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Maria T. Bailey speaks to 8 million moms a month via television, radio, magazines, websites, Twitter, Blogs, online TV, podcasts, Facebook and local community groups. She is an award-winning author, radio talk show host, nationally known speaker and the foremost authority on marketing to moms. She is the Host of Mom Talk Radio, Founder of BlueSuitMom.com and MomTV.com.

Maria is also founder of MomSelect, a platform of over 6,000 mom bloggers, vloggers and influencers who she connects with brands who want to engage with mothers. She is the leading expert on Mom Engagement as the author of Marketing to Moms: Getting Your Share of the Trillion Dollar Market (2002, Prima), Trillion Dollar Moms: Marketing to a New Generation of Mothers (Dearborn, 2005) and Mom 3.0: Marketing With Moms by Leveraging New Media and Technologies (Wyatt-McKenzie, 2009). She is also author of Ultimate Mom (HCI, 2009) and The Women’s Home-Based Business Book of Answers (Prima, 2001). Her newest book, Power Moms: The New Rules for Engaging Mom Influencers Who Drive Brand Choice, offers a guide to engaging the Power Moms—influential mothers who help spread the word about products and services—to drive sales to your bottom line by creating a buzz online and offline. She is also the creator of Smart Mom Solutions, a product line that offers solutions to everyday challenges for busy moms.

Her company, BSM Media is a full service marketing and media firm that specializes in engaging moms.  In the past decade, BSM Media has offered insights, marketing programs and product design to global brands such as Disney, HP, Cartoon Network, Nestle, AOL, The Discovery Channel, Chuck E. Cheese, Oracle, Microsoft, Avon, Unilever, Kimberly Clark, Primrose Schools, Precious Moments, Warner Bros. and Office Depot.  She has been an invited presenter to Burger King, Coca Cola, Best Buy, McDonald’s, Wal-Mart, Target and many other major corporations.  Maria is a media resource on work/life/family balance, working mother, marketing and women business stories for outlets such as the ABC News, British Broadcasting Corporation, CNBC, World News Tonight, CNN MONEY, Hearst Publications, “The Home Show”, WPLG ABC 10, The NetFinancial News Network, The Wall Street Journal, USA Today, Self, Smart Money, Parent, HomeChannel News and Entrepreneur.  She and her company have been featured in the Business Week, Entrepreneur, Women’s Day, Money, Chicago Tribune, the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Miami Herald, Philadelphia InquirerDenver Post, the Salt Lake City Tribune, NBC 6-Miami, CBS4-South Florida, WCBS-12 New York, WABC New York and the Tampa Tribune, as well as on hundreds of local radio and television shows.

Maria is the proud mother of 4 children and lives in Pompano Beach, FL. In her spare time, Maria enjoys traveling, fishing, extreme sports and marathon running.  To date she has completed 19 marathons and 2 extreme distances.

You can follow Maria Bailey on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, YouTube and Pinterest.  Watch Maria Bailey on MomTV.com. To contact her via skype: Baileyclan6 or cell phone: 954-261-2145.

{From time to time Maria will post about a product she has received free from a company. When a product was provided for free, it will be noted at the end of the blog post as such.}


2 Responses

  1. This is an great site, I will definitely be adding you to my blogroll!

  2. Ms. Bailey,

    I am very impressed by your work. Wow.

    I write little blog about being single mother in developing country. From outside Cagayan de Oro, Misamis Oriental, Mindanao, Philippines.

    We do not have economy or business community here, but struggle to live.

    My bloog is real life stories about me and my two beautiful daughters. No religion, no sex come on, no begging just for the world to see how we live here.

    Please read my stories?

    How can I get on your blogroll for link to site?

    Thank you for time.


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