PHOENIX, Jan. 16 /PRNewswire/ -- MommyTalk.com announced today that the
site has secured nearly 20 partnerships and contributors, including
award-winning restaurateur, best-selling cookbook author and TV host, Sam
Choy, and AskPatty.com, a distinctive website that offers women car-buying
tips and trains dealerships on how to better sell vehicles to women.
Other recognized content providers are America's Healthiest Mom, Jyl
Steinback, who is a mother, editor, consultant and best-selling cookbook
author, as well as Arizona's 2006 Young Mother of the Year, Shelice
MommyTalk.com, an international social networking website for parents,
offers parents a variety of free services including personalized family and
kid pages, photo and video hosting, blogging, forums, games, chat,
classifieds and exclusive content.
Now, with nearly 20 feature contributors, MommyTalk.com is able to
provide members with new content daily. Topics include parenting/family,
automotive, food, safety, health and fitness, fashion, music and more.
"What we are most excited about is the diverse group of people we have
writing content for MommyTalk.com," said Travis Moss, president & CEO.
"It's not only big names and established companies, but it's also regular,
everyday parents. Our contributors and partners have really helped the site
become what it is, and it's growing tremendously every day."
MommyTalk.com contributors include Celebrity Chef Sam Choy; women's
automotive expert, AskPatty.com; America's Healthiest Mom, Jyl Steinback;
Arizona's 2006 Young Mother of the Year, Shelice Millett; Emergency Medical
Technician (EMT), Keri Sweeney; MyTrueGenius.com owner, Tammy Graham; and
more. All contributors provide regular, original content for MommyTalk.com,
and frequently host live chat groups to discuss featured topics.
MommyTalk.com continues to add new features and upgrades to the site
MommyTalk.com was created in 2006 to help keep families and friends
connected through an online social community of parents. Members have
access to free services such as creating personal family (and kid) home
pages, uploading photos, participating in forums, blogging, emailing and
chatting. MommyTalk.com is based in Phoenix, Ariz. For more information,
visit MommyTalk.com or call 480.766.9633.