My name is Abbey and I run livingmyMoMent.com. I'm very excited to get some more exposure for my website though you ladies. What my website primarily does is provide FREE advertising to all MoM owned businesses and MoMblogs. I also blog about my life as a MoM, give daily MoMtips, do MoMgiveaways, and MoMreviews .
LivingmyMoMent has only been up and running since the middle of April and we offer many different options to advertise your businesses or blog so check out this link to see if what we have suits you: MoMadvertising So if you would like more exposure for your business, I would love to add you to my site.
I am a Navy wife and SAHM to a 21 month old daughter and I created a blog about my thoughts and struggles in these roles and things going on in my life. I have gotten great feedback on my blog that many people seem to be able to relate to it. I would love to be featured to be able to reach more people in encouragement :) http://reflectionsofanavywife.blogspot.com/
Hi Alaina, I would love to list your blog for you! Just got our List Your Blog and I will get it up for you! Also, just to let you know I will be hosting a Summer Blog Tour where you can follow other blogs. And you could always comment on their blogs to get more followers for yours! Just some ideas to get you noticed!
Thank you so much Abbey! You are a gem! I will definitely look into that summer blog tour. When is that starting? I am always looking for new blogs to follow. I only follow blogs I intend to read on a regular basis. I love meeting other moms who I can relate to :) Let me know your website too where this is all happening. I will look into it :)
Thanks again :)
Good morning Abbey.
I am a relatively new blogger and I am also working to promote my business of health and wellness products.
I would love the chance to be able to work with you to promote each others ventures.
My blog is:
My business website (which I am working to currently update) is http://trishb.myopportunity.net
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