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November 23, 2011

Black Friday specials from Mommy Perks partners

Although many folks hope to shop Black Friday deals to get near-free purchases, that’s not often possible with Small Businesses. Small Businesses run on a small profit margin to begin with and most often, their discount codes swallow up what profit would have been made. The women below have offered deals, nonetheless, in order to […]

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Klout, Klout Perks, Influence and…why you should NOT modify your personality

The first time I received an email, asking me to join Klout, I hadn’t a clue what it was all about. The name itself implied that the people there had klout/influence of some kind so I jumped over to check it out. Are we being graded? I felt like I was back in school again. […]

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June 22, 2011

Summer perks from Mommy Perks Peeps

Who doesn’t enjoy a good summer value, eh? Here are a few to browse through! Click each link or screenshot in order to take advantage of the deal. Lil Wildflower {$12 hand made summer bows – on sale for $8. If the bows are sold out, feel free to email Tyia to ask about additional […]

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May 27, 2011

Memorial Day weekend sales (from Mommy Perks Partners)

Here are a few great offers from Mommy Perks Partners: Freckles Crafts : Free shipping. Enter MEMORIAL at checkout. Ends at midnight on Monday, May 30th. Stella & Dot : 20-70% off select best sellers. Enter MEMDAY at checkout. May 26-30th. After that time, all products return to regular price. The Boy’s Store : Free […]

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April 23, 2011

Perks Directory listing sale: Mother’s Day special (ends May 8, 2011)

Last year, I ran one Perks Directory listing sale. I feel that the rate of $85 for an entire year is already very low, considering how much time/energy I put into this website and business. That said, I know that everyone loves a sale. We all like to know we’re getting a terrific deal so…for […]

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The slippery slope of eNewsletter lists

As Mommy Perks has grown, I seem to have been added to more…and more…and MORE…eNewsletter lists. Lists that I never, consciously, joined. Sure – sometimes we do join lists and then forget. For me, however, it’s pretty clear to remember that I haven’t joined any random lists, other than my own clients, for about a […]

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