Welcome Ladies and Gentlemen! It’s an election year in the good old United States and we’re all being submitted to the abuse of political adds left and right, Trump here and Hillary there! So I thought we should take a minute to do some political activities in support of our favorite Drone Blogs! Welcome to our 2016 poll for the best drone blogs!
Take a minute to check the box next to your best drone blogs, you can choose up to FOUR blogs to vote for. The votes will be tallied on April 30th, 2016 so you have a little over 30 days to mobilize your friends and family and get them here to vote for your favorite blogs!
The top 20 blogs at the end of the voting period will be featured in an extensive post describing each blog, who runs it, their history, what they do etc. We will link to their homepage and a few of their top blog posts and hopefully spread the word about the most popular drone blogs in 2016!
I will be pretty upset if Dronethusiast doesn’t make the top 20, however, since we’re hosting the blog we will exempt ourselves from taking one of the top 20 spots so there’s no unfairness since we’re hosting the competition!
Each drone blog is listed alphabetically, if you’re having trouble locating your favorite simply push ctrl + F and type in the blogs title and you should find it quickly, email me if you think I’m missing any blogs and I’ll try to add them to the list!
Take a Minute To Vote, and share this poll on facebook with all your friends or promote this on your own blog you have 1 month to get as many voters here as you can!
Thanks for voting, we welcome you to take a look around at some of our other posts. We recently went over the top drone flight simulator software and we published a giant post on FPV systems! Sign up for our email list and share this poll on facebook or email it to your friends to get them to vote! We want to see a huge turn out so we can really see who’s the most popular drone blogger out there in 2016!
Justin is a certified Drone Enthusiast with several years experience piloting as many UAV aircraft as he can get his hands on. While shooting footage as a hobby has now become more of a full time job, Justin still enjoys the peaceful feeling of getting a birds eye view while hiking or on vacation with his family. Reach out to Justin by using the Dronethusiast Contact Page or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.