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Episode 1: Kim Demmon, Today’s Creative Blog

January 14th, 2011 by Stephanie O'Dea

Real Moms Making Real Money (at home, in their pajamas) And How You Can, Too!

I am so happy to have:

1) finally figured out this video software and uploading stuff

2) be able to finally give back (just a bit) to one of my blogging idols of all time, Kim Demmon of Today’s Creative Blog.

Thank you Kim, from the bottom of my heart for being so wonderful to me in the very early days of my crockpot challenge in 2008. I really don’t know if I would have stuck with it if I didn’t get the gift of readers from you and your site.

In this video, Kim and I chat about how she got started blogging, how she and her friends began their own media/ad company, what she thinks about conferences, and how she uses blogging to get out of mopping the kitchen floor.

All valuable info!

Since this is a first attempt, there are some things I’m not uber-happy with, but I figure we’ll just learn what works as we go along.

sites mentioned in the video:

No Appropriate Behavior

Skip to my Lou

The Secret is in The Sauce

Tip Junkie

(edited to add: if you initially get an error, try again. The video hasn’t been deleted, and I’m not sure why that message pops up once in a while. weird snafu.)

Coming up next: Gluten Free TV, Episode 1: Shirley Braden of Gluten Free Easily (it may be a few weeks. This is harder than it looks!)


related: Can You make (real) Money Blogging?

10 Responses to “Episode 1: Kim Demmon, Today’s Creative Blog”

  1. I truly enjoyed this interview! Thanks from an old but new {still technically challenged} blogger!

  2. I’m glad you liked the interview! I am SO technically challenged—-I truly pat myself on the back every time I figure something new out. :-)

  3. seeing if I have an account in this name, and not just crockpotlady…

  4. Good to see you and hear your voice Kim! Great interview:-)

  5. BRAVO! BRAVO! I loved it! What a great interview. Thanks so much for doing this. I have said it many time but will say it again. There are SO many awesome blogs and so little time! AHrG! I have never been to any of these blogs you listed so now I need to go check them out. All very encouraging information for a “newer’ blogger like myself. Keep it up Stephanie you ROCK!

  6. What a great interview! Thank you for doing this. I love Kim’s blog and now I found yours which is a big bonus and I will be stalking you now LOL!

  7. Great interview – Kim’s last comments really resonated with me. I AM working…but for me, I sadly don’t have the income to prove it…so there IS some guilt (and pressure from my other half)… Time to step it up and make some changes. Thanks for the inspiration!

  8. Michelle, you’re doing a great job! You have a wealth of information on the site. What do people search for when they find you? Some say writing for search engines is futile, but I disagree—there has to be a happy balance. There are *people* searching with search engines, and they want answers to their questions. :-) xoxo

  9. Wow, this paragraph is nice, my sister is analyzing these things, therefore I am going to inform her.

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