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Getting What You're Worth as a Mom Blogger

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Look out Oprah, I've found your replacement. The four blogging mamas behind BloggingAngels.com really know how to dish it out and get a meaty conversation started. I sat on the proverbial couch his week with the hostesses of the hottest podcast around. And if you're a blogger, have a brand that targets moms or run a PR agency this is one chat you can't miss.

We dished about the going rates for attending events, which PR firms warrant your time and energy and how to turn your blog into a burgeoning business. Download the FREE podcast here--if you don't, I don't want the hear you crying about how poorly you've been treated this year by the brands you love.

We name names and give clear cut advice for a non-nonsense climb to world dominance (ok, well at least paying for your expenses). Practical, lively and likely to tick some people off--this is a great conversation.

A huge thank you to my hosts: Heidi, Amy, Rebecca and Nancy. These ladies are a force to reckon with. Here's hoping brands, PR firms and bloggers take note and take action.

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