Top 100 Language Learning Blogs 2015: Vote for Talk in French Now! - Talk in French
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Top 100 Language Learning Blogs 2015: Vote for Talk in French Now!

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Hey there! Bonjour!

Every year, Lexiophiles.com and bab.la host a contest for the top language blogs in language learning. And guess what? Talk in French is once again nominated under the category “Language Learning Blogs”. Last year I landed at the #6 spot (thank you once again to those who voted – you’re truly epic).  I’d like to make it in the top 10 again this year. With your help.

Having said that, I hope you could take less than 10 seconds of your time to vote for Talk in French HERE. The voting period began last May 26 and would continue until June 14th, 23:59 pm CET. Winners will then be announced on June 17th.

Vote the Top 100 Language Learning Blogs 2015

If what I’m doing in this site has helped you in any way, please head over to the voting page, scroll down to where you could find Talk in French, and then hit the VOTE button. The nominees are listed alphabetically, so please make sure to select the correct row.

There are no major rewards awaiting the winners of this contest, but knowing that my readers care enough to vote, and seeing my site rank among the best language blogs in the world – well, nothing would make me happier. That is perhaps the best kind of inspiration for me to work tirelessly in producing more helpful content.

To recap, here are the steps:

  1.      Go to this link.
  2.      Scroll down to Talk in French.
  3.      Click the vote button.
  4.      Share to friends! 🙂

It’s that simple, no logins or email addresses required. You can vote while sitting at home watching TV, commuting to work, eating a pizza, or better yet, you can stop everything you’re doing right now and just go to the voting page immediately. Merci!
Vote the Top 100 Language Learning Blogs 2015

About the Author Frederic Bibard

Frederic Bibard is the founder of Talk in French, a company that helps french learners to practice and improve their french. Macaron addict. Jacques Audiard fan. You can contact him on Twitter and Google +

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