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I have been blogging for nearly three years now and have received several awards throughout the years. Now that my blog has sort of
evolved into a website with a strong message and quality writing it is
increasingly difficult for me to respond to those awards. You can read
my complete opinion on blog awards HERE.


How do you feel about blog awards?

Do YOU participate in blog awards? When you receive one how long does it take for you to respond? Is it a priority for you? I look forward to
reading all of your responses.

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I just wrote a post like this too, though you took the high road, http://www.redheadranting.com/i-hate-blog-awards/ I don't have time for them and my traffic drops on the days I have them. I don't do them anymore, though if I receive one, and I shouldn't after the post I wrote, I do go to their blog and thank them.
I do feel honored when I get an award, but sometimes there are so many that it's hard to post about them and it's even harder to choose a few blogs to pass them on to when I have met so many great bloggers.

I do put a blog award widget on my blog though and add each award and the name and blog url of the person I received it from.

Then at odd times if I realize I haven't visit so and so in awhile then I just visit someone from the blog award widget.
I love blog awards but dont have many. I think its fun to participate.

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