Nominate a Blog

What we're looking for:

Regator’s editors carefully review posts dating back three to four months to determine whether blogs meet Regator’s strict standards.

Approved blogs are:

  1. Updated regularly
  2. Topical
  3. Well written
  4. Equipped with a working RSS feed
  5. Original
  6. Authorities on their subject matter
  7. Not spammy or primarily promotional
  8. At least four months old
  9. Awesome

For more information, check out our FAQ

Thanks for your interest in nominating a blog for Regator! Please fill out the form below in its entirety to submit your nomination. A Regator editor will review posts dating back three to four months to determine whether the blog meets the criteria for inclusion (see sidebar for more info).

If your nomination is approved: You’ll receive an email letting you know that the blog is available via and Regator for iPhone. If you have indicated that you are affiliated with the blog, the welcome email will also contain instructions on how you can get a Regator badge for your blog and a brief FAQ that we provide to all newly approved bloggers.

If your nomination is rejected: Unfortunately, due to the high volume of nominations, we can no longer respond to all rejected nominations. We know this is a bit of a bummer and we thank you for your understanding. Rest assured, time that would’ve been spent responding to thousands of rejected nominees will instead be spent making the site and apps even better for you and our other users.

All fields are required. Omissions will disqualify your nomination.
Blog Name
Blog URL
RSS or Atom Feed Address
Your Name
Your Email
Are you affiliated with this blog?
Does this blog primarily promote a product or service?
Is this blog's content featured on any other blogs?
How often is this blog updated?
Brief description of blog
(1000 characters max)
Why should your blog be on Regator?
(1000 characters max)
What Regator topic would this blog be most suitable in?
By clicking submit, I understand that my nomination may not be approved for Regator, and I'll try my best not to get mad if it doesn't, because I know the Regator editorial team are nice people who are just doing their jobs. I also understand that I'll only hear from Regator if my blog IS approved.
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