- BlogFrog is the largest network of mom blogs in the United States.
- Former executives from Google, Hewlett-Packard, and other high profile companies have invested in BlogFrog giving the company an undisclosed Series A round of funding.
- In less than 18 months, BlogFrog has become the nation’s fastest growing women’s network with over 50,000 mom bloggers reaching over 5.5 million women online. Fathers and Men are very welcome in our community. Dads you have a lot to say. We want to hear it!
- Research shows that despite their purchasing power, women still feel deeply misunderstood by brands and advertisers. BlogFrog’s vision is to create a mutually beneficial ecosystem where brands and bloggers both win through lasting, loyal, trusted communities.
- As a top women’s destination on the web, BlogFrog has attracted household brand names such as International Delight, Hallmark, and LivingSocial.
Do you have a BlogFrog community and you want to embed it in your blog?
Step by Step Instructions:
- Open two more windows on your computer or open one more window after printing these instructions. One internet window is for your Blogfrog and one is for your blog. So they both can be open and accessible.
- In one window go to your Blogfrog community. Go to Show Admin Menu (left side of community)
- Look for and click on New! Embed Community
- In your second window go to your blog. You need to add a new PAGE
- Don't put anything on your new page. Title your page.
- Back on your blogfrog page you should see embed community instructions look for the html code that is inside a box.
- Copy the code. (Highlight with your mouse, right click "copy"
- Then go to your New page on your blog. It should still be open and in the dashboard or behind the scenes setting. Paste your code (right click , scroll down left click on paste)
- Then publish your page.
- The first few times I did this my html code would not show up but if I highlighted it I could see that it was there. I published it anyways and it worked.
- If you have any problems let Carol know and she's happy to help. email@example.com or leave a message on the Blogfrog.
- After publishing your page refresh your blog and go to your new page. It might take just a few seconds to switch over to your community.
- Let all your readers know your Blogfrog community is now part of your blog.