I Won the Silver Personal Brand Award for 2008
I am a pretty down to earth guy, and really think that I still have a long way to go before I can consider myself to be “someone” in the online sphere. That being said, it is always nice to celebrate the small achievements along the way.
Last week Dan Schawbel, the founder of the Personal Brand Awards, emailed me informing that I had won the Silver Award this year (there is a gold, silver and bronze).
Here is what he wrote about it:
Why he won: Daniel is certainly a fan favorite when it comes to blogging. Every day, Daniel gives precious blogging tips and strategies for beginners up to advanced bloggers. He holds one of the top spots in Technorati, yet he is a solo-blogger, which is remarkable. Daniel is certainly a go-to-guy for blogging, people trust him and he constantly rewards his community. For all this, we would like to recognize him with a silver personal brand award.
I am flattered!
You can also send your application for the 2009 edition if you think you got a strong personal brand, just visit the Awards website.
By the way I did not send my own application, looks like Andy Beal recommended me, so a big thank you for him too!
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42 Responses to “I Won the Silver Personal Brand Award for 2008”
@jim, you won it as well, congrats to you too!
Jacob from Group Writing Projects
Well deserved, Daniel. Keep up the good work.
Congratulations, Daniel! i don’t get time to read much, but somehow find time for your blend.. keep up the great work, Tim
Aravind Jose T.
Tons of congrats.
Well deserved Daniel, you are consistently publishing really useful information.
Congrats! It’s huge honor. You deserve it.
Well, you certainly do deserve it.
I love my tips- look forward to see them showing up in my inbox.
Congrats for sure!
Congratulations Daniel! I checked out the site, and that’s is quite an achievement!!
I enjoy your blog and have learned so much. Very well deserved award. 🙂
But I think you should win a gold instead of a silver.
Keep going with the hard work.
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