The CMS Critic Awards are back, and it's time again to nominate your favorite CMS, Grav.
Grav walked away with the award for Best Open Source CMS last year. It also received additional nominations for Best Blogging Software and Best CMS for Education. We want to keep the momentum going in 2017 and beyond, and we need your help to do so!
Your nomination ensures that Grav receives spots on the voting card this year. The CMS Critic Awards are a great opportunity for us to get the word out about Grav. This means more users, which encourages developers and other third parties to create new and interesting ways to take Grav even further.
With our success last year, we have seen a explosion of new developers creating plugins and other useful tools that the Grav community has benefited from. With its continued growth comes more plugins, themes, and other incredible opportunities to get more out of Grav.
Simply put; it helps us introduce Grav to more people, including third-party plugin developers, theme designers, and other folks that can help bring more value to the platform and its users.
The CMS Critic Awards is an incredible honor to be a part of, and we are thankful for having received the award for Best Open Source CMS last year.
How you can help
All you need to do to help us out is visit CMSCritic.com and nominate Grav in one or more categories that you feel we deserve to be in the running for.
Here are some categories we would be a great fit for:
- Best Flat File CMS
- Best Open Source CMS
Be sure to just use Grav for the name to nominate. You can also submit multiple nomination forms to nominate Grav for multiple categories.
Like any new CMS, Grav depends greatly on its community to help spread the word about it, so more people can experience it and find out why Grav is a great choice for their next project.
Please take a moment to let your voice be heard by heading over to CMSCritic.com and nominating Grav. It only takes a minute.
As always, thank you very much for being a part of the Grav community. Together, we can change the CMS world.