Oneword Blogger Application

Oneword
A bimonthly event created around one single word! Word suggestions will be submitted, single words to be exact. The top 5 most submitted words will be chosen to be voted upon! The top word to get the most votes will be the word for that current upcoming round! Designers will design products based upon that single word!

Oneword Round Twelve
July 17th - July 31st
Word: Boho

Links
➤Blog: http://onewordsl.blogspot.com/
➤Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/OnewordSL
➤Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/OnewordSL/
➤Flickr Group: http://www.flickr.com/groups/onewordsl/
➤Plurk: http://www.plurk.com/OnewordSL

Requirements
➤You are required to join our inworld group Oneword Designers & Bloggers

➤When blogging items that are exclusive to the event please link to Oneword's location! Nothing more frustrating as a shopper looking for an event item at the designers main store to find out its at a certain event instead! So be sure to let people know who designs it but also where it's at!

➤Post at least 2 posts each round including items from that current round, the more the better! When we say this we mean feature items from the event in at least 2 posts for the round. Meaning you could even blog one item in a post and it would be considered one of your 2. Obviously if you do posts with more items from the round that's even better! People love to see themed blog posts! But however you blog is up to you.

There are rounds 6 times a year in January, March, May, July, September & November. Starting on the 17th of the month for each.

All applications will be reviewed and we'll contact you if you're accepted. Please don't contact us regarding the status of your application.

Any questions or concerns about Oneword please contact MelissaJeanne Flores or Rockstarroo Gossipgirl!
Thanks for your interest and we hope to work with you soon!

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