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Monthly Archives: October 2010

Yes, You ARE A Mommyblogger. And That’s (More Than) OK.

A recent AdWeek article (hat tip: Mir) cites a study done by eMarketer that defined mommybloggers (for the purposes of defining ad verticals, that is) as “adult female Internet users with children under 18 in the household who write blogs about any subject at least monthly.” The total number of “mommybloggers” by this definition — […]

5 Tips Other Blogging Conferences Should Take From BlogWorld Expo, Plus 3 Areas In Which I Am Hoping To See Some Improvement Next Year

I spent the past few days at BlogWorld and New Media Expo 2010 in Las Vegas, a blogging conference that is billed as the largest social media conference in the world. (Disclosure: I was given a full access conference pass (value: $1195) and airfare from Los Angeles to Las Vegas (value of about $300) in […]

Quotations That Refuse To Stay In Vegas, No Matter How Much You Wish They Would

“I cannot believe nobody has heard of me here.” — Mommyblogger to unnamed vendor. Q: “How are you?” Answer: “Drrrrunk.” — Miss Britt. “Leta refuses to be a part of the website.” [Yes that Leta.] “She’s not an A-lister. Nobody gets to be an A-lister until I say they are an A-lister.” — [This was […]