Liz at Successful blog (one of top blogs about blogging) gave me the Official SOB award yesterday. <link> I’m really happy to receive this award and this is my first time that I receive an award for my blog.
What is SOB?
SOB stands for Successful and Outstanding Bloggers. This award is for those who are contributing a lot of great resources to the community and their readers. If you want to know more details about this award, you can read this link (What is an SOB? )
How to become an SOB?
The short answer is that you have to do something useful for other people. then, let liz know about your blog and what you contributed for community. That’s all. She will come and visit your blog. Then, she will decide whether she should call you an SOB or not.
Here is what Liz wrote about this in her blog ~
If You Want to Be an SOB
Find a way to start a dialogue about how blogging helps business, or carry the dialogue here back to your own blog. Offer a great feature, post, idea, or an article that will shed new light for the blogosphere. Add an outstanding idea, insight, or spark to the conversation going on at this blog or start one on your own and share what happened here. Contribute something that demonstrates that you think like a Successful and Outstanding Blogger. Find a unique way to “add value” to the conversation going on in the blogosphere to make it grow stronger.
Every SOB is automatically included in the SOB Hall of Fame. Stop in there when you’re looking for a great read.
Can’t wait until I can call you an SOB too.
The following post are the most popular posts of my blog and those are the reason that I become an SOB.
- Silverlight 2.0 – How to design the blog theme with Silverlight
- Consuming ADO.NET Data Service (Astoria) from Silverlight
- OpenSource Silverlight 2.0 Controls and how to use them
- Script# – Is Script# right for you?
Firebug Tutorials ( This tutorial is featured in the most of popular post of del.icio.us and the best links in Smashing Magizine. )
- Firebug Tutorial – Overview of Firebug
- Console tab
- HTML tab
- Script tab
- Net, CSS and DOM
- WordPress.com Vs Blogger.comCheapest Lasix
- Things you should know before using Sitemeter (It has 60 comments and 52 diggs so far.)
- Backup your blog with Outlook 2007
- All screenshots of Google Themes (iGoogle) – Part I
- All screenshots of Google Themes (iGoogle) – Part II
Thanks a lot for giving me this award, Liz.