Thanks to a recent conversation with some of my colleagues, I created this video about the uniqueness of being a Black Mom Blogger with a culturally diverse audience. Be sure to watch the whole video AND I’d love for you to comment below!
- Atlanta Mom Blogger
- Georgia Mom Blogger
- Food Allergy Mom Blogger – See my review of Mabel’s Labels Allergy Alerts:
- Married Mom Blogger
- Preschool Mom Blogger
- Potty Training Mom Blogger
- Breastfeeding Mom Blogger
- Disney/Disney Junior Mom Blogger – Watch my review of the Doc Mobile Experience in Atlanta:
- Boy Mom Blogger
- Southern Mom Blogger
- Twitter Party Blogger
- Social Media Blogger
- Brand Ambassador
- Spokesperson Mom Blogger
- Content Creator Blogger
- Work at Home/Stay at Home Mom Blogger
- Video Blogger
- Media Mom Blogger
- Web Host Blogger
- Product Review Blogger
- Giveaway Blogger
- Travel Mom Blogger
- Automobile Review Blogger – Watch my review of the 2013 Kia Soul:
- Child with Glasses Mom Blogger
- Only Child Mom Blogger
- Fitness Mom Blogger
- 40-something Mom Blogger
- Mid-life Mom Blogger
- E-book/Author Mom Blogger – My e-book, Use What You Know: A Business Idea Guide for Moms, features interviews with successful mompreneurs.
To my non-Black readers, does my race & topics I blog about make a difference to you?
To my blogging buddies, what’s your blogging niche and do you make it clear on your site?
When it comes to paid opportunities for me, brand ambassadorships and spokesperson gigs I’m going to be clear that I am a Black Mom Blogger who has a diverse audience of moms to want to read/watch the topics and product reviews I create.
See a list of more Influential African American Mom Bloggers created by Brandi Riley from Mama Knows It All.
Diversity has been a priority for me and inspired my career in TV news. When I pursed my Master’s Degree in Journalism from the University of Missouri-Columbia, I created a minority source list so that local TV news reporters could use diverse sources in daily news coverage. My professor and mentor, Lillian Dunlap, Ph.D continues to work with major corporations and universities to promote diversity.
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— Joyce Brewer (@MommyTalkShow) April 7, 2014
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Here’s how to get featured on my show and here’s a link to the Mommy Talk Show media kit (February 2014).