Industry News You Can Use: How “The Dress” Went Viral


Here’s a look at a couple of topics that set online communities abuzz this week.

What #TheDress means for BuzzFeed’s ad revenue

Last week, the social media world was divided on the colors of “#TheDress.” Was it black and blue, or white and gold? No matter which colors you saw, one thing is certain: “The Dress” speaks volumes about BuzzFeed’s ability to make content go viral.

The post, which took only five minutes to create, earned 28 million views in 24 hours (more than 37 million views to date) and the hashtag #TheDress trended at number one on Twitter in the U.S. As more brands and advertisers look to replicate that kind of ubiquity, could BuzzFeed’s content plus distribution model be the key to unlocking such success?

Gian LaVecchia, managing partner, digital content marketing at MEC says, “It’s simply the latest example of how BuzzFeed owns, sustains, propagates the viral distribution game. They have clearly and consistently perfected the art (creative plus content) and scientific precision (algorithmic distribution) of this space and basically owned the internet for hours.”

Screen Shot 2015-03-02 at 4.48.04 PM

(Image courtesy of BuzzFeed)

How the latest Pinterest monetization rules affect influencers

Recently, Pinterest eliminated the use of affiliate links in pins, causing much dismay among Pinterest influencers who frequently work with brands and agencies to create content. This once-lucrative business model for influencers is in jeopardy on Pinterest, since compensation from affiliate links has often relied on traffic driven to a brand’s website from an influencer’s pin. According to Pinterest’s data, approximately two-thirds of pins on Pinterest are related to brands.

Pinterest claims that their decision to ban affiliate links was because they were “becoming spammy and hindering user experience on the site,” and the social media powerhouse has no plans to replace affiliate links with its own system.

Tell us you feel about the new Pinterest rules and what it means for influencers.

Simple Ways to Give Back with Champions for Kids: #SnacksForStudents


Are you looking for simple ways to give back to your local community? Have you been seeking out ways to give local kids the resources they need to thrive?

Look no further than Champions for Kids (CFK), a national non-profit organization that has partnered with participating Walmart stores to allow you to make donations that always stay local. A few weeks ago, CFK launched its Snacks for Students program, the first of several campaigns to roll out nationally, with the goal of providing resources to more than 10 million children in 2015.

Over the past few weeks, The Motherhood has worked closely with an outstanding group of bloggers, including Pragmatic Mom, Just Jilly and Midwest Mamas, to help share the news about Snacks for Students. Each of these civic-minded bloggers has connected an organization in her community with a local Walmart store, helping the organization sign up as a “Community Champion” – and in turn, making each organization the official beneficiary of all future Champions for Kids programs at that local store.

Champions for Kids joined forces with General Mills, Kellogg’s, Emerald and Kettle Chips to make it simple for communities to provide basic resources–in this case, snacks for students–through in-store donations.

The Motherhood got in on the fun and philanthropy and connected three organizations local to our Pittsburgh headquarters with nearby Walmart stores, including:

  • Encompass Point, a non-profit child care center committed to providing low-cost, high quality care to teens. (Stores #1882 & #1770 in Butler, PA & Cranberry Twp., PA)
  • Girls Hope of Pittsburgh, a non-profit that helps academically capable and motivated children in need to meet their full potential and become “women for others” by providing value-centered, family-like homes, opportunities and education through college. (Store #4643 in Baden, PA)
  • Volunteers of America — All of us Care, a non-profit program aimed at preventing crime and substance abuse by providing positive activities for children and at-risk youth. (Store #5339 in Fox Chapel, PA)

In addition, Champions for Kids, General Mills, Kellogg’s, Emerald and Kettle Chips will provide 13 awards, totaling $45,000, to school districts and participating youth-based organizations based on the total number of donated items collected in each store, as reported by Community Champions.

Learn more about future Champions for Kids programs and how you can participate through a local store by following @Champions4Kids!

Best Children’s Books: The Motherhood’s Picks

Today is Read Across America Day (also known as Dr. Seuss Day), and there’s no better way to celebrate than by sitting down with your kids to crack open a new book – or by perusing an old favorite together.

Over the years, The Motherhood team has worked with a number of clients on campaigns that encourage reading, including one for the kid-friendly VTech V.Reader and – most recently – a charitable initiative called “Fuel for School” with Champions for Kids to facilitate local book drives for children in need.

We all love a good book, and we know that often, an appreciation for reading develops during childhood, when kids find their favorite stories.

To inspire ideas for your family, The Motherhood has compiled a list of our personal must-haves for any child’s bookshelf. Feel free to share your own in the comments!


1. Stone Soup, by Marcia Brown (Favorite of Brittnee Hammonds)

Stone Soup

Winner of a Caldecott Medal, Stone Soup is a folk story that tells the tale of how cooperation can lead to bigger and better things (in this case, a big pot of tasty soup), as a group of travelers bring together the entire town to put together a pot of soup, one ingredient at a time. The beauty of it? It all starts with just water and a stone, hence, “Stone Soup.” It’s one of my favorites because it’s a story I read with my dad over and over again, and we’ve actually made “stone soup” a time or two because of the story. 

2. The Day the Crayons Quit, by Drew Daywalt (Suggested by Erin Olson)


While it’s not an old classic, The Day the Crayons Quit is a funny, creative story that parents and kids alike will enjoy reading together. I read it as an adult when I visited a kids’ bookstore with my best friend – she sought it out, pulled it off the shelf and told me it was one of her nephew’s favorites (and one of her favorites to read to him). After just a few pages, I could see why.

3. Pat the Bunny, by Dorothy Kunhardt (Favorite of Brittney Coburn’s family)

Emmy reading pat

I love Pat the Bunny! We started reading to our daughter when she was a newborn, and I couldn’t wait to introduce her to one of my favorites. She’s becoming so curious and interactive and loves to feel the fuzzy fabric, play peek-a-boo and smell the flowers. As a child, I often snuck in some extra reading time with a flashlight after bedtime, and I hope to nurture that same love of books for her!

4. Where the Sidewalk Ends, by Shel Silverstein (Favorite of Serena Mounts)


I was a big bookworm as a kid, and I remember being so intrigued by the format of this book when I first read it: a series of short (but complete!) stories and poems. It was so different than anything I’d read before, and I never, ever grew tired of reading it. The poems were diverse, silly, imaginative and witty and I loved the simple but bold black-and-white drawings that accompanied some of them. I haven’t read through it since I was a child, but I’d love to introduce it to my niece and nephew who are just around the age I was when I first read it.

5. Tacky the Penguin, by Helen Lester (Favorite of Sarah O’Rourke)


I loved this book because it’s so fun, lighthearted and always made me laugh, but it also taught me an important life lesson – it’s okay to be different and unique, and you should always accept others for who they are!

6. Meet Kirsten! and other American Girl books (Favorites of Nicole Paladin)


My favorite books to read growing up were from the American Girl book series! I collected as many of the Girls’ series as I could, and I even saved up my own money (which was a lot for an eight-year-old) to buy the Kirsten doll and accessories. Every American Girl book series started with a book titled, “Meet [doll's name]“, and I was so inspired by them, I even wrote by own “book” about my life and titled it “Meet Nicole!”

7. 10 Minutes Till Bedtime (Favorite of Cooper Munroe’s family)

10 Minutes Till Bedtime

A child, along with pet hamsters (and the pet hamsters’ many hamster friends) have an epic adventure tour of the house after the “10 minute warning” countdown to bedtime. There are many hidden, fun hamster antics to discover in the illustrations, and reading the book always got my kids giggling. There’s even a website for the Hamster Tour.

8. Love You Forever, by Robert Munsch (Favorite of Kayla Geahry)

love you forever

It’s an incredibly sweet book that my mom used to read me all the time, illustrating the amazing bond between a mother and her child. It tugs on the heartstrings whether you’re the kid or the parent.

9.  On the Day You Were Born, by Debra Frasier (Favorite of Emily McKhann’s family)

Screen Shot 2015-02-25 at 1.09.47 PM







A dear friend gave me this book on the day my first child was born. After nursing my new baby in the hospital, I read On The Day You Were Born aloud to her, and when I reached the last page with the words, “And as they held you close and whispered in your open, curving ear, ‘We’re so glad you’ve come!,’” I burst into tears.  It was just so beautiful. My girls now know all the words and love it too, and to this day, Debra Frasier’s poetry takes my breath away.

Finally, of course, no child’s bookshelf is complete without a few of the many whimsical and wonderful stories by Dr. Seuss himself. Check out classics such as Green Eggs and Ham, The Cat in the Hat or One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish, Blue Fish.

Happy reading!

How to Monetize Your Blog


At The Motherhood, we have the pleasure of working with some of the most savvy, hard-working and successful bloggers out there. If you’ve ever wanted to follow in their footsteps and create a profitable way to promote your passion, read on for some tips on how to monetize your blog.

Find Your Footing

No matter what you blog about – recipes, parenting, bodybuilding, your kids’ artwork or anything in between – make a commitment to create quality content on a regular basis. We’d recommend at least three blog posts a week. The more you publish, the more you’ll appear in online searches, and the faster you’ll build a solid reader base. You don’t have to have millions of monthly visitors to successfully monetize your blog. While a strong following is important, many marketers are looking for niche influencers who resonate with a loyal audience.

Blog for Brands

If you’re interested in working with reputable brands but aren’t sure where to start, consider working with a blogger network (like The Motherhood!) to bridge that gap. Much like a headhunter matches ideal candidates with their dream jobs, we cultivate opportunities for target-right online influencers to help brands reach their marketing goals.

Compensation depends on the specific opportunity, and can include a cash stipend or goods in exchange for your honest opinions. If you’re interested in joining our network, tell us more about yourself here!


You’re likely familiar with this popular revenue model! While certain blog creation sites, such as WordPress, have specific policies on this type of advertising, several bloggers use banner space to run advertisements on their pages.

There are three main types of online ads:

  1. Pay-per-click: Each time someone clicks on the ad from your site, the advertiser pays you.  
  2. Pay-per-impression or cost-per-impression: You’re paid each time an ad receives 1,000 impressions (the number of times the ad is seen or displayed) from your blog.
  3. Pay-per-action: Just like it sounds – and similar to affiliate links described below – you’re compensated each time someone clicks and completes a required action from the ad on your blog.

Google AdSense is an easy way to get started with on-site advertising. Once you apply and your site is approved, ad networks determine the most relevant ads for your readers.

Become an Affiliate

Affiliate links work like commission. Once you include an affiliate link on your blog and a reader clicks on it and takes a required action (for instance, purchasing a specific product or signing up for an email list), you’ll earn a percentage of that profit.

We recommend incorporating affiliate links that align with the content you post. That way, you can combine your editorial opinion with products or services you personally trust, which your readers will appreciate!

A quick online search for “affiliate programs” or “affiliate networks” will yield several options that might appeal to you; Amazon and Apple are just a few brands that offer affiliate programs.

Keep it Real and Play By The Rules

Just like with any business, there are certain rules and regulations when it comes to monetizing your blog.

The best way to maintain the integrity of your blog is to disclose your participation in any and all promotions and endorsements. Not only is proper disclosure required by the Federal Trade Commission, maintaining transparency will help boost your reputability with readers and brands.

As our friends at More Than Mommies explain: “Did you know that if a company pays you more than $600 in a tax period they will need to send you a tax form so that you can claim your earnings with the IRS?” Read their post for even more helpful tips and rules to keep in mind!

Have you dabbled in any or all of these options to monetize your blog? Tell us your experiences in the comments below!

Featured image courtesy of Flickr Creative Commons user Tracy Olson

Dad 2.0 Summit Recap: Our Top 5 Takeaways

Screen Shot 2015-02-24 at 9.58.06 AM

Based on what we saw and heard last week at Dad 2.0 Summit, 2015 is shaping up to be a watershed year for dads. Whether bloggers, activists or “regular guys,” there has been a steady shift in perception about what it means to be a “real man” taking on the role of dad. (Just think back to how many brands stepped up and portrayed men as emotionally involved parents in their Super Bowl commercials this year.)

Both attendance and sponsorships at Dad 2.0 Summit increased significantly between 2014 and 2015, a recognition on both sides that dads have the microphone and are ready to speak their piece, many of them from their blog and social platforms.

What might they say? Here are The Motherhood’s top five takeaways:

1. Let’s bring perception in line with reality. As Dr. Michael Kimmel, a professor and sociologist specializing in gender studies, noted during his opening keynote:

Screen Shot 2015-02-23 at 12.51.40 PM

The implication is that a masculine man can’t also be an engaged parent, equal partner and a good dad, sharing housework and child-rearing responsibilities. Kimmel made the point that men need to support other men in equating the concept of “good man” – and good dad/partner – with “real man.”

2. We have a voice, and we want to be included in the conversation. More and more brands are acknowledging dads as involved parents, and advertisers and marketers are starting to reach out to them in their own right. Some, like Similac’s popular viral video – which did a beautiful job of incorporating dads until ending with the tagline, “The Sisterhood of Motherhood” - come close but fall just short with dads.

Sponsors at Dad 2.0, including title sponsor Dove Men + Care, along with Kia, Lego, Lee Jeans and others, made a big splash with dad-centric programming, messaging and giveaways.

Screen Shot 2015-02-23 at 12.50.41 PM

The Motherhood’s Erin Olson with Trey of Daddy Mojo in the Lee Jeans suite.

3. Dads can make a real difference. Their presence as equal partners and parents impacts families, women, kids and men themselves in significant and positive ways, according to Men Care, a global fatherhood campaign represented by speaker Andrew Levack of Promundo at the conference.

Screen Shot 2015-02-24 at 8.53.26 AM


Dad 2.0 Summit co-founder Doug French summed it up when he said, “The people who change diapers change the world.”

4. We’d like opportunities to be present at key moments – and then some – in our families’ lives. Paternity leave was a hot topic at Dad 2.0. According to keynote speaker Michael Kimmel, the U.S. is one of only four countries in the world that doesn’t offer paid paternity leave. With mainstream society recognizing that dads are “more than breadwinners who drink scotch and play golf,” as speaker and columnist Stephen Marche put it, dads are looking for a more formalized acknowledgement of their increased roles in their kids’ lives.

Marche noted that it’s not just about being there for the big milestones and fun moments, either, but about being part of daily household life, from making pancakes to vacuuming to watching Toy Story with your kids 43 times:

Screen Shot 2015-02-23 at 12.52.30 PM

5. Partnership is key – in marriage, raising kids, business and blogging! At The Motherhood, we work with plenty of women whose significant others have made their own footprint in the online world. Whether they have independent sites or write in partnership on the same blog, equity (perceived fairness) in the division of responsibilities with housework, career and kids will contribute to happiness and success. We love that formula.

Screen Shot 2015-02-23 at 12.51.22 PM

Erin with Staci of 7 on a Shoestring and Heather of It’s a Lovely Life. Staci was on hand to support her husband, Colby, who blogs at Days of a Domestic Dad.

We look forward to seeing what else 2015 has in store for dads!

Feeling Spread Thin: Is Social Media Contributing to Burnout Among Bloggers?

Feeling Spread Thin

When blogging first began taking hold in the early to mid-2000s, social media was almost nonexistent and smartphones were far from reaching critical mass. At that time, blogging took place at home, in front of a computer (no posting on-the-go), and the amazing exchanges between bloggers and readers came via comments on the post. There wasn’t a 140-character tweet, Facebook like, repin or share. In a way, those were the pure and simple days of blogging.

With the number of social networking sites in the dozens, we now have more opportunities to connect than ever before. Beyond the “big four” of social media, it seems like there’s always another “next big platform” cropping up – and many of us feel pressure to maintain a presence everywhere.

Is the need to keep up with this rapidly growing, ever-changing social media landscape taking a toll on bloggers who make it their business to regularly and actively participate online? Instead of making us feel more connected, is the pressure to be at the top of the social media game leading to disconnect IRL (“in real life”) and contributing to blogger burnout? With the number of New Year’s Resolutions to “unplug” more often and vows to simplify, we’d wager that the answer for many may be “yes.”

At The Motherhood, we deeply respect and appreciate the role of professional bloggers. Perhaps what we value most is the honest, genuine glimpses into bloggers’ lives, families and homes. That authentic slice of life brings rich meaning and value to what bloggers do. It translates to being a trusted resource, an advocate for important issues, a valued go-to for so many readers. It’s what encourages many other bloggers to create and share personal, meaningful stories and thoughts, and it’s what inspires action from bloggers’ communities.

It’s important to protect that passion and drive. The Motherhood has some tips to help ease the social media strain if you’re feeling spread too thin:

1. Remember what fuels your fire. 

Can you think back to when you first began blogging? As Cooper and Emily recall from their days as some of the first and only women bloggers, they wrote primarily for themselves on topics they felt closely resonated with other moms. They loved sharing real-world advice and getting ideas from other moms for practical solutions for everyday problems.

As your growing sphere of influence opens doors for professional collaborations, we’re huge advocates of remembering what kinds of posts you most love to write and seeking out or creating those opportunities yourself.

We love Just Jilly’s idea of “old school blogging, just chatting about life.” These kind of throwback posts, which are not meant to be shared with every social media outlet under the sun, can be energizing and help you remember what motivates you as a blogger, and your readers will sense that enthusiasm.

2. Don’t be afraid to say “no.”

For parents, spare time is often hard to come by. While one of the great aspects of blogging is that it can be done from nearly anywhere, any time of day, the fact of the matter is that we don’t want to miss spending moments with loved ones and enjoying life. Therefore, as you consider taking on a partnership, ask yourself a few questions:

  • Is this a product, service or cause that fits with the focus of my blog and do I believe in it? 
  • How will my readers benefit from this information?
  • Do the program requirements and associated deadlines work with my schedule?

You don’t have to say yes to every invitation that comes your way. Declining an opportunity that doesn’t work for you for any reason means you can reserve your energy for something else that speaks to you.

A prompt “no thank you” to the person issuing the invitation, possibly with a short explanation about why the program isn’t the best fit for you, often will keep you top of mind when another opportunity comes up.

3. Recognize that you don’t have to be all things to all people. 

What is your favorite social media platform and why? Maybe you love the fast pace of Twitter and find yourself thinking in 140-character bytes. Or maybe you have an eye for framing up the perfect photo and love the double-taps you get on Instagram. If you love collecting and curating beautiful imagery, Pinterest might be your passion.

If your burnout stems from feeling like you have to be too many places at once, optimize your time based on your interests! Give yourself permission to become a specialist, not a generalist. Focus on one or two platforms that mean the most to you – whether that’s what you personally enjoy or what generates the most blog traffic, or a combination of these. When you dedicate the majority of your energy on what drives you, your community there will grow organically and the rest will fall into place.

Featured image courtesy of Flickr Creative Commons user Ervins Strauhmanis.

Blogger Spotlight Series: Lee, My Sentiment ExactLee

Blogger Spotlight Graphic

We’re thrilled to introduce our very first Blogger Spotlight as part of a monthly series we’ll be featuring throughout the year.

Each month, The Motherhood team nominates and selects one of the amazing bloggers from our network to be profiled in a custom-designed graphic that is shared with the entire network, including The Motherhood’s social network, blogger friends and clients.

Nominations are based on outstanding relationships and stellar program results, and the Spotlight Series gives The Motherhood a chance to recognize just a few of the many accomplished professionals we get to work with each and every day.

To kick off the series, we introduce Lee of My Sentiment ExactLee! Read about her below, and give her a shout-out at @TheExactLee.

Lee Allport_Blogger Spotlight_FINAL

Bloggers Offer Advice on a New-Mom Must-Have: VTech’s Safe&Sound® Pan & Tilt Full Color Video Baby Monitor


Some exciting news from The Motherhood’s Brittnee Hammonds:

I’m so happy to share that The Motherhood team is growing … by ten little fingers and ten little toes!  We’ll be adding a boy to the mix when my husband and I welcome our first baby this summer. We’re so thrilled and can’t wait to meet our sweet little one in just a few months!

As a planner by nature, I began researching infant gear almost right away. As probably any first-time mom can attest, the options seem endless, and it’s difficult to know what is a must-have, a nice-to-have and what isn’t really necessary. However, one item that I knew without a doubt would be at the top of our list is a video monitor. Having the ability to see our baby anytime I want seems like an invaluable tool for my peace of mind!

When I began researching various models and comparing their features, I initially felt overwhelmed. I’ve found that there’s really no better way to narrow down the options than by turning to fellow moms for advice! As part of The Motherhood’s program with VTech, I sought the opinions of some trusted moms in our network to get their take on the VTech Safe&Sound® Pan & Tilt Full Color Video Baby Monitor:

“It is an excellent monitor because it is: powerful, functional and clear. I was very impressed with the picture quality on the receiver. Having the ability to see both in color as well as see at night has been a great asset for us as we keep an eye on the twins as they sleep and grow. You get a ton of value from this receiver because it is a high quality product that is very competitive as far as cost is concerned. Having such a clear picture and image has been critical to us in the use of our monitor.”
Melissa, A Sparkle of Genius

“The VTech Safe&Sound® Pan & Tilt Full Color Video Baby Monitor camera pans up to 270 degrees side-to-side and tilts as many as 124 degrees up and down. It also allows you to zoom in up to 2x to get a closer look at your little one which, as some of you probably know, is a much appreciated feature sometimes!”
Courtney, Sweet Tooth, Sweet Life

“Since we mainly use it at night what’s most important to me is the camera’s ‘night vision’ … I could easily see where Mason was at all times.”
Christa, Little Us

“[You can] turn the volume up really loud so you can hear them breathing. If you haven’t had a baby yet, you will be amazed how often you listen to make sure they are breathing. Stressful, but better if you can do it from another room and not risk waking a sleeping baby.”
Emily, Random Recycling

“No worries about the video of your little one—this VTech video monitor is equipped with digital transmission that’s encrypted, ensuring video and audio transmission is always private and secure.”
Emily, Baby Dickey

“One of my favorite things about the VTech Safe&Sound is that it’s sturdy. While I won’t really being trying to test this feature out, the whole parent unit really felt like it could take some rough handling from some little boys that seem to think it’s a toy!”
Danielle, Happenings of the Harper Household

“You can set the unit to alert you if the room hits a minimum or a maximum temperature as well as sound alerts, low battery and disconnection alerts. The unit can be set to vibrate as well. It also has a 1,000 foot range to reach all over your house.”
Meghan, JaMonkey

“Setting this system up was easier than setting my cell phone!”
Rita, Rita Reviews


The amazing pan/tilt/zoom feature, automatic night vision and high-resolution display on the parent unit have me sold! I feel great about the VTech Safe&Sound® Pan & Tilt Full Color Video Baby Monitor because it’s an item that will grow with us, allowing us to add additional handsets when the time is right.

Everyone tells me that those early months go by in the blink of an eye, so I love knowing that I don’t have to miss a moment of it. If you have any advice on motherhood or your favorite baby must-haves, I’d love to hear it!

(Featured image courtesy of Flickr Creative Commons user William Arthur Fine Stationery.)


The Motherhood is at Dad 2.0 Summit this week!

Screen Shot 2015-02-18 at 9.31.39 AM

Photo Credit:

Tomorrow and Friday, The Motherhood will be at the (sold-out!) Dad 2.0 Summit in San Francisco, CA. We’re looking forward to the conference, which focuses on the influence of dads online, and will share some of our key learnings on the blog next week.

DOVE MEN+CARE is the Summit’s title sponsor for the third year in a row; you might recall their #RealStrength Super Bowl ad from this year. Dad-centric ads – or “dadvertising” - have made a big splash recently, and we’re eager to learn what those attending and speaking at Dad 2.0 have to say about the shift in how dads are being portrayed in media. We’re seeing a more positive representation and recognition of dads who are emotionally involved with their kids.

Here are a few stats we found particularly interesting that are relevant to many of Dad 2.0 Summit’s speaker topics:

  • The number of stay-at-home fathers doubled from 1.1 million in 1989 to 2.2 million in 2010.
  • Mothers make up the majority of stay-at-home parents. But today, one in five fathers are the primary caregiver of preschool-aged children when the mother is employed.
  • A Boston College survey found that more than 50 percent of fathers surveyed would take on the role of primary caregiver and leave their jobs if their spouse made enough money to live comfortably.
  • The same Boston College survey found that, for dads, work caused more conflicts with family life than family life caused conflict with work.
  • According to the Academy of Management Perspectives, dads who spend time with their children on a typical day are more satisfied with their jobs and less likely to want to leave their positions.
  • 75 percent of new dads without access to paid leave take less than a week off from work after the birth of a newborn child.

The Motherhood’s Erin Olson will be representing us this week at Dad 2.0, so if you’re planning on being there, let her know on Twitter: @eolson426! On behalf of The Motherhood, Erin would love to connect with you.

If you’re a blogger (dad, mom or otherwise!) and want to connect with brands and organizations, join our network here.

Chat with us in February!


February promises to be a month full of exciting and informative chats! Take a look at this month’s Twitter parties, listed below, to get all the details you need to join the fun conversations. We hope to tweet with you soon! 

#BigDay #Tomorrow (two hashtags to use together)

Tuesday, Feb. 10 @ 12 p.m. ET 

The Motherhood is teaming up with Kellogg’s to host a Twitter party on Feb. 10 to discuss the importance of preparing for tomorrow the night before. We’ll be joined by special guest Dr. Travis Stork, host of award-winning talk show The Doctors, who will share some simple tips on setting up families to reach the potential of tomorrow, starting with a cereal and milk breakfast, which can be the foundation of a balanced breakfast and provides protein and grains. Join the conversation to win prizes and learn how you can prepare for tomorrow!

Prizes! Five prizes will be awarded to randomly selected participants who answer the trivia questions (limited to U.S. participants only). Each prize package includes Kellogg’s cereals (Frosted Mini-Wheats, Special K and Raisin Bran), a $50 Amazon gift card, Tony the Tiger spoon set and Kellogg’s character plastic bowl. Click here for specific rules.


Wednesday, Feb. 18 @ 1 p.m. ET 

Whether you’re enjoying your infant’s sweet little smiles or admiring your toddler’s growing independence, we know you never want to miss a moment with your children. Thankfully, VTech’s Safe&Sound® Pan & Tilt Full Color Video Baby Monitor has you covered. With features like remote pan, tilt and zoom to scan your child’s room, automatic night vision and digital transmission that’s private and secure, you can be sure you know exactly what’s happening with your little one during naptime or playtime! Join this Twitter party to learn more about this amazing product and to chat about general baby and child safety tips!

Prizes: Five nursery safety baskets featuring VTech Safe&Sound® Pan & Tilt Full Color Video Baby Monitors will be given away to randomly selected participants who answer the trivia questions correctly. Prizes limited to U.S. participants only.


Thursday, Feb. 19 @ 2 p.m. ET 

We’d love to hear about your experiences, passions, and preferences for managing a blog and working with brands during a 30-minute Twitter Chat! Invite your friends to join this special chat and also share their experiences working with brands as online influencers. We want your perspective and hope you’ll weigh in!

Prizes: We’ll be giving away three $50 Visa gift cards to randomly selected participants who participate in the chat. Prizes limited to U.S. participants only.

Page 2 of 4612345...102030...Last »