Mom Knows Best

Mommy Marketing: You know how the whole mommy market has taken off with all of those TV shows, products, apps, websites, etc. made by and for mothers? Well now there is a talent agency specifically for mommy bloggers thanks to Edelman digital alum Danielle Wiley. Sway Group, is basically a talent agency that matches mommy bloggers with appropriate PR agencies and their clients. Whether you like “mommy bloggers” or not, moms are definitely an increasingly powerful niche. It doesn’t help that mommy bloggers have gotten a reputation of falling over backwards to work on marketing campaigns. AdAge

@Barack Obama: Look out for tweets straight from our President. The President’s campaign announced that Obama’s 2012 presidential campaign staff (Obama for America) will start managing his Twitter and Facebook accounts instead of the DNC, and that Obama himself will tweet regularly on @BarackObama with the signature “-BO.” TechCrunch

People Like to Like: Looks like you Facebookers aren’t sooooo narcissistic. A recent Pew studies show that people are much more likely to “like” and comment on other people’s statuses and pictures than they are to update their own statuses. All Things D

Tumblr of the Day: Cool user-submitted walks to photograph memory lane. Dear Photograph

Ad of the Day: Wow, what an unexpected path for Woolite to take: Rob Zombie-directed laundry detergent commercial.

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