Would you like your brand to be talked about by an influential community of parents throughout the next six months? Today I’ve got a list of mummy bloggers who are looking for sponsorship to attend the Cybermummy 2011 conference in June.
Cybermummy is the number one conference for British parent bloggers – last year, speakers included journalist India Knight and Mumsnet’s Justine Roberts. The event was written about in many, many parenting blogs, covered in the Financial Times, and featured on Woman’s Hour on Radio 4.
For around £200 (sometimes even less) one of these mums could be promoting your brand on Facebook, Twitter and her blog throughout the next six months, plus she’ll represent you at the conference itself.
Here are the mums that would love you to sponsor them…
(Please click the links below to see the pitch of each blogger and contact the individual bloggers for further information.)
- Dawn Brown is a vegetarian, baby wearer, shopaholic and pram addict who loves trying out new products and letting other mums know about it. She also runs her own accountancy business. By June she’ll have children aged 3 months and 19 months so could be a perfect match for any baby brand.
- Beckiklesie is offering a LOT in return for the £250 she needs to get to Cybermummy and she’s also a finalist of the Brilliance In Blogging awards and number 24 in the Wikio Top Parenting blogs list. Definitely not to be missed.
- Mum to a delightfully demonic toddler, Metal Mummy Hannah is expecting a new blog design any day now. So go over, take a look and read her Cybermummy pitch. – Congrats to Hannah who now has a sponsor!
- Christian Mummy From The Heart would love to find a company that she can partner with and be passionate about. She’ll work really hard and is just waiting for the right brand to come along.
- Dorset Business Mother of the Year 2010 Joanne Dewberry has her own handmade party bag business, Charlie Moos and is co-owner of the networking group Networking Mummies. To say she knows a lot of mums is a massive understatement! So she’s in a great position to spread the word about your brand.
- Another multi-talented mumpreneur now, Sam Thewlis of Mumazing, who is also a freelance writer/copywriter, tax expert, magazine editor and owner of an online store. Well known in the mumpreneur community and beyond. Sam now has a sponsor too!
- Kerry-Ann Lewis of Life Through a Sippy Cup is getting married the day before Cybermummy! She will be doing a lot of blog posts referring to Cybermummy and weddings, so you really would be getting your money’s worth if you’re in the wedding business.
- Kel of Writings Ramblings and Reviews also runs Piddley Pix pictures for kids and would love to work with a brand/company that she believes in and that compliments her life/blog as a Mummy.
**UPDATE** Here are some more mums looking for sponsorship since I first published this post…
If you’re a looking for sponsorship for Cybermummy and I haven’t included you, please feel free to leave a comment below with a link to a post on your blog which explains what you will do for your sponsor and how much sponsorship you need. I also found this useful article from Mummy Tips on how to get a cybermummy sponsor, which is well worth a read. Good luck ladies!
I’m being sponsored to attend the Cybermummy 2011 Conference by Smart Talkers pre-school groups.