Sponsor and Advertising

Thanks for checking out my sponsor info!

After years of blogging I’ve decided to set up just a few advertising spots. I’ve used placement ads previously to gain additional exposure and I think it’s a great way to find new blogs to read, too!

My average monthly visits is 2500, and I’m active on Twitter and my Blog Facebook Page! I’m happy to promote your blog!

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Stephanie Blaine February 24, 2014 at 5:55 pm


I wanted to introduce myself to you. First off, I am very impressed with how you have been managing your website. The reason I’m reaching out is to find out if you would like to become a blogger in LinkVehicle’s private marketplace and make money writing blog posts for our clients. We have over 3,000 clients in need of quality content creators! After taking a look at your past posts and looking at the amount of followers you have, I know our advertisers would love to have you write about them. This is a great opportunity for you to make more money! It only takes a few minutes to sign up and start working with us. Just follow the link below and if you have any questions or would like to speak first please let me know. We highly look forward to working with you.

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Ashleigh Kane February 21, 2015 at 1:01 am

My name is Ashleigh from Buzzstarter, a San Francisco-based publisher network. We are reaching out to publishers that we can create long term relationships with. We will send you the piece of content and pay you a flat rate to post. The content will be relevant to your blog, and you don’t have to post it if you don’t feel it fits. We will then use social media to drive thousands of visitors to your publication. Would you be interested? Please LMK, thanks! My email: ash at buzzstarter dot com


Shay Chan Hodges November 18, 2015 at 12:22 am


I am a fellow BlogHer SheKnowsExpert and I’m very intrigued by your site. And I think it might be a very good match with the issues that I address in my interactive ibook, Lean On and Lead, Mothering and Work in the 21st Century Economy (www.leanonandlead.com).

Lean On and Lead’s thirty candid and accessible interviews with working mothers and a few fathers include health care workers, teachers, students, CEOs, a US Senator, other Hawaii lawmakers, students, media executives, Head Start workers, engineers, inventors, and more — and are complemented by authoritative research and data in the Apple iBooks digital platform.

You can read a great review at 1 Million for Work Flexibility: http://www.workflexibility.org/author-insights-shay-chan-hodges-on-mothering-and-work-21st-century-economy

If my work interests you, you can download a sample of the ibook here: https://geo.itunes.apple.com/us/book/lean-on-and-lead/id744815295?mt=13&at=11lwWQ

You’ll need a mac, iPad, or iPhone with IOS 8.4 or higher to access the multi-media platform.

I currently also blog at Huffington Post, BlogHer, MomsRising, and Mom-Mentum.

Examples of recent posts include a piece for National Work and Family Month: http://www.blogher.com/family-first-3-moms-document-paid-family-leave-movement?page=0,0 — And a very popular recent piece about Family-Centered Design Thinking: http://www.mom-mentum.org/blog/family-centered-design℠-thinking-making-the-connection-between-thriving-families-and-a-thriving-economy/

If you are interested in cross-posting any pieces from the sites listed above or excerpts from interviews or even a Q&A, please let me know as I am looking for more opportunities to amplify Lean On And Lead’s message.

I am also interested in exploring advertising options at your site.

I do not have an advertising budget but I am an iTunes affiliate and could therefore track sales through customized codes. Thus I can provide a respectable commission for clicks that lead to conversions.

If you are open to considering any of these ideas — or if you have advice on ways of working with bloggers to promote my book, I’m very open to any insights.

Thanks so much in advance!


Shay Chan Hodges
Author, Lean On and Lead, Mothering and Work in the 21st Century Economy
Catalyst, Family Centered Design℠ thinking
Twitter: @LeanOnAndLead
Facebook: Lean On and Lead


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