Nominate Your Favorite Blogs For The BAKE Awards 2017

Some of the BAKE Awards 2016 winners. Women rock. Image credit BAKE

Which blogs make you happy?

It’s about that time when the Bloggers Association of Kenya (BAKE) opens up the submission phase of the BAKE Awards 2017. This is your chance guys to submit the names of the blogs which kept you entertained throughout 2016. The submission phase started on January 9th and ends on February 10th 2017.

Brian Mungei from Safaricom awarding respresentative Aisha Ali Bake Awards. Photo credit BAKE

This year a new category (Best Lifestyle Blog) has been introduced which brings the categories of the BAKE Awards 2017 to 20. Some of the categories include photography, food, travel, entertainment, business, fashion and county blogs. To find out more about the categories you can check out this link. This year a new rule has been introduced that three time winners (or more) are ineligible to compete. Last year was a great year for women as they got many of the awards, find the list of winners here.

Some of the BAKE Awards 2016 winners. Women rock. Image credit BAKE

So what you need to do? To submit your favorite blogs (we hope this is one of them) for the BAKE Awards 2017,  you can visit this link. The BAKE Awards is in its 6th year, and it celebrated the best of Kenyan blogging.

After submissions judges will decide on the best 5 nominees for each category. Then you guys get to vote on who you want to win. The winners will then be awarded at a gala event on May 13th 2017.

Here are the dates.

  1. Submission phase – January 9th 2017 to February 10th 2017
  2. Judging phase – February 11th 2017 to February 28th 2017
  3. Online voting – March 3rd 2017 to May 1st 2017
  4. Winners’ Gala Event – May 13th 2017

If you need to find out more check out the BAKE Awards history, and for bloggers the rules for the BAKE Awards.


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