From 38 nominees, we whittled the field down to four. For the past month, we’ve run a series of guest posts regarding the contest and finally, on Monday, we asked you to vote on your favorite.
At long last, the result are in. And it was a nail-biter down to the finish line, but we have a winner. Check out the results:
- Mirna Bard, for her question/post “Do consumers want to be treated as individuals?” — 37.20%
- Erik Deckers, for his question/post “Is ghost-blogging an acceptable business practice?” — 36.59%
- Jeremy Victor, for his question/post “Has social media for business hit the mainstream?” — 17.68%
- Mike Sansone, for his question/post “What’s your role in the social-media ecosystem?” — 8.54%
Mirna Bard is a blogger, speaker and consult; she serves as the social-media chairwoman of the Orange County chapter of the National Association of Women Business Owners, and she teaches social media at the University of California at Irvine.
Congratulations, Mirna! We can’t wait to see what kinds of questions you’ll be asking our readers.
And thanks to all our other contestants — you guys are all great bloggers, and it was a privilege to feature your work.
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