We hear about “mommy bloggers” and constantly encounter great posts on sites attributed to a “mommy blogger”. What, though, is a mommy blogger? We aim to find out and directly from the source(s). If you are or know of a mommy blogger who
can represent the topic very well we are offering two opportunities. First the opportunity to be published here on our PR3 website by submitting a guest article.
From the list of accepted article authors we will be selecting one person to join us as our special, featured guest on an upcoming show. If you are up to the task or know someone who is please share the link with them. We’ll be publishing articles throughout July and into August so get your submission in quickly so we can verify them and get them published.
According to the website emarketers.com there are currently 4.2 million mom bloggers and an estimated readership of over 19 million people. No matter how you slice it 19 million is a big number.
Mom bloggers spend a great deal of time reviewing products, services and entertainment. If you want to know which butter makes the best toasted cheese you’re more likely to find it on a mommy blogger site than on a cooking site. Likewise which compact fluorescent light-bulb gives the best light for the best price and where to get it.
If you read Rebecca Woolf (girlsgonechild.com), Jenny Lawson (thebloggess.com), Catherine Connors (herbadmother.com), Heather Armstong (dooce.com), or Alice Bradley (finslippy.com) you are reading some of the top mom blogs in the nation. Nation? Nay, world. If you ache to be like them one of the most important things for you is publicity. After that I would recommend publicity and finally round it off with some publicity. Getting a link from a content relevant PR3 site doesn’t hurt – especially as that site becomes a PR4, PR5 and beyond.
Submit your article(s) today. Submit as many as you like and they may all be selected. One lucky submitter will join us live on the air and have her name placed on the Wall of Fame along with the top social media specialists in the world.
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