Are You a Modern Media Mom?

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Twitter, Skype, Facebook, Blogging, Social Networking.  Is this music to your ears, or does it sound more like Greek?

As a blogger, I have the privilege of networking daily with amazing women all over the globe!  One of the reasons I love blogging is the constant sharing of information and experiences!

Other moms ask me lots of questions about my work on the ‘net, and sometimes I’m met with blank stares.  Just like when someone tries to tell me about their  work as an accountant.  My brain just doesn’t go there!

Karla Porter is one of those smart, inspirational women from whom I have learned alot.   Karla is the founder and editor of a very useful site, called Modern Media Mom.  On this website, you can find helpful information on all things tech, from beginner to expert, taylored specifically to women and moms.

I was thrilled to publish an article on Modern Media Mom, called The Do’s and Don’ts of Connecting with your kids on Facebook. The article also features local tech teen and radio host Jordan Drake!  Click here to read all about it!

About Sarah


Sarah Pinnix is a blogger, vlogger, new media marketing coach, and mom of three. Sarah began blogging in 2007 with Family Life & Faith blog Real Life Blog. She lives near Boone and works a social media specialist for a Non-Profit.


Comments

  1. I read your article! Great job!

    I still don’t get twitter! You should show us how it works 🙂

  2. Anna Lynch says:

    Sarah,

    I would love to have you explain a whole lot more about all of that stuff for those of us who are in the dark and don’t have a lot of time to explore it for ourselves. Could you do an occasional column on technology? That would be fabulous. I think understanding how blogging, skyping, twittering, etc. works would help more of us get involved. Not just the “how” but also the “why”. Honestly, I’m not sure what I would say on a blog or why anyone would want to read it. Anyway, thanks! And congrats on the Mt. Times article about your Wii Fit blog.