Meet Australia’s most trusted mummy blogger.
246,000 Australian mums trust Baby Hints and Tips for hints, tips and product recommendations.
They’re the decision makers, the grocery buyers, the researchers and the purchasers – mums, mums-to-be and time poor working women are the big spenders in the Australian market. When you plan an Australian mummy blogger outreach campaign for your baby product, Baby Hints and Tips is the only clear choice. Here’s how we make sure your campaign is a big success:
- Record results. We’ve turned no-name brands into household names, and delivered big numbers to national brands, consistently, for seven years.
- Get unparalleled access. 246,000 (growing daily) Australian mums actively rely on us for recommendations about your product. Reach one in ten* new families in Australia in one simple campaign.
- Guaranteed smart campaigns. Be guaranteed the latest strategies and techniques for getting results-driving cut through via social media and blog activity
- Beyond “just a mum”. Work with a team of professional digital marketers lead by one of Australia’s top mummy bloggers and social media influencers
- Trust is everything. As a qualified pharmacist and social media influencer with a 7 year track record of massive growth, you’re working with a trusted influencer, not a standard mummy blogger.
- Scaled campaign options. Tailored advertising packages for small business, large business and agencies.
See Real Results For Your Next Mummy Bloggers Campaign
Let’s face it, working with mummy bloggers is a big risk. You need to know that your spend is going to strategically deliver real results. With seven years and hundreds of campaigns delivered, we can position your brand as the only choice for mum in Australia. You’ll work with a team of Australian digital professionals and receive full reporting on your campaign.
Access One out of Every Ten New Australian Mums in One Campaign
With 246,000 new Australian mums relying on us for hints, tips and product recommendations, Baby Hints and Tips is Australia’s largest, highly targeted community for your audience. Our Facebook followership grows by hundreds (and sometimes thousands) each week because Aussie mums can’t get enough of our content. Our Facebook reach and engagement continues to outperform other mummy bloggers consistently. What does that mean to you? We know Australian mums. We know what they like. We know how to talk with them. For you, it means a warm and friendly introduction to your product by a trusted friend.
Guaranteed Smart Digital Marketing
There’s a lot of savvy mummy bloggers in Australia but few are backed by a team of digital marketing pros who stay on top of the latest best practices in social media marketing and SEO. Our team build content around your goals to ensure we deliver you results beyond the usual. Need email list building? Want more social followers? Need to add trust to your link profile with a no followed link from an aged, authoritative domain.
Beyond a Mummy Blogger
Our influencer Baby Hints and Tips is not your typical mummy blogger. Baby Hints and Tips is the trusted voice in all things pregnancy, baby and toddler health and wellbeing. Baby Hints and Tips started in January 2010 and grew a large, supportive community of new mothers actively seeking advice and recommendations. For advertisers, this means that your product faces fewer “ad barriers” that other mummy blogger communities. Our audience is not only open to your brand, they’re waiting for it. Without trust there is no influence, and Baby Hints and Tips is Australia’s trusted source for all things baby. Let Baby Hints and Tips influence their audience, on your behalf.
Scaled Influencer Campaigns
Baby Hints and Tips has worked with some of Australia’s biggest brands, and made household names of emerging baby brands. With tailored “Mummy Blogger” campaigns available, Baby Hints and Tips offers excellent results, scaled to your business budget. Talk to us now to find out what we can achieve, together.
*Calculated on the number of families with pregnancies to children aged 3 in Australia in relation to our audience numbers.