Would You Consider Nominating This Blog for the ABA Blawg 100?

In 2 1/2 years of blogging, this is the first time I’ve ever written to ask you, my loyal readers, for a favor.  It’s one that would get the word out about my blogs and, hopefully, spread the word about them to an even broader audience.  And yes, it’d be a nice feather in my cap after all the hours I’ve labored for the love of blogging.

I’m asking you to nominateWassom.com” for the American Bar Association’s annual “Blawg 100” list.

The ABA is the country’s largest bar association.  For the past several years, it has published a list of the top 100 law blogs (or “blawgs”) in various categories.  It’s especially looking for ” blogs written with personality, passion and enthusiasm. New niche blogs pop up all the time—and those that are smartly written, teach us something and introduce us to new perspectives will catch and keep our attention.”  Although the ABA’s editors ultimately pick the winners, they accepted nominations through their “Blog 100 Amici” webpage.

Only blogs listed in the ABA’s directory can be nominated.  Mine is listed there as “Wassom.com,” which includes the sections I’ve branded as “Wassom on Social Media Law” and “Augmented Legality.”

So, hey, no biggie, but if you’re so inclined, I’d appreciate the nod.  Thanks for reading!