I am fairly new to the blogging community and have a quick question. I have been very fortunate to win 3 giveaways. Is it proper etiquette to recognize the bloggers I won the giveaways from after the fact in my own blog? I always post their contests on my page for them while they are running the giveaway... Do I need to do more?

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In my opinion, sending a thank you email is absolutely necessary. Posting about it on your blog isn't a must, but it's oh-so-appreciated... plus it's good karma! What you're doing sounds good to me :) If only every winner was that nice!
I think it's a great idea to post a public shout out on your blog. After all, a lot of times the contests are ways for bloggers to gain more traffic on their site, so if you post about their blog it's helping them out even more.
Hi Dore,

I think it sure doesn't hurt to give recognition on you blog.
On another note, I've tried to leave a few comments on your blog tonight and I' mnot able to accessthe comment page.
Big Fry has the same Cars chair as your son and I love the pic of him in the bath with his huge blue eyes!
Bisous from Paris. La Mom.
Yes- definitely. Many give-a-ways are done for this purpose. It's part of the publicity they are looking for.
Congratulations on your wins :)
I gave you a shout out tonight! Thanks again for the prize!

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