Tatt Awards finalists

Kikay Runner is a Tatt Awards 2012 finalist!

Hey runners!

Over the two years I’ve had this blog KikayRunner.com, its Facebook page, and my Twitter account, I’ve been able to share in the running community’s journey and growth. Thanks to your support and readership, I am a finalist at the Tatt Awards 2012!

The Tatt Awards recognizes the best of social media and the Internet. With 10 categories this year, the Tatt Awards is a search for those who made a remarkable impact on the local social media landscape.

It’s an honor to be a finalist in the GAME CHANGER category among other sports bloggers, namely the Philippine Dragon Boat Federation, Chappy Callanta, Jinoe Gavan (of Takbo.ph!), and Michael Eijansantos.

Tatt Awards finalists

Tatt Awards Game Changers (photo by Que Gavan)


There’s still one more stage to go before the winner is crowned. While votes from the judges on the Tatt Council count for 70% of the total score, 10% is determined by votes. So from June 13 to 20, please vote for me on the Tatt Awards website, www.tattawards.com under the Game Changer category. You may vote once per hour by logging in with your Facebook, Twitter, or Google + accounts.

Your vote is very much appreciated! Thanks!

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About Noelle De Guzman

Noelle De Guzman is a freelance writer and recreational athlete with over 12 years of experience in wellness and endurance sport. She believes sport and an active healthy lifestyle changes lives.

4 thoughts on “Kikay Runner is a Tatt Awards 2012 finalist!

  1. 30% na yung online voting? I thought 10%?

    “Game Changer: Hello, sports fans! Even athletes, sports instructors or sports journalists. Anyone who has the knack for sports is eligible—as long as you talk mostly about sports in any social media platform you have. The channel can be about any sport or all of them! It can even be an instructional blog about the activity or just a commentary about games. If your content knocks out all the others, then you are the champ!
    Detailed main criteria are as follows:
    a.) Tatt Council scores – 70%

    Score is composed of the following criteria:
    1.) Content quality – 40%
    2.) Social media impact – 15%
    3.) Relevance of content to the specific category – 15%

    b.) Online Engagement and Influence (number of: Fans, Followers, Subscribers, Views, etc.) – 20%

    c.) Public Voting – 10%”

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