Mashable’s 3rd Annual OpenWeb Awards are open for user submitted nominations and votes. Last year, Zoosk won an OpenWeb Award for Best Dating and Romance site. This year, Dating and Romance is no longer a category, so Zoosk is up for overall Best Facebook Application! We’re excited for the opportunity to win this category, so help us out with your nominations and we will love you forever (and ever and ever).
How do you nominate Zoosk for Best Facebook Application? Simply go to the Best Facebook Application nomination landing page. Make sure you are logged into Mashable via your Facebook username and password (to vote, you must log in via Facebook Connect). Once you’re on the nominations landing page, type “Zoosk” into the field for “Best Facebook App”. Then hit “Submit”. You’re done. Beautiful.
Nominate us, and then tell your friends to nominate us. We love you dearly. Please love us back?
Do you ever feel, when you read this blog, go on Zoosk’s Facebook page, or follow our Twitter account, as if you are just interacting with a website — a fractal, abstract thing that exists in coded numbers and sequences beyond your computer screen — rather than a real person? Today, I want to take some time to introduce myself so that you can put a face to a status update, a person to a Tweet, a writer to a blog post. I’m Juliette, your new Zoosk Community Manager! It’s nice to meet you. Hello. Continue reading →
A fellow Zoosker sent us an email a few days again, saying how had some fun with our logo and made it more “web 2.0″-i! So we thought we should share his creation and let you tell us what you think? Do you like our UX architect’s work better or Matt Hooper’s? I personally think it’s awesome that Matt made us this logo. What do you think?