So many mom bloggers are in different phases of blogging. Some are brand-new to blogging and consider it a hobby. Other moms have been blogging for years and now consider it a hybrid between a hobby and a job. And some mom bloggers approach their blogs strictly from a business point of view.
What is blogging for you? A job, a hobby, or a combination of both?
Right now a hobby, Its like therapy when I blog! I am able to get out my feeling and oppionions. I do hope for it to become a way to generate income, as well as leading to product testing/reviews. I was recently contacted for my first ever product review and to hold a giveaway. That is soooo exciting I hope more comes my way
It started as a hobby. A creative outlet like so many other things in my life; scrapbooking, photography, painting, collage, decorating etc, etc (mylist is LONG!) but now I have turned a corner and have been accepted as an affilate for some of my favorite businesses. So now when people click on an ad on my site...I GET PAID. And it is starting to help justify the passion (and time) I have put into my site. I love blogging....finally I have the audience I have craved for so many years.
Happy to answer questions from anyone about my site, blogging, advertising etc.....!
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My blog is my way to clear my mind. Get all my thoughts down, save these precious memories of my family and meet some wonderful ladies!! I have a part time job and I'm the mother of 3 active kids. Those are my "jobs".
My blog is all FUN!!
I find it to be a job and a hobby! Moms Most Wanted is a full time job in itself! We are doing giveaways twice a week as well as suprising bloggers with a review of their site once a week. It takes a lot of time to post the Giveaway posts because we like to really highlight to product and the company.
I have neglected my personal blog because I have been so busy with the Giveaway blog BUT helping people is something that I love to do so it is worth it!
It's a hobby for me and my husband...someday I hope it to bring in a profit! But we definately LOVE doin it!!! I also love it because it is a great way to preserve our family's memories throughout the years!!
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