I’m excited to be participating in the 31 DBBB (31 Days to Build a Better Blog) going on through the Mom Loop Community on Blog Frog. Day one’s challenge was writing an elevator pitch for your blog.
What’s an elevator pitch?
According to Wikipedia “An elevator pitch is an overview of an idea for a product, service, or project. The name reflects the fact that an elevator pitch can be delivered in the time span of an elevator ride (for example, thirty seconds or 100-150 words).”
I have to admit, it had me stumped for a while – maybe trying to do some serious blog work while the kids were awake, the dog was whining, and the husband was doing some work around the house wasn’t the best timing…
I started off jotting a list of the things my readers can find on my blog:
- humorous stories about the things kids do/say (namely toddlers and preschoolers)
- crafts and activities to do with toddler and preschool age children
- tips and tricks of being a SAHM
- ways to save money when dealing with kids
- the occasional recipe that has been approved by some of the pickiest eaters (toddlers/preschoolers)
- occasional reviews of products geared towards parents, including literature (Yeah, that’s what adults read before kids and picture books take over…)
- thoughts on nurturing your marriage once kids are in the picture
Then I went back to my title, tag line, and thought about my audience… I decided that maybe I was making this a little too hard. So here is what I came up with:
Short Version: There’s Just One Mommy is the journey of one mommy’s attempt to fill all the roles a mother plays in the family.
I’m thinking I will make a longer version as well where I can detail more what you can find on the site.
Have you written an elevator pitch for your blog? Got suggestions for mine?