We were thrilled to have two great guests up to our swank Upper West Side studio recently for an engaging session about a new website, Launching Mom, designed to help moms who are also entrepreneurs connect and share resources.
With so many women-owned businesses starting up (especially online) and looking for a community and resources, Corine and Heather want Launching Mom to be their go-to place. They joined the Blogging Angels to talk about collaborating, grass roots promotion, and balance.
This week’s links
Heather is a brand ambassador for MomAgenda.com.
Qwips.com started out as a husband-and-wife team, but investors don’t like married couples.
Nancy cites Silicon Valley Moms as a good reason to make sure you have a partnership agreement in place just in case problems arise.
Between the offensive ads and the elephant kerfuffle, GoDaddy.com is a very divisive company in the mom blogging community. Making a rock video out of an elephant hunting trip didn’t help.
Liz Gumbinner made very good points after the Super Bowl as to why David Beckham in his underwear is OK but the GoDaddy.com girls are not.
Rebecca gave her Golden Halo to the new weekly podcast on Slate about grammar, Lexicon Valley.
Nancy gave hers to a new anonymous blog, Snaps to my Wild Hair, which she thinks is written by her friend Alice, but doesn’t know for sure.
And Heather gave a bonus halo to KidzVuz.com, since co-owners Nancy and Rebecca are the very definition of Launching Moms.
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