The Women Bloggers LLC community members (in eight states!) are natural megaphones and amplifiers, and their talent in curating and sharing content combined with life experiences and strong opinions as parents and consumers makes us the most unique talent agency our partners will encounter.  For more information on working with The Women Bloggers, email to Stephanie at The Women Bloggers.

Arkansas Activities

We are extremely fortunate that Executive Chef Matt McClure of Bentonville’s 21C Museum Hotel The Hive Restaurant will be one of our featured speakers at the Foodie Friday pre conference of Megaphone Summit 2016 to be held at the absolutely beautiful Pratt Place Inn and Barn in Fayetteville. Those of you who had the privilege […]

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One of the most needed and most over looked item in shelters and food banks across the country are feminine products.  As this Huffington Post article explains, getting their period is one of the most difficult challenges faced by homeless women.  But it’s not just the homeless that struggle.  Low income families have a hard […]

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Bloggers in the Rice Field

December 6, 2014

Arkansas Women Bloggers are the social media megaphones of Arkansas. So naturally, when Riceland wanted to get the word out, they hired Arkansas Women Bloggers to bring in some great influencers to Stuttgart for the WingsOver the Prairie/World Championship Duck Calling Contest. The eight bloggers were able to interact with Georgia Pellegrini, TV Chef, Author, Outdoor […]

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Farm2Home14 FarmerPanel From Left: Beth Eggers (Wye Mountain Flowers and Berries), Mark Morgan (Peach Pickin’ Paradise), Chuck McCool (McCool Farms) and Bob Barnhill (Barnhill Orchards)  By Chuck McCool, owner of McCool Farms Note: Chuck McCool was a recent panel participant in #Farm2Home14 sponsored by Arkansas Grown, The Arkansas Agriculture Department and P. Allen Smith.  He […]

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CALLING ALL BLOGGERS  – because we know you have some fabulous writing already – you have just a few days left to submit pieces for consideration for the Listen to Your Mother: Little Rock (LTYM) show. What’s Listen To Your Mother, you ask?   LTYM is a live reading of local writers, with productions in 32 cities […]

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#GivingTuesday

December 3, 2013

Today, we celebrate the joy of giving back, the true essence of the season, well,  life for that matter, with #GivingTuesday. “While we don’t offer door-buster sales or rock-bottom prices like a Black Friday promotion, charities offer something deeper than even the deepest discount ever could,” said Stephanie Meincke, President and CEO of Arkansas Nonprofit Alliance. “Giving […]

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Do you have a favorite non-profit organization that is doing wonderful things in your community? We want to hear about it!  We are coming upon the busiest shopping weekend of the year, so just as Black Friday promotes holiday shopping the day after Thanksgiving and Cyber Monday encourages online sales, #GivingTuesday, on Tuesday, December 3,  will help spotlight charitable giving. […]

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Enjoying Family Hiking in Arkansas Written by Melissa Stover A few years ago I purchased the book Arkansas Dayhikes For Kids & Families by Tim Ernst. I love hiking and was determined to drag my family along on hikes we could enjoy together. Since our kids are spaced out in age: 16, 14, 9 and […]

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Written by Kyran Pittman of Planting Dandelions, Arkansas Women Bloggers Miss August 2013 Outdoor temperatures have finally climbed into the triple digits, and our house has descended into the zombie zone – I’ve stopped counting the hours my kids have been staring at screens or nagging them about exercise and fresh air. We have become […]

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Written by Tiffany S. of Life of a Lost Muse, ARWB Blogger of the Month April 2013. Hello everyone!  I wanted to talk to you today about our local Junior Auxiliary and a little bit about one special project that we do. The entire community of Clark County, including Junior Auxiliary members and family, church members, community […]

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