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You dont have to be a ‘business savvy’ mom, to benefit from Social Media

2 Comments 14 October 2010

soccermom You dont have to be a business savvy mom, to benefit from Social MediaWe know the financial opportunities and potential that mom’s can find in social media. The self-employed or the stay-at-home mom can both benefit daily through so many social media resources. We can develop and promote our small business, or we can share advice on health and family resources. Social media is not just for the business savvy moms, or the expecting parents to share sonogram photos.

Moms who are active in their communities and usually end up single handedly tackling every family function, flawlessly. We definitely need to support these women. Moms who more than willingly, show up and participate in every neighborhood function, even when they don’t have the time. Moms able to convince the importance of community involvement to their children who in turn, well, at least show up to these functions. Social media can lend an extra hand to you as well.

Websites like and; are amazing online networking websites that do more than just keep your whole network of friends, updated on every aspect of your life. While websites like, inform stay at home moms of financial opportunities in social media. They’re not targeting the group of mothers who are employed or who are looking to utilize the internet for well, other motherly reasons. is a social networking site that allows you to connect with other moms. Here you can exchange recipes, share advice and photos. You even have the option to keep an online journal. How cute is this? You can even search baby names.

Aiden and Ella were rated best baby names for 2010 by is a website with an interactive community. Within this community you can view online forums and blog entries that relate to pregnancy, parenting, and community updates. Another way to stay active in your community is to join social media sites such as This site allows you to focus on any specific town, so it keeps it pretty simple when it comes to organizing and staying informed on local news. You have the ability to interact with thousands of local people as well as announce upcoming events and school functions.

Personal Blogs and online journals are also good avenues for sharing and receiving raw, more personal content that is directed towards certain audiences.

Facebook, alone is a multi-functional social media tool. Curling ribbon and licking envelopes that cost you a fortune because you absolutely had to have the most appropriate style, can be fun. If, you have the time and money. If you are like the other “hard working, time deprived, but still ready to take on the world” moms, then upload the best photo of your child that you have, to create an event. Type in the necessary details and forward a facebook invitation to all of your child’s friend’s parents. You can plan and discuss details much easier this way. Or if you must collect addresses and mail invitations, be sure to include a phone number so your guests can RSVP.

Promote a community fundraiser, connect with others in your area, or stay updated on the latest parenting trend. Social media is making this easier for moms. Not only can online networking make your job easier, you can lend a hand to other moms like yourself. Active, creative family-oriented moms, rejoice and relax. Social media is now becoming the new common household tool, and it’s right at your fingertips.

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  1. mercedes casen says:

    What do you know about being a mom? you are not one.


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