Even the "Big Guy" Cares about Bloggers


Back in November of 2011 I turned to blogging, it all started just to cope with some life changing moments but my journey kept going & my blog began to grow. My blog 1mommy2monsters turned from a family blog to a family review & giveaway blog. This made me realize that even the big boys know that word of experience can go a long way. At the beginning 1mommy2monsters just reviewed products from small companies, now just 20 months in the blogging world I have begun working with bigger companies. This shows me that companies really do care.
When I go into a review I always start with an open mind despite anything I have heard from word of mouth or read on another blog. This allows me to share an 100 percent honest review no matter good or bad. I always include links to the products I have tested or that my kids have tested. In each post pictures of the items are placed into our review, our personal experience is clear to our readers. product detail to show what the company has to say about their products is always included. Our readers know that what they are reading on 1mommy2monsters is in fact the truth.

As a mother of 2 I feel appreciated by companies who are confident to send myself or my kids products to try out in exchange for our honesty. This shows me that big or small, many companies do care.

Alyssa Waters

5 comments:

Renae C. said...

As someone just starting out on the blogging road (almost 3 months now!) I appreciate this. It is good to know that there is appreciation there!

Jennifer Van Huss said...

I've been blogging for 8 mths now and I feel the same way as you! I don't bash products for the sake of it, but I find both positive and negatives and share HONEST opinions!!

Megan Sutliff said...

Isn't it fun growing! I love working with companies big or small!

Debbie McConnell said...

Great post and encouraging for new bloggers and even seasoned ones that are still afraid to approach the big guys.

Holly @ Woman Tribune said...

I have been blogging for over 12 years; long before it was even called "blogging" and before companies worked with us so-called slackers wasting time typing on our computers for hours on end. My current blog has been up and running for 5 years now and it has been absolutely amazing to see how companies really took bloggers into their work, what they do, and made us want to know why they do it.