Posted By Small Business Editor On February 19, 2013 @ 2:00 pm In Small business events | 1 Comment
Go ahead – make an author’s day. Nominate your favorite business book in the 2013 Small Business Book Awards. The nomination deadline is March 3, 2013.
The 2013 Small Business Book Awards celebrate books for entrepreneurs, small business owners, CEOs, managers and their staffs.
This is the 5th year for these community Awards. In the past, almost 100,000 votes were cast by the community. Winners receive publicity and the right to display winners’ insignia on books, websites, brochures and elsewhere. Ten overall winners and 5 winners in each category will be named.
Nominating is fast — and free.
In 2013 there are more categories than ever before — and more opportunities to be recognized. This year features 10 book categories, along with a new non-book category.
Business books may be nominated if published in 2012, relevant to small businesses, and covering one of these topical areas: marketing, technology, social media, management, economics, startup, self-help, leadership or personal finance. There’s also a category for business classics, which is for all-time favorite business books published prior to 2012. Be sure to check out the overview of some of the new book nominations  so far in this year’s Small Business Book Awards.
The non-book category is for publishing resources such as book publicists, ghost writing services, author apps (such as Story Tracker  and the Write or Die  app), and similar resources. So if you know any good author apps, copywriters, publishing platforms and other resources, nominate them!
Namecheap  is showing its commitment to the small business community through its generous support as Presenting Sponsor of the Small Business Book Awards. Namecheap is an ICANN accredited domain name registrar and Web hosting company managing 3 million domains with more than 800,000 clients.
Authors, if you need a website for you book, look to Namecheap, which offers some of the most affordable domain names in the industry, full-featured Web hosting packages, SSL certificates and more. Thank you, Namecheap!
Who: Anyone can nominate. Authors, feel free to nominate your own books. Book lovers, nominate your favorites. Publishers and editors, also feel free to nominate your books.
What: 2013 Small Business Book Awards
When: Nominations end March 3, 2013 at 11:59 pm Los Angeles, California time.
Once nominations end, voting starts immediately thereafter and runs through March 26, 2013.
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URLs in this post:
 overview of some of the new book nominations: http://smallbiztrends.com/2013/02/small-business-book-awards-book-list.html
 Story Tracker: http://bookawards.smallbiztrends.com/resource-2013/story-tracker-app/
 Write or Die: http://bookawards.smallbiztrends.com/resource-2013/write-or-die-app/
 Namecheap: http://www.namecheap.com/
 Visit the Small Business Book Awards site: http://bookawards.smallbiztrends.com/
 nomination form : http://bookawards.smallbiztrends.com/submit-a-business-book/