Congratulations Top Dance Blogs of 2013!

Nearly 3000 votes were counted!

Here are the Top 20 Dance Blogs of 2013:

Top Dance Blog 2013

UnlikelySalsero

Top Dance Blog 2013 – 26% of votes

2. The T.D.O.T. Blog

3. Dancing With Stefanie

4. Rince go Bragh

5. Odette’s Ordeal

6. On My Toes

7. Maria’s Movers

8. Jade Belly Dance

9. Tamara Bally Dance AND

Albany Dance Fitness

11. Dance Commentary

12. 2Pointe Social

13. Ballet Shoes & Bobby Pins

14. Art Intercepts

15. The Healthy Dancer

16. My Son Can Dance AND

Life of a Freelance Dancer

18. Inside Ballet Technique

19. The Dance Training Project

20. Adult Ballerina Project

 

Category Winners

Career Dancer

Tamara Bally Dance

41% of votes

Recreational Dancer

Rince go Bragh

46% of votes

Industry Support

The T.D.O.T. Blog

59% of votes

Teacher Talk

The Unlikely Salsero: Don Baarns

66% of votes

Speaking Dance

Dance Commentary by Heather Desaulniers

56% of votes

Editor’s Choice

This is always a VERY difficult choice.

This year, I led with my heart. DancingWithStefanie.com is positive and uplifting. Stefanie is enthusiastic and dedicated to dance. And, as she blogs about her adventures as the “Biggest Girl In The Ballroom,” her readers learn and share and celebrate dance right along with Stefanie.

I think this photo says it all!

DancingWithStefanie.com - Biggest Girl In The Ballroom

Thanks again to ALL who entered.

I’m happy that such a variety of dance forms and dance blogs were represented this year.

If you haven’t already, visit the list of blogs who participated. I have so many favorites in this list, including those who did not make the Top 20!

Everyone in the contest is a winner just for entering. It takes just as much bravery to blog as it does to enter. These folks put themselves out there every time they hit publish, and they do it in the name of dance!

Give them a cheer with a comment below!

Nichelle (admin)
Nichelle Suzanne began Dance Advantage in 2008, equipped with a passion for movement education and an intuitive sense that a blog could bring dancers together. Nichelle holds a BA in dance and is an instructor with more than 17 years experience. She covers dance performance in the Houston area as a freelance writer and balances daily life as a mom to two young children. In June 2012, Nichelle presented the whats, hows, and whys of blogging on a panel at the annual conference for Dance/USA, the national service organization for professional dance, to better equip artists and companies for engaging their audience and new readers through online communications and content.
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