Kimberly has had several press mentions including the following:
–Entrepreneur on Fire regarding becoming a profitable work from home mom/dad entrepreneur
–Advertising Age regarding FTC rules
–NY Daily News regarding balancing kids and careers
–CNN.com regarding Disney’s first African-American princess
–The Associated Press/USA Today/Multiple News Outlets regarding American kids playing video games
–ConsumerReports.org answering the question: “Is it okay to give mom a vacuum cleaner for Mother’s Day?”
–Women’s World Magazine providing a “You Deserve The Best” cake mix pick
–TODAY/msnb as part of the “Motherhood 2.0″ online village
–The (West Side) Spirit as “Best of Manhattan ’09 Best Local Blog”
–The Grand Rapids Press as a mom blog suggestion – “Geared toward urban parenting, the African-American founder includes a diverse group of mom blog contributors.”
–Toys & Family Entertainment Magazine as one of “The Most Influential Mom Bloggers”
In addition, below are a few quotes of nice things that people have said about Kimberly based on her speaking at various conferences and panel discussions…
-Marketing to Moms Coalition and BSM Media’s Mommy Blogger Monologues: My most memorable words were — HONESTY AND RELATIONSHIPS! Your Disney example was something I shared immediately with the team and it also really hit home for me and my company — “as long as you are working to fix it just be honest and let people know.”
–BSM Media’s Multicultural Mommy Blogger Webinar: I’ve already received several emails from participants that felt it was very valuable information…
-BlogHer Business: “We Don’t Know What to Do with You” panel: I was really surprised that more bloggers had chosen this session … and that fewer PR folks had.
-NYC Public Relations Society of America (PRSA) “Mother Knows Best: Meet the Mommy Media”: Thanks so much for being a great panelist.
–Pepsico Panel ““Social Mom: What Mom is Talking About in the Value – Focused Economy”: Thank you as always, for bringing your smarts and good humor to the panel on Wednesday. You really made a difference.
-Blogalicious 2009 closing “Blog-Life Balance” Panel: I must say that I very much enjoyed your comments and insights over the weekend, especially during the closing panel.
-The 2009 Child’s Play Communications Bloggers Brunch “Blogger Panel”: You were fabulous…
-2010 Toy Fair Social Media Panel: Marketers + Mom Bloggers : I heard nothing but good things afterward from those who attended! I really believe that to make marketer-mom interaction work, there has to be a continuing dialogue, and the presentation today certainly contributed to that.
–Samsung Home Appliances’ “High Capacity Mom” panel: You provided such great insights into the life of a high capacity mom. You were hilarious.
-P&G Media Panel: Thanks again for joining us yesterday! It was super helpful.
-BlogHer’10 The FTC Guidelines: After A Year, Has Anything Changed?: I thought this was one of the most valuable sessions I went to at BlogHer’10.
–Type A Mom Conference: Lose the Mommy Guilt: Juggling Family Life and Blogging: I loved learning about …how to juggle all aspects of your life online and off.
–Johnson & Johnson Beauty Care (re. upcoming parenting trends): Thank you so much for all of your help…