As you know, Mom bloggers club has its own toolbar on mommybar that can be turned "on" by clicking the + button on the far left of mommybar. For those of you that have been using it, please give me some feedback on features you like, features you dont, and if there are things you would like on the new toolbar. Thanks!
Well, I love the toolbar! That being said, I do think there needs to be some sort of "application" process with the blogs. Now this is just a suggestion.....I think that you should go through the blogs, browse their site & content, and decide if they are "worthy" enough to be on the toolbar. That may sound harsh but if you just add anyone and all, the chances of getting poor quality blogs or even spammy blogs on there increase.
I'm not saying anyone's blog is like that on there either...I haven't had a chance to even look through them, I'm just merely stating my opinion about it;)
There is a submission process for Mommybar. I do screen all the blogs to make sure there is no spamming, etc. It is not a free for all, and I am very proud of that. But thanks for the suggestions!
I do appreciate the inquiry and am so happy that you are enjoying the mommybar. i am currently working on a rating/points system so that the best blogs and bloggers are showcased on mommybar. i will keep you updated on this!
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