Since March 18th, 18 participants have watched as over 1,800 votes have been made. Now, The 1st Annual Thank, Q for Bloggers Tournament has reached the Fave 4 which consists of the four bloggers who have made it through the first round and E8. If you missed the first few match-ups, then catch up on them here:
List of E8, 1st Round, and Play-In Match-Ups links/results here!
Vote on the Consolation Round, too!
Here's what you, as a judge, will need to do:
- Read both links for each contestant.
(Some will be educational, entertaining, erotic, instructional, or inspirational!)
- Decide which one is the most interesting/entertaining.
- Voting for everyone in the polls are on the right ------------------------------------------------------------------>
Of course, you know that if you enjoy either or both of the bloggers, then feel free to comment and / or "follow" them to show your appreciation. These contestants are putting themselves out there for the world to see, so make sure to show them some love for being courageous!
The two participants going head-to-head in this Fave 4 match-up will be:
Falen of Colorful Rants of a Fed Up Sista. Falen is a legend in the blog world and brings a cult following that should make this an interesting match-up.
Michelle of Mommy Confessions also justifies her #1 seed with the following she brings to the table. With two 20+ point victories in the first two rounds, she is more than capable of doing it again in the Fave 4!
With that being said...
Post #3 for Falen is here!
Post #3 for Michelle is here!
Rules of contest:
What each blogger will have to do is provide a link to one of their favorite posts on their site to go up against their competitor's best post. The readers will vote to choose which one of the two they enjoyed the most in the alloted time given. The blogger that gets the most votes for his / her post goes on to the next round where they will have to provide a different post against one of the other winners. Each participating blogger can promote their post on their site, but cannot use the source code to put the voting poll on their site unless they include their opponent's link on their page as well so that the readers have access to both entries.