In continuation of the great feedback we’ve been receiving, Atomic Reach would like to share Leigh and Meg’s experience with our platform and SavvyMom. Leigh and Megan are fun and whimsical sisters who have six children between the two of them! As mommy bloggers of Me and Meg, they write about quirky anecdotes and the daily happenings of their lives, including birthdays, misspelt names and family events.
Before Atomic Reach and SavvyMom, Leigh and Meg had shared their content on other sites and platforms, but hadn’t found any significant increase in traffic. When Atomic Reach approached them to contribute to SavvyMom’s new content community, Leigh and Meg found greater success in SavvyStories.
“SavvyMom has been amazing,” Leigh said. “I look at our numbers, and it’s significant today. It is obviously due to Atomic Reach.”
It’s not only the community that Leigh loves, but also the ease in contributing content to SavvyStories. After so much time and effort in writing and producing a blog post, contributing to SavvyMom is super easy.
“Every time, we put up a blog post, it will automatically go to SavvyMom.” Leigh said.
SavvyMom is a great online resource for mothers, perfect for Leigh and Meg to be a part of. Check out Leigh and Meg’s experience here.
Note to bloggers: If you live in Canada and actively blog about parenting, family life, health & wellness, food & drink, house & home, and green living, you’re welcome to submit a request to join the SavvyMom content community SavvyStories. Its mission is to educate, inform and converse with parents about raising healthy, engaged and active children. Leave a comment here if you’d like to join this growing community!
And if you’d like to see what Atomic Reach is all about, you can watch this quick video on how we help bloggers. When you’re ready to get started, check out this list of 150+ Tribes and join one! There are many apps and tools that you can use to build your traffic, read about it here.
Check out what other bloggers are saying about Atomic Reach:
How Blogger Jamie Reeves Doubled Her Traffic Using Atomic Reach
How Blogger Michele McGraw’s Bounce Rate Dropped Drastically