Blogging since 2005, Kim Moldofsky has earned a reputation as an insightful blogger who supports the momblogger community and brands that focus on their needs. She educates companies and helps both groups successfully navigate the momspace. As a Social Media Mom, she uses her knack for matching people with resources as well as matching people with other people, to create mutually beneficial relationships.
Through her personal blog, Hormone-colored Days, she writes commentary about marketing to mombloggers that brings other influencers into the conversation.
At the turn of the century, the Chicago native was home caring for her young boys. In fact during those potty training years, she was certain her career was in the toilet. Now she’s graduated to wiping up boy pee (moms of boys, you know what I mean), and has a thriving career as a problogger, freelance writer and social media strategist.
Kim’s speaking engagements include:
Blissdom “Evolution of a Pro-Blogger” Conference Session, Business Track (February 2010)
Blogalicious Conference Panelist “Marketing to Women of Color: The Real Deal” (October 2009)
Family Farmed Media Meet-up “How to Gain (New) Media Coverage” (November 2008)
Ad:Tech Chicago Panelist “Reaching Moms Online” (August 2008)
Kim’s featured writing on marketing with mombloggers includes two pieces at MediaPost’s popular Engage:Moms column:
Social Media Moms: A Worthwhile Investment (October 2009)
Kim has participated in top blogger conferences including BlogHer 07, 08, 09, Blogalicious09 (speaker), Blissdom10 (speaker) and Mom2.0 2010. She has also attended regional and national brand events, such as Johnson & Johnson’s Camp Baby.
Read more about her background and get a taste for her writing at Hormone-colored Days.