Zemanta, a Firefox extension that automatically suggests related tags, links, photos and articles for your blog posts and e-mails, is running a competition to encourage blogging for worthwhile causes. The five blogs that get the most votes will each win $3,000.
I vote for Global Voices Advocacy because of the phenomenal work its bloggers do to protect freedom of expression and free access to information online. GV Advocacy (or Advox, as it’s also known) is connected to Global Voices Online, a project for which I’ve been writing about the blogren for two years.
In addition to reporting on issues like blogger arrests and Internet censorship, Advox works on a number of projects to help bloggers and other online activists — definitely worth my vote.
Interested in supporting Advox? The deadline for the competition is June 6, 2009, and you must include the following sentence in your post:
This blog post is part of Zemanta’s “Blogging For a Cause” campaign to raise awareness and funds for worthy causes that bloggers care about.
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Thanks for spreading a word about a good cause! I’ve added your vote the Blogging for a cause tally: http://bit.ly/b4cvotes so you can keep track of progress yourself. Now make sure to get your friends blogging as well! We’ll be giving money to top 5 charities, that means you have very good chances at raising money for your cause!
Jure Cuhalev, Zemanta