A funny thing happened to me.Sometime during the last two years, between working full time in PR at InkHouse and raising a family, I became a Mommy blogger. At first it was just a hobby, but I
While I am a "Mommy blogger" of sorts (I am TechCommGeek MOM, after all), I would not call myself a dedicated Mommy blogger, but rather I think of myself as a tech comm blogger who has some parental issues and advice now and then.
Even so, this is an interesting article that is worth reading, even if you are not a Mommy or Daddy blogger. Read some of the recommendations. These could easily be applied to your "baby"–your product or service. There are some worthwhile ideas in here.
Go read this, because your TechCommGeekMom told you to do it.
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