We have been toting around the Haruhonpo Candy Purple Deluxe Travel bag ($125) for the past few weeks and love it. Here’s why.
As frequent travelers we love great bags. We were recently sent a Haruhonpo bag (they’re huge in Asia and are now launching in…Continue
As we grow older it is almost impossible to go without getting scars. Scars can range from pesky stretch marks to burns to acne scars as well as wound scars. While some scars might be small enough to hide and ignore others really need added attention. Most of us try to let wounds heal on their own and hope and pray that the scar won’t appear too bad. This is because there have been little no products on the market that cater to…Continue
Everybody hates being sick – especially in the holiday season. As a mom you just need to take care of so many other things before the rest of the family can enjoy the holiday festivities. But once one family member catches a flu or cold it’s hard to escape the germs and you will most likely end up sick in…Continue
Every year mom bloggers across the country and world create holiday gift guides. Have you created one or do you have one in the works?
Let us know either way and we'll be happy to share it when yours is…
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We are huge proponents of slow and steady wins the race. While garnering a high Google ranking is important for organic search, don’t worry about backlinks too much. Instead, concentrate on creating the most compelling, interesting, and sharable content you can when starting out.
For those of you who may be looking for exact rates to simply plug into your media kit, this post won’t help you only because there are so many factors to weigh first before coming up with precise ad rates such as your monthly page views, unique visitors, reader loyalty, your popularity in…Continue
Leveraging your blog space to earn advertising dollars is a real possibility for mom bloggers, especially those who have cultivated a loyal audience and have a considerable amount of readers each day. As great as the prospect of advertising is, though, there are basic rules to follow in order to properly attract…
We have attended many blogging conferences over the years and inevitably these lessons come up time and time again. Here are the ten lessons we think will serve you well when attending conferences.
1. Pay your own way. Many brands work with bloggers especially during conferences. If you want to enjoy the conference without the pressure of having to work on behalf of a brand, pay your own way. You can cut some of the costs by sharing a hotel room…
Sometimes when we log onto Twitter, Facebook, or Google+ we want to close them down forever and never look back. Like most people social media can be overwhelming and at times nearly annoying when people use it all wrong.
Yes, we do know that social media means different things to different…Continue
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We know many of you here are brand-new to relatively new bloggers and the option of attending a blogging conference may not be on your radar just yet. However, you may begin to want to start planning to attend a local or national blogging conference next year or perhaps the year after that.
We all know there are umpteen tricks to create a successful blog. We can post consistently, comment on other blogs, attend conferences and network, pen compelling content, write well, be creative, trick it out with SEO, become an expert, cross-post on social media and the list goes on and on.
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