Are Moms Taking Over The Blogosphere? [Infographic]

Are Moms Taking Over The Blogosphere? [Infographic]

H&R Block takes a look at the ascent of these online moms and provides a Top 10 of those with the most power and reach.

Emma Hutchings
  • 9 may 2012

Online tax service H&R Block has an infographic about the newest generation of popular and influential moms, who share their stories with online communities. It claims that 14% of all American moms are ‘Mommy Bloggers’: women who have at least one child in their household and who write or read a blog for advice and inspiration.

These relatable and witty parents have gained notoriety and success by taking to their keyboards to chronicle their milestones, triumphs and trials, from their fashion finds and kitchen successes to friendship failures and family dramas.

Of the 3,900,000 Mommy Blogs in North America, 500 have considerable power and reach. The infographic below also provides a closer look at the Top 10 Mommy Bloggers:

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