BYB 007: Connect With Your Readers By Being Published On Mamapedia With Shannon Lell

In Editor Interviews by Susan Maccarelli | | 2 Comments

**Note: As of December, 2015, the new editorial POC at Mamapedia is Mike Doyle, Community/Content Manager). Mamapedia submission guidelines can be found HERE.**

If you’re a mom, chances are you’ve visited Mamapedia before.  Maybe you even visit it daily, like I do.  Mamapedia connects moms at every stage of their children’s lives to compelling content from the source they trust most: other moms”, and Shannon Lell is the editor for their popular blog.  In addition to her job as editor at Mamapedia, Shannon blogs at and has had her own writing featured on sites like Mamalode, BlogHer, and Mamapedia.

If you have something to say to parents, either funny, poignant or both, listen to what Shannon has to say about the ins and outs of submitting writing to Mamapedia!

Connect With Your Readers By Being Published On Mamapedia - Interview with Shannon Lell, Editor

The interview includes

  • 2 DIFFERENT WAYS YOU CAN SUBMIT your writing to Mamapedia for consideration
  • The TYPES OF POSTS Mamapedia typically CYCLES on the blog
  • HOW FAST YOU WILL HEAR BACK from Mamapedia if they accept your post
  • Why your post on Mamapedia may get a HIGH VOLUME OF COMMENTS
  • How Mamapedia will PROMOTE YOUR POST TO OVER 400,000 PEOPLE
  • What the HOT TOPICS FOR SUBMISSIONS will be in the coming months
  • THINGS FOR WRITERS TO AVOID when submitting



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About the Author

Susan Maccarelli

Susan Maccarelli is the creator of Beyond Your Blog, a site helping bloggers successfully submit their writing for publishing opportunities beyond their personal blogs. She also offers online training and consulting to new bloggers looking for direction on submitting their writing for publication. Susan has interviewed dozens of editors from publications like The New York Times, Huffington Post, Brain, Child, Chicken Soup For The Soul, The Washington Post, and speaks at many respected writing and blogging conferences.

2 Comments on “BYB 007: Connect With Your Readers By Being Published On Mamapedia With Shannon Lell”

  1. Thanks for another highly informative podcast, Susan and Shannon! I loved that you included the question on how long authors should wait for a response after submitting. That’s always a tricky one!

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