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Mom Made That! Gives Back, List Your Mom Blogs & More!

Mom Made That!

Effective February 4th, 2009, Mom Made That! is donating 10% of all listing fees to Bloggers Give charities! Learn more here!

We are also creating a mom blog list, click here to tell us about yours. In the next few days, you will also be able to submit a listing for your blog in the same format as a business listing!

Since our launch on December 19th, 2008, the response has been overwhelming. With 60+ businesses on Mom Made That!, traffic is growing daily and more people are learning about us from word of mouth (or email or Twitter). Click here to see who we are currently networking and advertising w...

This is an exciting year for mom businesses, bloggers, and shoppers! I have more plans in the works (and in my head) that I can ever accomplish, but you WILL always see Mom Made That! evolve and grow in some way. It's amazing to hear that businesses are making sales and customers are thrilled with the amazing mom products and services they purchased! Now, with the charity donations in the works, it has reached a whole new layer, which is beyond words for me.

If you have a business, I want to help you grow. Just LIST HERE, email your info and I do the advertising, networking, and formatting.

Please BUY MOM when you can, and you will not be disappointed with the service, product, and friendship you will receive!

You can always email me at mommadethat@gmail.com for help or questions.

Thank you so much for the support of not only me, but all the Mom Made That! moms!

Much Love,
Amy
{Mom Spark}
{Mom Made That!}

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