My Mom’s Blog

by Paul Wilson

 

In my last post I talked about being a blogging evangelist. One person who was an easy convert was my own mother. I have spent the last few days walking her through the basic elements of setting up her blog and blogging. It didn’t take her long to figure it out and run with it. Actually, she has two blogs, one for the fiction book she wrote and one for her business. I still need to setup her business blog, but I have no doubts that it will be good.

We came up with the name MamaWebMarketing.com for her business blog. I am curious from the readers I have here of what you think of this name. Don’t be shy, if you don’t like it I want to hear about it. I actually am a fan of the name, it has character and a story. To convince my mom of this I told her about the company FatBottomLine.com. Here you have a name that plays off of “Fat Bottom” and “Bottom Line.” Now that’s definitely not a name you’re going to forget (nor will you forget their simple but to the point logo)!

However, what I am really excited about is my Mom’s book blog. My mom is bar-none one of the best story tellers you will ever meet. As a kid she would lay down with us at nap time and tell stories about our adventures on the Dream Train. The Dream Train took trips to magical places and my siblings and I would run into adventures that required our ingenuity and courage. I still remember the story about my little sister, Katie, putting on magical shoes that wouldn’t let her stop dancing. My brother, Steve, and I had to save Katie from a fate of eternal dancing. Oh, if all children could have a mother like mine, than life would truly be an experience.

So, here’s the plug for my mom’s blog, read it, enjoy it, love it. She is truly a famous author in the making!

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