9 Mom blogs to follow and make money online in 2019
I’m a dad and I’m happily going to show you some interesting mom blogs to follow in 2019.
These are mom blogs I recently came across and most of them are killing it on Pinterest. Some of them are powered and run by stay-at-home mom bloggers who make $5000+ a month blogging.
If you are a mom, you can make it online like these great friends. They blog and teach other moms how to blog and make money from home.
They have powerful courses to teach everyone (mom or not) how to succeed online. So be sure to check out their blogs, courses and follow them on their different social media platforms.
Parenting and raising children is an interesting exercise for mommies. Many stay at home moms are looking for some online business to make money at home.
One of the things a work at home mom should do to have a fun family is to step into blogosphere and create a mommy blog.
A personal blog allows you to share your experience raising children and teaching your readers the how-tos of parenthood.
As a stay at home dad or mon, you have absolutely no stoppage building a successful home business. You may want to create a personal blog, lifestyle blog, personal blog, family blog, parenting blog, sharing parenting articles and generating income in the activity.
You actually don’t need to be a supermom to be a successful mom blogger. I have seen single moms doing exceptionally well with their blogs, sharing parenting tips while taking care of house chores. This goes a long way to inspire readers.
Working mom or Stay at home mom or babysitter ?
I know being a mother or motherhood isn’t easy but it’s a blessing.
Whether you are a working mother, stay at home or nanny, single mom, busy mom, etc, you can setup a mom blog, write about things that teach and encourage other mothers and generate income for yourself.
Your blog could make you an influencer and open the door to becoming a contributor on many other popular blogs and platforms.
With all honesty, you should carefully read these mom blogs I have mentioned, search the net for more, follow and practice what you learn from them.
9 Mom blogs to follow in 2019 and beyond
NB: There is no specific order listing these blogs.
1 – Twinsmommy.com of Elna Cane
This is one of the mom blogs I read often. Elna is a freelance writer and mom blogger who teaches moms how to succeed online as bloggers and moms.
With lots of success examples and helpful courses, you won’t be wrong following her this year, buying her course and subscriber to her list.
In one of her latest blog posts, she teaches you how to make money blogging with a proven plan
2 – Sweetandsimplelife.com of Cate Rosales
Cate Rosales is one of the mom bloggers I came to know in the month of December 2018. I have been reading her blog, following her on Pinterest and Facebook.
I’m also an active member in her Facebook group where she helps bloggers create a successful online business.
Like other successful mom bloggers, Cate has a blogging course that teaches you how to start, grow, and monetize a blog. In December of 2018, Cate published an interesting case study article how she made over $2,000 from her blog in one week
3 – Shemeansblogging.com of Arfa Nazeer
Arfa is a mom blogger who means blogging. She helps new bloggers start a successful blogging journey to experience the beauty of a dot com lifestyle.
Arfa teaches her readers how to blog, how to make money, how to be a freelance writer, etc. On a random blog post on her blog, she published an interesting piece about 7 Best Converting Places To Grow Your Email List
4 – Momsmakecents.com of McKinzie Bean
McKinzie is a Pinterest gem who cannot go unnoticed.
She can help you start a profitable blog, grow on Pinterest and make money at home. In her words, she “started Moms Make Cents in June of 2016 to help teach moms how to build profitable blogs and businesses so they could have the freedom to stay home with their kiddos”
If you are a mom who wants to make money staying at home, you should be following McKinzie daily. And one of the things I’d recommend is her course here to help you pull traffic from Pinterest.
Are you a blogger with a smartphone in your hands? Checkout her post here on 12 blogging tasks you can do on your smartphone.
5 – Findingbalance.mom of Lily Ugbaja
Some mom bloggers (and dad bloggers too) often find it so hard to make money with their new blogs. This is where this mom blogger comes in to teach you steps to make money blogging in your first month.
Lily help moms simplify, speedify and automate blogging so they can happily stay home with their kids while still providing great value to the world.
6 – Mommyfinance.com of Melanie Legaspi
Melanie is the mom blogger who is on her journey to blogging success and she tells her story along while teaching her readers how to succeed online.
Mommyfinance.com features content on blogging, social media, money, family, traveling, etc. This is one of the blogs to follow and read this year if you want to learn from someone who is willing to show you all she does on her way.
As this mom blogger rightly said, the key to blogging success and freedom is consistency and not giving up.
7 – Mommyonpurpose.com of Carly the Mommy
Carly’s mommyonpurpose.com is one of the mom blogs to follow if you want to copy the steps of and learn from a successful mommy blogger.
Beside teaching you to create a blog, drive traffic from Google and Pinterest and make money staying at home as a mom, this blogs features content on Pregnancy, breastfeeding, labor and birth, etc
Do you want tips on understanding and raising your kids? What about your life at home and managing your finance?
This mom blog to follow generates over $10,000 monthly for Carly and that’s a reason to follow it:
Carly the mommy has a Pinteresting course for manual pinning. As a matter of fact, I bought her course on the 27th of November 2018 and that has greatly helped my Pinterest growth.
NB: If you want to drive traffic from Pinterest, buy her training here
8 – Beautifuldawndesigns.net of Tiffany Griffin
This list won’t be complete without Tiffany’s blog.
On the blog, she provides resources to help you grow your blog, make money online and live your best life through creativity and inspiration.
If you want to make money with Affiliate Marketing, I encourage you check out this post by Tiffany on 15 affiliate marketing programs for bloggers.
9 – Bloggingherway.com of Dale
Dale’s blog is one of the mom blogs to follow and learn how to earn an income from blogging and other online business ventures.
The blog features articles on make money, Pinterest tricks and growth, email marketing, etc and Dale’s course on how to make money on Pinterest is something I recommend you check out.
Other mom blogs to follow
There are many other mom bloggers worth following out there. If you are active on Pinterest, you are going to soon find them.
In my blogging journey, I have highly enjoyed the company of many mommy bloggers. These include:
- Donna Merrill of donnamerrilltribe.com,
- Lisa Sicard of inspiretothrive.com,
- Janice Wald of mostlyblogging.com,
- Joy Healey of joyhealey.com,
- Ileane Smith of basicblogtips.com,
- Monna ellithorpe of monnaellithorpe.com,
- Lesly Federici of leslyfederici.net,
- Jane sheeba of besthostinganddesign.com,
- Lorraine Reguly of wordingwell.com
- Harleena Singh of aha-now.com,
I have a long list really, and one of the things I hate is to write down the names of my friends. The reason is that I often forget some of them and I feel hurt.
Go and ahead and read these mom blogs to follow this year. A lot to learn from them. Follow the moms on social media, buy their courses, signup to their lists for great content and thank yourself.
Challengers of mum bloggers
It’s not easy to become a successful momma blogger. There are many challenges, beginning with learning to blog, investing some money into blogging tools, looking after toddlers at preschool age and creating content, dealing with tantrums, etc.
For many, postpartum blogging is absolutely not possible. This lead to business slowing down and income dropping.
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