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Marketing tips… from moms in business (and one dad!)

Recently, I invited a few of my Gift Guide members to tell me what’s working for them – by way of self promotion and marketing. Although many small businesses enlist the help of social media marketers, PR folks, etc, they continue to do their own promotions as well. Owning and running a business is a […]

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Who gifted Hilary Duff?

{Why do Mommy Perks and Womentorz offer this service? Read below to find out.} Recently, a few women-owned businesses shipped products off to Hilary Duff and her hubby Mike, to congratulate them on baby #1. Mommy Perks and Womentorz are dedicated to supporting small businesses and it’s our pleasure to help these ladies promote. Feel […]

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May 7, 2011

Who gifted Alyssa Milano?

The following businesses chose to ship gifts to Alyssa Milano, congratulating her as a new mother. The businesses gifted through Celeb Hoopla (a partnership between Womentorz and Mommy Perks). This is a service that some of our clients asked us to provide. It’s an affordable way for them to gain some media buzz while gifting […]

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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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15 Small Business Tips for the Holiday Season

Small Business Tips for the Holiday Season (Tweeted by Shara Lawrence-Weiss on Friday, November 12, 2010) Tip #1: Be sure you don’t put sales over people. Always care about the customer more than the sale. Tip #2: Do you have enough stock? Don’t over-stock, though, and in turn end up with unwanted products filling your […]

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Doing your own PR this holiday season? Advice and tips to help you.

Are you a start-up business? Short on cash? Have you decided to run your own PR this holiday season? Just this week I was chatting with a friend and was informed that their company paid 5K for 3 months of PR services. The company simply sent out some press releases and landed the business a […]

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