around the same readership level).
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