Inside Information – Best Irish Business Blog shortlist

Inside sources (who declined to be named) are suggesting that the longlist for the ‘Best Irish Business Blog’ will look something like this …

Irish Blog Awards

Update:
The fact that this information was given to me (in ready to paste HTML) has nothing, absolutely nothing , to do with the fact that FirstPartners.net are sponsoring the Best Business blog award.

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13 comments

  1. Brian Honan · January 30, 2008

    Hi Paul

    Wow. Thanks for the leaked information. That is certainly great news and it is humbling to be considered amongst the above Blogs.

    Brian

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  3. Conall McDevitt · January 30, 2008

    Thanks to the judges for including O’Conall Street. Makes the early morning writing worthwhile.

    Conall

  4. Julian · January 30, 2008

    I’m very flattered to see the make-it-up-as-you-go-along Bubble Brothers blog included with such businesslike company. Flattered and not a little embarrassed.

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  7. Online Team · February 3, 2008

    Great News – Glad to see somebody is reading what we write.

    The Online Team
    Flowers Made Easy

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  11. Online Team · February 8, 2008

    Hi Guys,

    Sorry to be a pain but the link for Flowers Made Easy should read http://blog.flowersmadeeasy.ie/eamonn

    Thanks

  12. Frank Fullard · February 10, 2008

    I visited the site just to see who the nominees were – and there I was.
    Gobsmacked was my immediate reaction. Since then I’ve managed to add: Wow!
    It’s great to be even mentioned alongside the others involved, so thanks to whoever nominated me.

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