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The SMB 150—a Quick How-To Guide on Voting

Many of our readers and tribal members have been calling and emailing (and even discussing on social media sites) specific questions on the voting process for this year’s SMB 150 Awards. Last week, Harrybbb put together a quick blog on how to cast your ballot. However, I also wanted to draw your attention to a couple of blogs posted by two industry members (and fellow SMB 150 nominees) that will offer additional insight.

The first blog you can check out is Karl Palachuk’s Small Biz Thoughts, focusing on SMB IT professionals, and the vendors who serve them. In his blog, Palachuk summarizes the voting process, and also offers his picks on those to watch for in the running.

Another blogger (and SMB 150 nominee) worth noting is Tubblog by IT consultant Richard Tubb, a UK-based SBSer. In his blog, Tubb not only outlines the voting, but also breaks down his SMB 150 contenders by category. This includes groups like “The Brits,” “The Bloggers,” “The Community Leaders,” The Vendors” and “MSPs and MSP Coaches.”

Voting for the SMB 150 will continue through this month, ending on Friday, April 6. Make sure you log on, each day, to www.SMB150.com, to get in your picks for your favorite SMB channel influencers.

Also, we will be holding a "Town Hall" style webinar on Thursday, March 15, at 10 am PST, asking 10 pre-selected SMB 150 nominees some of the toughest questions. Professional accomplishments, ethics, future aspirations are all topics on the table. Click here to register for what promises to be one of the hottest webinars of the year.

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