Welcome to the clubhouse.
Looking for financial growth, location independence and successfully rocking the whole mothering AND entrepreneurship thing? Get started by grabbing the free business roadmap.
Mama. Entrepreneur. Rockstar
By the time you are reading this, you’ve likely done some pretty amazing things in your life. Now it’s time to take the next step and join the thousands of ladies who are rocking the entrepreneurial life.
The Mamapreneur Club is a safe, encouraging place for Mamas, just like you, to get the knowledge, resources, and connections they need to start and grow the business of their dreams.
Owning your own business will afford you the financial freedom to do what you love, give you the flexibility to work when and where you want to and to open your children’s eyes to the wonderful world of entrepreneurship.
Start Mapping Your Entrepreneurial Journey
Not sure where to start or what to do next?
Download your free copy of the Mamapreneur Roadmap that clearly outlines the steps involved in starting and growing your own business.
Ready, Set, Listen.
Get your weekly dose of inspiration and actionable strategies for creating a successful business. Learn from mom entrepreneurs who are in the thick of it as well as from host, Erica Lerman, as she shares her experience and expertise of running multiple businesses.
If you have a blog, chances are you care about whether people are reading it. Google Analytics by far is the most robust platform for you to find out all the nagging questions you have. Where are my visitors located What are people reading Are people taking the action...read more
Long gone are the days of building a website which was 98% text, think sites from 1998, with the occasional little image thrown in for good measure. If you don't remember, or perhaps are too young, here's an example. I know, gasp. Nowadays, website rely very heavily...read more
Optimizing your site for search engines should be a no brainer, though many bloggers feel overwhelmed by what they need to do. Rest assured, you don't have to dive head first and do everything at once. Take it slow, start with the basics and remember to be consistant...read more