Blogging Moms To Follow For Successful Blogging

The blogging power hasn’t gone done yet. Some weeks ago we hammered on the value of having blogging fathers. We’re back with blogging mothers. You know how’s done and the value this comes with, and I want you to stay with me.

For some days now a few of the blog posts here have been terribly sick. We’ve been treating some of the blog posts that have injuries at the nearby virtual hospital. The hospital’s name is St. Sick Blog Posts Hospital if you care to take your blog posts there 😀

After the blog post on the value of having a blogging father, it looked like we neglected the importance of mothers in the blogosphere. We didn’t; we already had plans for you too. You need to be celebrated and this will be done today.

I mentioned a few of the blogging mothers in the list of pro bloggers’ blogs to get blogging inspiration. Today, I will be going down with more lists as these bloggers can be seen as blogging moms who have been doing amazing jobs to keep the blogging community grow.

However, before we go over to the purpose of this blog post I will like to recognize a few blogging fathers in the house.

Ryan Biddulph—we appreciate the works you do at Blogging From Paradise.

Ravi Chahar—we love the tips and tutorials you give to Blogging Love.

Prosper Noah—big shouts to you and the Tips On Blogging team.

Philip Verghese Ariel—more strength to what you do at Philip Verghese Ariel’s Jottings.

Emenike Emmanuel of Entrepreneur Business Blog, you are doing an amazing job too. Well done!

Awogor Mathew for the reviews done at Review Net Gato, we say thank you 🙂

Promise Excel, for how far your Maverick Excel blog is helping youngsters become successful entrepreneurs.

You guys are amazing!

As a newbie blogger, when you hear the word bloggers what comes to your mind?

  • The big guys who earn money in dollars or probably in a currency?
  • The huge frogs who never work a day to earn respects?
  • The smart internets gurus who work less and earn huge?

Whoever you think a blogger is, you are correct.

Today, I won’t be ranting about how the female blogger folks engage in hot sex with the male blogger folks. Absolutely, I’ve seen many bloggers who engage in virtual sex. This is something you may never understand if you aren’t a romance blogger.

That sound silly, right? That’s cool. And expect to hear more silly things. For being on this silly blog, you must read silly things written by silly bloggers. Yes, we are silly like that!

It is very obvious that today many newbie bloggers ruin their reputation before their death sentence. People aren’t starting; they aren’t living the life they want. Some bloggers know that they are really depressed and their pocket sucks when it comes to feeding their blogs.

  • If you are a blogging child, you need blogging parents.
  • If you are a blogging child, you need a blogging father.
  • If you a blogging child, you need a blogging mother.
  • If you are a blogging mother or father, you need blogging children.

Having a blogging mother today can be the best thing that can ever happen to you. While there are blogging dads to follow, we have blogging moms you can follow for successful blogging. You need a blogging mom to guide and expose you to the realities of blogging.

Blogging fathers may not have all the time to spend with you, blogging mothers can do that. Blogging fathers are too busy and may never reply to your wants depending on how you ask and what you ask for.

Even when blogging mothers cannot help, they tend to refer you to those who can help. I love blogging mothers, I love blogging fathers. Though some people can assume that I am a blogging father, I am still a blogging child.

Age is not a barrier on who to be called a blogging father or mother. Most of the respect is given to the level of expertise the blogger has. The wins of the blogger and the good relationships built with other bloggers.

Who Is A Blogging Mother

A blogging mother is a female pro blogger who guides a lesser experienced blogger by building trust and modeling positive blogging characters into his or her lifestyle.

Real blogging moms are good because they care. A good blogging mother understands that her role is to be genuine, authentic, engaged, and tuned into the needs of the blogger who has come to acquire more blogging knowledge.

Some blogging moms now do the work of blogging dads because the children bloggers stay close to blogging moms than dads. We all owe our blogging moms a lot — not just because they gave birth to us but because of who we’ve become through their constant training and support.

A still underappreciated fact in blogging is that too many children bloggers are being raised without both the dad and mom blogger. You can succeed without a parent blogger; but then, the success may come slow unlike when you have those to guide you through the hot tracks of failing and succeeding.

Many of today’s young bloggers raised without parent bloggers may be influenced negatively by the success of other bloggers. They are after the money, and that is their priority for blogging. They have a jaundiced eye over virtually everything about blogging and bloggers.

How many young bloggers do you think may succeed following the right path the blogging parents followed? Blogging parent families are more able to provide support technically, emotionally, and knowledge-wise to the children bloggers.

As soon as I became conscious of my online blogging activities I noticed that whether your passion is business, cooking, politics or photography, blogging gives you the opportunity to connect and network with people who share the same passions.

Do you know the reason? Some people’s passions lean toward supporting something. Whether it’s a political, environmental or social cause, a blog is a great way to build awareness and garner support.

Blogs are great for those who do not have time to read a book and want to follow or learn about specific topics. Having a blogging mom that stays home blogging fulltime is a luxury that not many families have nowadays.

Many blogging mothers are single and support their blogging children by themselves. In a short, I will be sharing the benefits of having a blogging mother. You will learn what a blogging mother does for you, and what she doesn’t. I will go ahead to mentions the list of blogging moms you can follow.

Benefits Of Having A Blogging Mother

1. Beep Goodbye To Blogging Injuries

We’ve all been there, running into shits we may never get to fix by ourselves. Today, there are more female tech bloggers who can serve as an ultimate guide to heal your blog injuries.

The moment you run into shits you call them and they help you handle the mess. These are a great smart category of humans who are ever ready to see that you succeed.

There’s nothing wrong with having a blogging mom who handles the mess on your blog, but unknowingly setting rough goals which are putting unnecessary strain on your blog is unhealthy and dangerous.

Having a blogging mom means that you can get round-the-clock support giving you blogging advice whenever you need it. While there are blogging moms who are niche based, professional guidance can help lessen the probability of having blogging injuries significant that may never heal.

2. You Get For Free What Most People Pay For

I’ve serviced the blog of many bloggers for free only because they bought a blogging course I referred them to or attended an event where I was invited to speak on blogging.

Technology has changed the world as we once knew it. We don’t need to meet one-on-one before we agree on something and get the blogging task done.

A blogging mother can give you professional advice and can even serve as a lifetime blogging coach to you based on the relationships you’ve built over time.

If you’re a newbie busy blogger who spends half your time on your blog and never gets anything done, you may consider choosing a blogging mother today—a blogging mom who you can count on for support wherever and whenever you need it.

Trying out a whole lot of stuff on your blog which never works can get you tired and depressed. If you’re one of those people that have too many blogging tasks to handle here are some blogging tasks you need to kick to the curb.

3. You Easily Connect With Other Mom Bloggers

In blogging, a relationship is a big food for the big frogs in the industry. If you want to build the relevant relationships you crave for, you can follow an influential mom blogger that has built relevant relationships. Watch the engagement on their blog, it speaks volume.

Check the comment section of their blog posts and click through to engage with other bloggers. There are too many experts in several niches. Blogging is a community-based endeavor, and building relevant relationships is one reason people engage in it.

Whether you are a newbie blogger or pro blogger blogging to market your business, building relationships will facilitate your blog’s growth. If you choose a blogging mother today, she can help you bond with the experts in your niche. Thus, you have your blogging goals achieved.

What a Blogging Mother Does for You

  • She takes a long-range view of your growth and development as a blogger. She gives relevant pieces of advice where needed.
  • She offers encouragement and cheerleading, but not always “how to” advice. You can learn to feed yourself, not to be fed always.
  • She breaks your eyes to see possibilities in things that seem impossible. With their charming hearts, they possess you to believe in your dreams.
  • She helps you see the destination but does not always give you the detailed map to get to your desired destination. They are powerful like that.

What a Blogging Mother Does Not Do for You

  • She is not always going to tell you how to do things, you may need to research and read. You may as well get to pay to have some of the job done because she has many children to cater for.
  • Mind you, she is not a financial supporter. So, she is not there to support you on your short-term problems though she can teach you on ways to manufacture money.
  • A blogging mother is not a counselor. She is there to direct your wrongs. She may never get to coach you the way you want it.
  • She is not your mate in the blogosphere. The relationship between is private. Give her all the respect she needs.

Mom Blogs To Follow To Become A Successful Blogger

  1. Sue Anne Dunlevie, Successful Blogging
  2. Elna Cain, Twins Mommy
  3. Donna Merrill, Donna Merrill Tribe
  4. Cori Ramos, Not Now Moms Busy
  5. Lorraine Reguly, Wording Well
  6. Janice Wald, Mostly Blogging
  7. Susan Velez, Susan Velez
  8. Harleena Singh, Aha NOW Blog
  9. Marquita Herald, Emotionally Resilient Living
  10. Lisa Sicard, Inspire To Thrive
  11. Chery Schmidt, Success Coach Chery
  12. Ashley Migneault, To The Wild
  13. Suzi Whitford, Start A Mom Blog
  14. Candis Lynn Hidalgo, Smart Mom Blogger
  15. Stephanie, Theese Paper Sites
  16. Candis, Start Mom Blogger

Final Take Away

Even as a young blogger I believe you have a story to tell. We all have stories. Perhaps it’s about how you were able to win the writing competition in your city.

Or, a story about some deadly accident you were able to survive. Whatever it is, a blogging mother can help you organize your thoughts and sell it to your tribe.

The world needs it. The world needs to hear you!

Your Turn

Thank you for reading up till this point. If you are not a member yet you can join our Facebook Community Of Writers where you get to connect with other writers and grow in knowledge.

I believe you enjoyed the posts and was able to learn the benefits of having a blogging mother, and knowing what you should expect of them and not.

Before today do you have a blogging mother? If YES, what are the benefits you’ve enjoyed from having her as a blogging mom?

If NO, I hope that after reading this you can now decide without confusion ongoing for one from the list?

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