It’s DADuary and you just have to meet Dad of Divas!
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It’s January and we’re starting off the year with a celebration of Dadhood and I’d like you to meet Christopher Lewis better knows as “Dad of Divas”. Over the course of the entire month I will be introducing you to a few of the amazing dads I’ve met. Meet Chris, aka Dad of Divas. Chris

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It’s DADuary Celebration. Meet the GayNYCDad!
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Mitch Chaitin and I keep running into each other at various blogger events and each and every time I seem to have some kind of drama with my children and need to run home. I’m beginning to think there’s something that happens to the air around us when we are in the same space. In

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It’s a DADuary Celebration. Meet Jeff Bogle of “Out With The Kids” (OWTK)
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“I grew up in the northern ‘burbs of Philadelphia, in a very comfortable and stable middle class family, yet decided to leave that and live in semi-squalor inside the city as a 20-year old. There I ran a small indie rock record label and rung up a disgusting amount of credit card debt. But, it

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Tis the season of social giving.
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Is this the year of social giving? According to the Network for Good, social giving in Q1 2011 increased year over year by 48% – and that was before the holidays. Blackbaud, a nonprofit software company, released a study with the following findings: • 50% of donations happened because a friend asked them • Those

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Monaco Media Forum 2011
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I had the pleasure of speaking on a panel at the Monaco Media Forum this year in Monte Carlo. It was a wonderful event that hosted some of the most brilliant minds in media, technology and advertising. Here is the video from my panel on the role of social in media. You can see more

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Meet Kimberley Blaine, the GoToMom, and her inner Mompreneur Mojo.
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Finding Your Mompreneur Mojo: You Can Have the Family AND the Job of Your Dreams Kimberley Clayton Blaine, MA, MFT Founder www.MommytoMommy.TV The world, I believe, is there for every mom’s taking right now. You just have to know how to go out there and take it… I’m sure once you became a mom you

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Hear to this: 93% of Moms spend 1 to 5 hours listening to podcasts.
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Yes, it’s true. According to Maria Bailey, 93% of Moms spend 1 to 5 hours listening to podcasts. I bet you don’t even have podcasts in your marketing mix. But moms like podcasts. And it makes sense if you think about how much time Moms spend in cars driving kids to events, grocery shopping, running

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A “recycled” article: 17 things I’ve learned from talking to moms.
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I recently read one of Chris Brogan’s blog posts about recycling your own words. I thought this was a terrific suggestion and went to look back through all of the articles I’ve written. I highly recommend you take Chris up on his suggestion. First, if you’re like me, you’ll be surprised at how much you’ve

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Meet Kelly Loubet and “Everyday Childhood”.
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My favorite part about writing Mom-entum is I meet interesting people along the way like Kelly Loubet. Kelly hails from Arizona and writes a blog called “Everyday Childhood.” Join her on  Tuesdays for articles on twins. Join on Fridays and it’s the Dads turn to talk. You can also follow Kelly on twitter here.

Part 2: Kelly Loubet–”Moms own the purse strings.”
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Meet Kelly Loubet of Everyday Childhood. She believes some bloggers are being oversaturated with products from brands. Kelly alsol thinks live events are the key to getting your brand in front of moms from a local community perspective. You can read more of Kelly’s thoughts on her blog EverydayChildhood.com and follow her on twitter here.

Kelly Loubet gives advice for Mom-trepeneurs.
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Kelly Loubet of Everyday Childhood talks about authenticity and being true to yourself as the keys to success for building your brand online. Kelly is a mom of two and lives in Arizona. You can read more of Kelly’s thoughts at everydaychildhood.com and you can follow her on twitter here.

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