Categorized "Research & Insights"

Back-to-School Shopping Trends and Insights

It’s August, and for many families, that means it’s back-to-school time! Did you know that back-to-school is the second-largest shopping season of the year? According to the National Retail Federation (NRF), shopping trends indicate that back-to-school and back-to-college spending are projected to reach $83.6 billion this year, with the average seasonal shopper expected to spend […]

Influencer Tactic: Extend the Value of Campaigns with Influencer-Executed Promoted Social Posts

The influencer marketing landscape has grown more competitive in past years, and it has become increasingly important to work with experienced influencer marketers to develop well-thought-out and expertly executed campaigns that employ more than one influencer tactic. As a full-service influencer marketing agency, The Motherhood is often tasked with coming up with fresh ideas for tactics that can […]

Top 10 Influencer Tips at #BlogHer17

The Motherhood recently attended BlogHer17, an annual gathering of social media mavens, content creators, influencers, brands and more. We had a phenomenal time reconnecting with old friends, meeting new ones and hearing from some incredible speakers — and given the amount of invaluable information presented during the time we were on site, we couldn’t resist sharing some of […]

Social Media Week LA: How to Create & Distribute Compelling Content

Social Media Week LA brought together dozens of industry experts to talk discuss content trends and strategy, and we’ve noted some of our key takeaways below. Social Listening to Define Content and Strategy Social listening – taking stock of what people are saying about your brand, competitors, a topic or industry on social media – continues […]

Facebook’s Declining Organic Reach: Tips for Publishers to Maintain Reach

Algorithmic changes mean lower organic reach for publishers. Read on for tips on how to combat Facebook’s Declining Reach!

Happy Father’s Day to our Dad Influencers and Dads Behind the Blogs

One of the “other-hoods” of The Motherhood is The Fatherhood, which not only includes dad influencers who run their own individual blogs, but also those who contribute to their partner’s blog! As part of our ongoing series, The Other-hoods of The Motherhood, we want to shine a light on how dads play a role in influencer marketing. Just in […]

Content, Insights & Measurement: Takeaways from the Social Shake-Up Show

Recently, The Motherhood attended PR News’ Social Shake-Up Show in Atlanta. One of the top social media conferences for digital marketers, it brought together brilliant minds from Google, Adobe, PwC and many more companies. Take a look at some of our top takeaways from the event! Content, Content Everywhere Did you know that every two days, […]

The Other-hoods of The Motherhood: Food Allergy Moms

The beauty of the internet and social media is that we’re able to create, belong and contribute to distinct communities of people based on shared interests, passions and experiences. Those communities can open so many doors for us – whether it’s finding new friends who share in similar interests or challenges, or uncovering resources and tips. Bloggers […]

What the Facebook Branded Content Tool Means for Bloggers and Blogger Marketing Networks (Updated April 2017)

Disclaimer: Information shared below represents our findings to date. We will continue to update this post as we learn more. In April 2016, Facebook announced the release of a new tool for branded content on verified pages to create easier collaboration on sponsored posts between Pages and brands. The initial reaction to the announcement was mostly confusion about what exactly these new guidelines […]

Wheelbarrows, Customer-Led Growth and H.J. Heinz

We’ve been told The Motherhood’s office in Sharpsburg, PA sits on land that was once part of the H.J. Heinz family farm. In the years we’ve been in this building, I’ve also heard many other stories about Sharpsburg’s most famous son. This is the one that’s most stuck with me (as told by Pennsylvania Heritage […]

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