It’s always exciting to me to see blogs being recognized for achievements. I submitted a few blogs I enjoy to the Social Media Awards this year and I’m excited to check out the sites I haven’t seen before.
Parents magazine today revealed the winners of the 2014 Parents Social Media Awards honoring the best of the year in parenting content on social media. Nominated and voted on by readers and visitors to Parents.com, the awards highlight this year’s must-follow accounts on Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest, Twitter, the Best Blog and Best All-Around. The winners will be featured in the May 2014 issue of Parents magazine and online at www.parents.com/social-media-
The 2014 Parents Social Media Awards winners include:
- · Best All-Around – Momastery by Glennon Doyle Melton
- · Best Blog – Chasing Rainbows by Kate Leong
- · Best on Facebook – Autism Daddy by Anonymous
- · Best on Instagram – Mommy Shorts by Ilana Wiles
- · Best on Pinterest – The Educators’ Spin On It by Kim Vij and Amanda Boyarshinov
- · Best on Twitter – Honest Toddler by Bunmi Latidan
“At Parents, we use social media to connect with our readers in many different ways and we’re always on the lookout for a new perspective, a fresh creative eye or an honest voice sharing their tales of parenthood,” said Dana Points, Editor-in-Chief of Parents. “Asking our readers to nominate and vote for their favorites gives us an inside look into what content our readers connect with and helps us celebrate the best in parenting social media.”
Parents was founded in 1926 and, along with American Baby, FamilyFun and Ser Padres, makes up The Meredith Parents Network portfolio of parenthood brands. Parents is the leading voice for a community of more than 15 million moms who are engaged and inspired by the brand’s trusted content. In turn, these moms enlighten and inspire others by joining ongoing conversations about parenthood via Parents.com as well through Parents’ robust presence on Facebook, Pinterest, Twitter, and Instagram. Parents is dedicated to engaging and inspiring moms with the information they need, wherever they go.