Tell us a little about you and your experience finding work on HireMyMom. I am married homeschooling mom of three girls. I started using HireMyMom a few years ago in my work from home endeavors and upon returning to school to obtain my Bachelor’s Degree in Marketing. I’ve gotten three or four jobs since using
Tell us a little about you and your experience finding work on HireMyMom. I found HireMyMom online through online research and immediately loved how they seemed so personal and safe. I especially appreciated that they were screening the potential jobs so I could feel confident that I was applying to legitimate opportunities. What did you do previously?
Business: Meg K and Co Tell us a little about your business and why you started it. I started as a Virtual Assistant two years ago. I was a teacher for six years and the opportunity for entrepreneurship presented itself, and I took it and ran with it. Now I offer consulting and advising
City/State: Denver, CO Kids & Ages: 4 grown kids, 1 grandchild I am helping to raise, she is 4 What’s your success story with HireMyMom? Hire My Mom has been a wonderful tool for me to find clients over the years. I have been an active member off and for more than 6 years. Every client
Name: Beth Rodgers Location: Michigan Kids & Ages: 3,5,8,10 What’s your success story with HireMyMom.com? I had been looking for legitimate opportunities for me to be able to work and still be home with my kids. I wasn’t impressed with what I had been finding on my own. I heard about www.hiremymom.com and went back and
Many moms have success with HireMyMom.com, and we want to know more about their stories! Check out this week’s blog post for an interview with Roxanne Doche, who came to HireMyMom.com after a recommendation in 2009. What’s your success story with HireMyMom? I first started with HMM as a recommendation from a friend back in
Hot Mama – Netpreneur Lesley Spencer Pyle Hiremymom.com is the kind of business idea that’s so timely and practical that, naturally, it took a mom to think it up. The site, which connects companies looking to outsource projects with work-from-home moms who are eager for part-time work, was launched last May by Lesley Spencer Pyle,