Blogger Central

What mom bloggers are saying about Circle of Moms

The Meat and Potatoes of Life

Lisa Smith Molinari

The Meat and Potatoes of Life

"I was surprised by how many new readers my RoundUp post brought to my blog."

"As a military spouse columnist, I can get pigeonholed as a Mom who only writes for other military moms; however, Circle of Moms has enabled me to reach a wider audience and let non-military moms know that they can also relate to my stories. the best part was being able to see how many readers had clicked on it. Every time I checked back, the number had increased exponentially!"

Carriage Before Marriage

Amy Wruble

Carriage Before Marriage

"Not only did writing for Circle of Moms drive traffic to my blog, but it caught the attention of an editor at The Huffington Post, who offered me the chance to blog there as well."

"Having my posts featured on the RoundUp dramatically increased my exposure. My blog, still relatively new when I entered the Top 25 program, was only receiving a few hundred hits. On Circle of Moms, one of my posts was viewed by over 130,000 readers. Not only did writing for Circle of Moms drive traffic to my blog, but it caught the attention of an editor at The Huffington Post, who offered me the chance to blog there as well - an amazing opportunity that would have never happened without The RoundUp."

Using Our Words

Amy Heinz

Using Our Words

"I heard from multiple corporate contacts that they discovered me through Circle of Moms."

"By being part of the RoundUp, I not only get a lot of traffic to my blog, I get engaged readers. I was surprised how many people trusted Circle of Moms enough to leave the site to visit my personal blog. I also heard from multiple corporate contacts that they discovered me through Circle of Moms. I've found that being on a Top 25 list has had a really positive impact on my relationships with sponsors, event planners, and other publications."

Annie Fox's Blog

Annie Fox

Annie Fox's Blog

"My posts on the RoundUp get so much more visibility than when I post something on my own blog"

"Being featured on the RoundUp is always an honor for me. My posts on the RoundUp get so much more visibility than when I post something on my own blog. Like a difference of thousands of views! It's amazing and very gratifying to see that kind of response."

The Cyclists Wife

Sarah Oliver

The Cyclists Wife

"I loved the opportunity to be challenged in a new way."

"What I liked best about being featured was of course, added traffic. But what's best is having a whole new pool of people to read, comment and get to know. I also enjoyed the opportunity to add to my portfolio of articles and hear feedback on what I have written."

The Domestic Life Stylist

Lisa

The Domestic Life Stylist

"I love being able to reach so many women with just the click of a 'mouse'"

"What surprised me the most was how quickly my article had an impact (based on page views) just over a few days. Actually, in the first 3 months of participating, my article page views were already 10 times as much on the Circle of Moms as compared to another writing portal that I had been using for over 2 years!"

Reverie

Sarah Ann

Reverie

"What I liked most about being featured in the RoundUp was exposure to an entirely new readership."

"What I liked most about being featured in the RoundUp was exposure to an entirely new readership. It was fun to see so many comments on my posts--I don't get that kind of interaction on my blog! Being given another opportunity to reach a new, large audience was a huge plus for me.

Modernista Mama

Melissa

Modernista Mama

"I enjoy blogging for The RoundUp for the increased traffic it brings to my blog."

"What surprised me the most on Round Up was when my blog post was featured, I received over 100 comments.I enjoyed the high number of comments from my readers as well as the over-all increased traffic to my blog."

My So-Called Sensory Life

Laura

My So-Called Sensory Life

"Being a regular blogger and contributor lets me shape content, listen to Moms, and personally connect to readers."

"I’m so proud to be a Circle of Moms blogger because it means I am connected to many Moms and we create a supportive, creative, living community and that is so powerful. I treat my ability to write for Circle of Moms as a serious and important job."

Running for Autism

Kirsten

Running for Autism

"It is great to hear from people who have been in the same place."

"Having my post seen by such a wide audience meant a lot to me. Being an autism mom can, at times, feel very isolating, and this made me feel part of a big community.  I was also pleasantly surprised at the number of Facebook likes and shares. Not only were people reading what I had to say, they were passing it on to others."