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KludgyMom is PR friendly!
 
KludgyMom has an active and ever-growing readership via Facebook, Twitter, RSS feeds, email subscriptions and Google Friend Connect.  I have sponsorship, advertising, review/giveaway and other opportunities available. To request my media kit, email me at kludgymom@gmail.com.
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I also blog for hire as well as do freelance writing, consulting and social media work. I enjoyed a successful corporate career in Internet marketing prior to starting this blog. If you need someone to maintain your blog for your small business or product, and/or keep your social media activities up to date – drop me a line at

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Average Girl September 9, 2010 at 4:13 pm

Love the new look of your site…welcoming and professional! And, I was perusing some of your blogging event posts — great info. Wish I could participate fully, but I will be checking in to learn all I can.

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kludgymom September 9, 2010 at 5:38 pm

Happy to have you in whatever capacity you can participate, Average Girl!

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Martine | Work at Home Mom Writer April 2, 2012 at 3:07 am

Hi, Gigi. A lot of mom-owned or mom-centric brands in my country are asking me about managing their Facebook pages and blogs. Do you offer any kind of training for mom bloggers like me, who are looking to do social media for other mom biz owners?

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kludgymom April 2, 2012 at 2:00 pm

I have never thought about it, but you’ve given me an idea :)

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Martine | Work at Home Mom Writer April 2, 2012 at 6:35 pm

Awesome. Well, I could use your help. Haha. I emailed you, by the way — thanks!

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Kim Scott February 19, 2013 at 4:20 pm

Hi Gigi,
I tried email you but it was returned stating the email was not valid. I hope the offer is still good.
I would love to get a copy of your media kit as well as gain some info on media blogging, Internet marketing, etc. I am starting a small business of offering mobile spa parties to girls aimed at ages 5-14. I am in the process of developing my website (although it is slow going) and I am sure eventually I will have to hire someone to assist me with some things.
I have the skills to do most of it myself, which are both good and bad things, since I do not want to be tied to a computer all day and night. However, I may have to for a while until I find out what exactly the responsibilities and duties of a media blogger/facebook/twitter consultant would do/not do, as well as the expected price range to pay someone with little to some experience doing so. I am willing to train them but want to be professional with my approach and expectations while not breaking the bank since I am just starting and have very limited funds to pay people. Any advice you can offer would be greatly appreciated.
Kim

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Joanne November 14, 2013 at 3:30 pm

Hi Gigi, this is Joanne again, I was wondering if you can scoot to my site and tell me what you think. I’am new to the blogging world. Thanks so much!
JO

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