Mom bloggers share valuable advice on parenting, family balance and running an organized home. Recent researches show that one in three bloggers are moms.
Last week held the annual conference of parent bloggers - Mom 2.0 Summit in Atlanta, USA. It is the most important conference for mom bloggers and for brands who cooporate with them. Continue reading...
Here are some the blog posts about the event written by mom bloggers :
|"Inspiring speakers, informative sessions, engaged sponsors, elegant parties, quality networking — Mom 2.0 Summit 2014 once again offered it all... As professional bloggers, it is critical to get out and network, to learn and grow with each other and make important business connections". Continue reading...|
|"The Mom 2.0 experience was as awesome as ever this year: professionally inspiring and motivating, and a ridiculous amount of fun. When it comes to helping kids make healthy choices, both what we do and what we say matters". Continue reading...|
|"Last weekend, I spent a few days in Atlanta at the Mom 2.0 Summit. I felt pampered. I felt invigorated. I met new friends. I hung out with old".I write this blog with passion. I love marketing. I love branding. I love the nuances of communication. I love teaching others through my courses so they can keep doing their passion". Continue reading...|
|"This past weekend I attended Mom 2.0 and I could not follow some of my cardinal rules. ...Conferences usually offer a form of escapism. Get away from your kids, get away from your job, get away from everything in your life and spend some time with cool people having fun, talking, hugging, and partying". Continue reading...|
|"Beyond the wonderful takeaways business-wise was the realization that things have to change for me in order to survive and thrive here at home, and Dove’s “Beauty Is” campaign was a huge part of realization, too. Everywhere I turned, I saw such smiles and self-assuredness with these amazingly strong women". Continue reading...|
| ||Arriving at the hotel and seeing so many beautiful and familiar (Canadian) faces made it feel not so scary being a newbie amongst the 600 attendees at Mom 2.0. Thank you Annie, Elan, Shannon,Jennifer, and Connie for providing me with a that sense of “home” away from home". Continue reading...|