Top 100 Language Lovers Competition: 2014 Results

Top 100 Language Lovers of 2014

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The Top 100 Language Lovers Competition for 2014 has ended…

Here’s a huge THANK YOU from me, to everyone who voted this year. I also want to thank guest writers Hugh Leong and Tod Daniels, who balance out the articles on WLT (sorely needed).

I also want to thank the teams at and Lexiophiles who put together the competition. As it’s a huge job I’m sure they worked crazy hours until it was final.

This year the Top Language Lovers Competition received over 1,200 nominations and more than 55,000 votes.

There were only 200 winning places to fill: 100 Language Lovers, 25 Language Blogs, 25 Professional blogs, 25 Facebook pages, 25 twitter accounts, and 25 YouTube accounts.

Adam Bradshaw came 3rd in the Top 25 Language Youtube Channels and 35th in the Top 100 Language Lovers section. Well deserved Adam!


Kruu Wee Teach Thai (first time in the competition) came 17th in the Top 25 Language Youtube Channels section. Again, well done!

Both Adam Bradshaw and Kruu Wee are popular on the hopping Farang Can Learn Thai Facebook Group. See you there?

Women Learn Thai came 17th place in the Top 25 Language Learning Blogs and 83rd place in the Top 100 Language Lovers. Coming 83rd is a kick in the butt for me to do better next year so get ready for some action.

11 thoughts on “Top 100 Language Lovers Competition: 2014 Results”

  1. Lindsay, I linked you in the post (advice from people who inspire me) but I’ll wait to quote you. I only intended to write a short post to introduce the quest, but as usual, it grew!

  2. Lindsay, great to hear:) I’ve already put your tip to change locations for different languages in place. Italian is now upstairs (and I’m getting a lot of exercise running up and down!)

  3. Thanks Catherine! 🙂 Glad you like my blog!
    Sorry you had problems with the comments – I’m currently in the process of updating my commenting system so should be easier soon. 🙂

  4. Lindsay, I went to leave a comment on your website but the choices are limited (there’s no way to sign in with my website url). Your post, “Learning Multiple Languages Simultaneously” has wonderful tips and will come in handy when I take on Italian (finally). Thanks!


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