It is rare for me to interview two people from the same business.
I met the ladies behind Kids Activities Blog in person at Social Media Marketing World.
They are both whip smart and together they have MASTERED Facebook.
They grew their Facebook page by 1,000,000 followers in less than a year. Seriously. They went from 13K to 1.3M
You can listen to their episodes by clicking them individually below or go to iTunes to listen directly on your phone (hey subscribe while you’re there).
There is a ton of great info in these episodes, but don’t worry, we took notes for you. Click the yellow button below to get the free PDF with the tips and strategies both Rachel and Holly shared.
Ep 181: Facebook Organic Growth and Viral Marketing (Part 1) with Rachel Miller of Kids Activities Blog
Rachel Miller is a mom and an online entrepreneur. She began working in content development and testing for websites in 2006 and in 2008 began Quirky Momma – the website and thriving Facebook community. Three years ago Rachel teamed up with Holly Homer and they rebranded the Quirky Momma website to become Kids Activities Blog. Today that website garners over 6 million pageviews a month and their Facebook community has 1.3 million participants.
Ep 182: Facebook Karma and Organic Growth (Part 2) with Holly Homer of Kids Activities Blog @4kidsactivities
Holly Homer has been a blogger since 2007. It started as a substitution for her expensive scrapbooking habit and turned into a full time job that she adores. She runs Kids Activities Blog with the help of 3 other full-time partners and they have a group of amazing contributors. Last year her Quirky Momma FB page grew by 1 million fans organically. Holly is the co-author of the book, 101 Kids Activities that are the Bestest, Funnest Ever! She is also a founding member of Business 2 Blogger that matches businesses with bloggers to write about them. Holly speaks on blogging topics and FB growth around the country and on her YouTube channel. She is the married mom of three boys and lives in the suburbs of Dallas.
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