How Social Media Has Impacted Me: Angela!

Happy worldwide Social Media Day! Today Mission Hot Mama is devoting all blogs to help #ImpactMamas. We’re asking mothers one question… How has Social Media impacted you? This is to spread awareness for SeeYourImpact.org and inspire other mothers to get online and feel the impact that we can have on each other. Here’s how you can help.

Angela says: I must admit that in the beginning I was a skeptic when it came to Social Media but now that I understand its value, I take daily trips to the island of Facebook and the Twittersphere!

For a “work at home” mom to be, Social Media is my arm to the outside world. It allows me to build relationships with other moms, sharing in our laughs, struggles and fabulous finds! I love that I can connect to my favorite brands and get real time feedback. When my Kitchen Aid Mixer broke I just sent them a Tweet and within minutes I knew where in my hometown to get it fixed and roughly how much it would cost. Amazing!

Also, as parents we always want to stay up to date on product recalls. The CPSC (Consumer Product Safety Commission) puts out daily updates on Twitter on the latest safety concerns for our kids. No more hunting for info, it comes directly to me! I love that!

But when it comes down to it Social Media is all about building better relationships and opening doors of communication. As a busy Mom I find this priceless! Being able to build authentic relationships with other women that I may have otherwise never met is remarkable! So count me in, I am a Social Media Mama forever! (READ MORE...)

- Angela @SwankyMom  

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