I am a mom and a blogger so I guess I fall into the mommy blogger category. I would add that for great SEO, bloggers need to be consistent and that is something I struggle with as a VERY BUSY mom! Working two jobs, 3 girls and practices for all the things make it hard to write everything I would like.
Also, just want to give a shout out to my three fave bloggers out there. Jen Hatmaker and Glennon Doyle Melton are so so great. I feel like they would be my best friend if I knew them personally. They have a great voice and huge following. Also, my sister’s blog Simply Necessary is a great resource for homeschooling ideas and tips as well as super awesome photography shots.
The average blogger is a married woman in her 30’s with at least one child. She’s most likely environmentally-conscious and may even have more influence than your average radio station. Some 14 percent of all moms contribute to or read blogs and 89 percent of those have children between the ages of 2 and 11. Around 4,500 of these women are so serious about their blog, they attend conferences annually. But just because a Mommy blogger represents certain demographics, her readers are often a great deal more diverse. Forward-thinking corporations worldwide know that “Mommy blogs” are more than just a platform for sharing photos of cute kids, they’re among the top driving forces behind most purchase decisions in the US.
Some Mommy blogs can get real national reach. In fact, some Mommy blogs are read more extensively and frequently than the daily newspaper. While the term Mommy Blogger may sound…
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