Welcome to Top vBlog 2016 - Sponsored by VMTurbo

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Courtesy of VMTurbo any blogger that makes the top 50 blog list is eligible to win a special commerative coin.

Before you begin please note that due to the large number of blogs on the ballot it might difficult to vote via most smart phones due to the smaller screen size. For the best voting experience you'll need to vote from a PC or tablet.

Please vote for your top 12 favorite VMware & virtualization blogs, on the first page you will be able to select your 12 favorite blogs and on the following page will be allowed to rank them in your preference order. When voting please take the following into consideration:

  •   frequency (how often they post)
  •   quality (how well the posts are)
  •   length (how long the posts are)
  •   longevity (how long they have been blogging for)

Please try to be fair and objective when voting, this isn't a popularity contest, it's about voting for the bloggers that put out the best content and deserve the recognition for it. Your votes will help determine the new top 50 bloggers on my vLaunchpad. Votes are weighted so a #1 vote counts as 12 points, #2 vote counts as 1 points etc down to 1 point for a #12 vote. The total points for each blog will be added up and will determine the top 50 order.

Note there was a new minimum blog post requirement implemented this year to be eligible for Top vBlog voting, any blog that did not have at least 10 blog posts in 2015 is not included in the voting. Read more about this here.

Once again this year we also having voting in special categories to help distinguish certain types of blogs. The categories are independent of the general voting so first pick and rank your top 12 overall favorite blogs and then choose your favorite blog in each category. 

*** Please note we are using several methods to protect against duplicate votes using geolocation, IP address & cookies to limit vote duplication. Any suspicious votes will be thrown out.