Expect Fierce Competition in Small Business Book Awards – Voting Now Open

book awardsThe nominations are in. Now it’s time to vote for your favorites in the 2013 Small Business Book Awards. Voting ends March 26, 2013.

Now in their 5th year, the Awards shine a spotlight on books and resources for entrepreneurs, small business owners, CEOs, managers and their staff.

Expect the competition to be fierce. This year there are 10 book categories and for the first time ever the Awards include a non-book category for author resources.   In previous years, almost 100,000 votes were cast.

These are open Web-based Awards.  That means anyone can vote – in other words, YOU can have a say in who wins.  And the Awards are  socially connected, so you can expect to see a lot of discussion on social media such as Twitter and Facebook.

You are allowed to vote once a day, every single day, per nominee.  Vote for as many nominees as you like.

Oh, and the Book Awards website makes a fabulous place to find books to read and author resources.

Meet our Sponsor, Namecheap

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Who: Anyone may vote for their favorite book or resource.  Vote for as many nominees as you wish.

What: 2013 Small Business Book Awards.

When: Voting goes through March 26, 2013. You can vote once a day (every 24 hours).

How:  It’s a one-click vote — no registering!   It is easy  —  less than 10 seconds to vote.

Where: To vote for your favorite book or non-book resource, search the list of nominees.  Or just visit the 2013 Small Business Book Awards website.


Anita Campbell Anita Campbell is the Founder, CEO and Publisher of Small Business Trends and has been following trends in small businesses since 2003. She is the owner of BizSugar, a social media site for small businesses.

4 Reactions
  1. Awesome. Looking forward to finding some great new reading material.

  2. Fierce indeed and a way to acknowledge some amazing content and unsung small business authors.

  3. Martin Lindeskog


    I love your expression: “Oh, and the Book Awards website makes a fabulous place to find books to read and author resources.”

    It is Ab Fab!;) As a “love cat” (Tim Sanders) I look forward to get book tips and at the same time spread the good word about my favorite books.

  4. Awesome; it is going to really exciting to discover new material to consume.