Amy Lupold Bair, known for being the creator of Twitter parties and the founder of Resourceful Mommy, recently joined other bloggers and Compassion International on a trip to Tanzania. Read about what the trip meant to her and what social good efforts are in her future. I have only been home for a week and a half, so right now I am just coming out of what I am calling a jet lag fog. With that said, my mind is spinning with ideas ranging from more ways to help fund Compassion International initiatives to wanting to walk away from work entirely and bake and sew all day. Amy, what were your initial feelings when you…
I have been reading and watching Joanne Bamberger’s work for years. Bamberger owns two blogs: her longtime blog, PunditMom.comand her newly launched, collaborative blog,The Broad Side. Always in high demand Bamberger contributes to Politico, iVillage,Babble, and Momocrats.
Tania Luviano is not your average vlogging mom. Luvio is a five time Emmy winner, host of the “Women’s Channel” on Terra.com, freelance reporter for NBC San Diego and contributor for Fox News Latino. She has also previously worked for Telemundo and Univision. Not only a seasoned journalist Luvio is also the busy mother to two children, 4 and 2 and creator of the new site Latina Mom TV.
It is no secret that one of my absolute favorite conferences of the year is Blogalicious Weekend. I love everything about it: the vibe, the community, the friendly bloggers, and the founders!
Have you ever thought about creating your own app? Ciaran Blumenfeld did and then made it happen.
Have you toyed with the idea of becoming a mom vlogger? See how this Chicago mom has taken on the medium.
Talking with Beth Feldman, the owner of RoleMommy.com was one of the most eye-opening interviews I’ve had to date. She truly understands the space and offers key insights and advice to moms who are looking to improve their blog and partner with brands.
Cooper Munroe and her partner, Emily McKhann, of The Motherhood have transformed the way brands partner with mom bloggers. See what they’re doing differently.
Esther Brady Crawford, the founder and brains behind ShePosts.com, is best known for her groundbreaking work as one of the first video bloggers to work for a major brand. As ShePosts gains a significant following, however, Crawford may become better known as the person who turned a constant spotlight on mom bloggers and even made some uncomfortable with this newfound attention.