The year's best producers of short* begging content

*140 characters or less, on Twitter

The Shorty Awards honors the year's best content producers on Twitter.

The first annual Shorty Awards Ceremony was held on February 11, 2009. Read what the press had to say about it and watch video from the night. Get news about next year's awards and who to follow on Twitter by joining the email list, subscribing to the blog, or following @ShortyNews on Twitter.

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Top nominees in begging

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chetzyusof

@chetzyusof

Retweeting @shortyawards: @chetzyusof, you were nominated by @Sp0on for a #begging Shorty Award http://bit.ly/Xml7

I nominate @chetzyusof for a Shorty Award in #begging because he begs to help improve the lives of dogs in Muslim countries.

2

breakingnewson

@breakingnewson

I vote for @breakingnewson in the Shorty Awards Finals for #news because they are my source of news headlines!

I vote for @breakingnewson in the Shorty Awards Finals for #news because...It's the fast way to get the breaking news!!!!!

I vote for @breakingnewson in the Shorty Awards Finals for #news because it's where I get my news