2008 Moggies: media and marketing blog post of the year winner announced
The 2008 Moggy Awards winner announced
The 2008 Moggy awards saw dozens of entries submitted, all vying for the title of Australian marketing and media blog post of the year.
The awards were actualised by Craig Wilson, who writes the blog Media Hunter, and were proudly supported by Marketingmag.com.au.
Alongside Craig and myself, accomplished journalists Mark Jones and Mark Chenery judged the awards.
Competition was fierce and a top 10 list included the following (get your bookmarking tools ready!):
- Katie Chatfield – Take the frickin’ red pill
- Jonathan Crossfield – Linkbait at any Cost?
- Julian Cole – Top 50 Australian Marketing Pioneer Blogs
- Julian Cole – NAB Spamming: A story of a maverick blog personality
- Matt Granfield – How to get the world’s attention without being remarkable…
- Gavin Heaton – Where the hell is the sponsor?
- Nic Hodges – Why aren’t we creating great digital work?
- Daniel Oyston – Deeeer, It’s Red Bull You Idiot!
- Charis Palmer – Why bankers are wary of social media
- Bret Treasure – On Passion and Influence
The results were very close and after careful consideration, the 2008 Moggy was awarded to:
Jonathan Crossfield, author of the Copy Write blog for his post Linkbait at any Cost.
Second place went to our very own popular blogger, Matty Granfield for his post (that was also re-published in our print magazine), How to get the worlds attention without being remarkable.
Lastly, third place was award to Julian Cole for his video post – NAB Spamming: A story of a maverick blog personality.
- Winner: Gold Moggy – Jonathan Crossfield – Linkbait at any Cost?
- Runner-Up: Silver Moggy – Matt Granfield – How to get the world’s attention without being remarkable
- Third: Bronze Moggy – Julian Cole – NAB Spamming: A story of a maverick blog personality
We were pleased to see that four out of the talented nine individuals had contributed to either our print publication or site in some sort of capacity previously.
More information can be found here.
On a final note, remember that this could be you right here, next year… so get your blogging wheels into motion!