Community is one of the crucial components involved in the making of a mompreneur, which of course is the new snazzy word for a mom entrepreneur. The way women interact and support each other has given them an edge when it comes to networking and exchanging ideas in the business world.
There are now about four million "mom blogs" out there that moms can choose from when they’re in need of some advice. Jill Salzman has made a significant impact in that community with her website The Founding Moms. She now has 3,000 subscribers and her site is helping moms reach success on all levels every single day.
Kelly Douglas is another successful mompreneur. She is the CEO of the baby accessory line Itzy Ritzy. Kelly started with just two products and now runs a multi-million-dollar company. She was able to do that with the help of this amazing online community.
Vinnie talked to both of these successful moms about how they are making it in America and what it takes to become a mompreneur.
And there are tons of other great online communities like Jill's, specifically aimed at budding mompreneurs.
If you're looking for some advice, words of encouragement, or if you're just curious about what's out there, check out these sites: