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Eating cake… DoFollow / NoFollow

*Update on July 2, 2012 : Why do so many small business owners dislike reviews and giveaways now? ### Okay. As promised I’m eating cake (Rick is at the store buying some now as I don’t have time to bake!) after a long and healthy discussion on the blog related to DoFollow and NoFollow links. […]

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How to turn a crap situation around…in one fun-filled Q & A format.

Here’s how the story begins… {it gets really, really good so keep reading!} A while back, I had a PR firm pitch my book business to a home school print magazine. The editor agreed to review a book. She sent me to a mom, of four children, and I was told to create the book […]

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Should you accept that PR Pitch?

The following post was written as a guest article for The Knit Wit blog. I am posting here, also, for my own clients and readers… Should you accept that PR Pitch? Does your head spin when reading Online about the varying opinions from bloggers and mom bloggers, related to PR pitches? Why do some bloggers […]

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Reliable Bloggers: Our first list is ready to go!

Are you a business owner, looking for bloggers to review your products or host your giveaways? Numerous other sites offer lists so having a list is nothing special. I know that. What makes our list different is: It’s free Every single blogger joined on their own accord: NO ONE was added without permission We are […]

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A positive spin on social media PR

With so many negative articles circulating about “how totally rotten PR people are,” have you ever wondered about the qualities of a great PR person, team or firm? After having worked with PR firms myself, and now offering PR for my own clients, I can offer you a few insights. Not all PR people are […]

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Is Mommy Perks a mom blog…or PR? (Let’s clear this up)

I’ve found myself becoming very frustrated over the months, based on the emails and inquiries I receive. Yesterday, I wrote a post that touched on some of those issues. Someone tweeted me: “It’s hard to know which blogs are editorial/journalistic and which are only writing about paid sponsors.” Fair enough – good point! Let’s clear […]

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