Moguldom says they are responding to the need of its audience for a new kind of experience tailored to the lives of mothers and mothers-to-be with MommyNoire.
Mommy bloggers have become extremely popular over the past few years with moms creating their own sites and sharing their own personal experiences. Moguldom is tapping into that trend by offering original, editorialized content specifically for African-American mothers.
“Motherhood has exponentially evolved in recent years, as today’s digital moms embrace online experiences and social media to learn, discover, share, and enhance their new lives as parents,” said Judene Walden, executive vice president, Moguldom Women. “At MommyNoire, African-American moms will explore the eternal truths of motherhood and the latest trends, ideas, and fashions for their families and themselves.”
The site offers an array of tips and advice on topics like parenting, marriage, relationships, sex, career mobility, education, finance, fitness, nutrition, community, and philanthropic work.
Readers will also get to see into the lifestyles of celebrity moms like Beyonce, Nia Long, Monica, Tia Mowry-Hardrict and Jada Pinkett-Smith.
Sub-sections of the editorial and video on MommyNoire include:
- Lifestyle (Balance, Travel, My Home, Marriage/Dating)
- Glam Mom (Beauty, Fashion)
- Health & Nutrition (Fitness, Recipes, Well-Being, Dr. Noire)
- Mommy Corner (Mom-To-Be, Mommy Tales, Mommy Certified, Daddy Speaks, Celeb Moms)
- Video ( How-To, Exclusives, Entertainment)
- Family (Baby, Little Kids, Big Kids, Teen)
Social media features integrated into the site include Facebook, Twitter, Google+, and Pinterest, making it easy for moms to share and discuss their experiences contributing to MommyNoire’s online community.