VOTE NOW – 2014 Top VMware & Virtualization Blogs

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Like every year Eric Siebert organized voting on the top of the best blogs in the industry, ranked by you, our readers, peers, and industry experts. This year there are over 300!! blogs dedicated to VMware and virtualization. Here’s your chance to pick your favorites and determine the top blogs.

Last year I was really amazed that vClouds got #38th place! This Year vClouds is also listed also as favorite Storage Blog and Favorite Independent Blogger. 

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My Picks:

Choose your favorite podcast: Adapting IT (Lauren Malhoit)
Choose your favorite new blogger: Virtualization Software (D. Davis/S. Lowe)
Choose your favorite independent blogger: Wahl Network (Chris Wahl)

Please vote for our blogs, vote vClouds

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When casting your votes please keep the following in mind about the blogs.

  • Longevity – Anyone can start a blog but it requires dedication, time & effort to keep it going. Some bloggers start a blog only to have it fall to the wayside several months later. Things always come up in life but the good bloggers keep going regardless of what is happening in their life.
  • Length – It’s easy to make a quick blog post without much content, nothing wrong with this as long as you have good content in the post that people will enjoy. But some bloggers post pretty long detailed posts which takes a lot of time and effort to produce. The tip of the hat goes to these guys that burn the midnight oil trying to get you some great detailed information.
  • Frequency – Some bloggers post several times a week which provides readers with lots of content. This requires a lot of effort as bloggers have to come up with more content ideas to write about. Frequency ties into length, some do high frequency/low length, some do low frequency/high length, some do both. They’re all good and require a lot of time and effort on the bloggers part.
  • Quality – It all comes down to what’s in the blog post regardless of how often or how long the blog posts are. After reading a blog post if you come away with learning something that you did not previously know and it benefits you in some way then you know you are reading a quality post. Good quality is usually the result of original content, its easy to re-hash something previously published elsewhere, the good bloggers come up with unique content or put their own unique spin on popular topics.

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