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Vote Now for the winner of our Tip-Top Tables gallery challenge!
Note: Voting has closed for this gallery contest.
With less than 24-hours to go before we announce the winner of our recent Tip-Top Tables gallery challenge, time is running out to cast your vote. Make yourself heard and help select the winner before the warning bell rings.
Right now, it’s looking like a tight race, but anything could happen between today and tomorrow.
Vote for the winner of the Tip-Top Tables gallery challenge
Here's where it stands now, less than 24-hours before the end of voting. A tight race, indeed!
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Voting for this contest is no different than for any other. Voting is done by the community. on the "Vote for Our Next Contest Winner" blog post, where the poll appears. See this page:
The poll was originally located in the area where it now reads "Voting is now closed." Once voting ends, the poll disappears.
"Thumbs-ups" have nothing to do with voting, rather, they're simply an internet widget used on most sites these days to indicate popular content.
The voting poll was prominently placed on our homepage for a rotator (the large images you see at the top of the homepage when you go to finewoodworking.com) and was heavily promoted via the FW eLetter which goes to 300K subscribers, facebook, twitter, and the blog rollup.
As I said earlier - voting is done by the community, not Fine Woodworking, not Taunton. The numbers are gathered and tallied by a third party in the interest of fairness.
Hope this answers your questions. If you have any more - don't be shy! I'm usually lurking around here somewhere.
I just saw your response , but still not clear on how votes are calculated????
I'm also curious about the voting???? The Zen Breakfast Table had the most thumbs up when the voting closed? What happened?
Voting is done by the community and is limited on vote per IP address. "Thumbs-up" have no impact on voting.
I do not understand how voting is done. The Zen Breakfast Table has the most thumbs up but is way down on your voting list. Would you care to explain?
Hi furniture_artist: Those are the stats as of the posting time of this blog. I never published percentages or stats previous to this blog post so I'm not sure what numbers you are referring to.
I don't think the "standings" graph is current or accurate, the percentages have not changed since yesterday....why show something misleading?
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