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12 Best Mom Tech Blogs for 2021

Blogging is more than writing.

It’s very techy too.

From WordPress to plugins to syncing your email opt-in form to your blog, the list of tech things for blogging can go on and on.

But, did you know there are wonderful tech blogs out there just for mom bloggers? They are friendly, relatable and full of amazing tech tutorials to help you understand your blog and make sure you have all the tech things done right.

So, instead of paying for a WordPress guy to fix your blog, why not take a look at these best tech blogs for 2019. Sign up their lists and reach out to them! You never know, they can offer help!

What is a Tech Blog?

A tech blog can encompass many types of tech issues online. From social media to understanding email marketing services or course platforms, a tech blog can provide a wealth of help.

And as a mom blogger, you might have other tech issues like wanting product reviews or knowing the latest gear and games for kids. Having a go-to resource for tech things like that is helpful to all moms wanting that type of information.

So, let’s look at the top tech blogs just for moms!

1. Mom Tech Blog

Mom of three Jen is the blogger behind this tech blog.

She provides product reviews and parenting advice for moms.

She’s an IT specialist and isn’t afraid of the tech behind blogging. What I enjoy about her blog is that she reviews laptops for kids as well as smart baby monitors.

2. Cool Mom Tech

Cool Mom Tech is a huge tech blog for moms, made up of a large content team.

The owner, Kristen is an author and influencer, having been on the Today Show, CNN, CBS and more. The contributors on this blog provide the most up-to-date tech information as well as content to help moms in general.

Some of their best posts are gift ideas for kids and tweens.

3. Tech Mamas

 

 

Beth is a mom and digital media strategist that runs Tech Mamas. This blog is a popular blog and was featured in Forbes as a top mom tech blog. Her blog shares tech advice as well as travel and career advice. Make sure to check out her posts on tech!

4. Digital Mom Blog

The Digital Mom Blog is a lifestyle tech blog from Molly of four. She shares her perspective on technology in a house filled with kids and tech.

Her blog is a judge-free place to raise your digital kid with the latest and coolest gadgets around.

5. Tech Savvy Mama

The Tech Savvy Mama is a tech blog and lifestyle blog all rolled in one.

She mostly provides tech information around YouTube and social media and provides lifestyle information around travel, parenting and safety.

6. NYC Tech Mommy

Monica, mother of two, is the mama behind NYC Tech Mommy. Her tech blog shares her love of apps and gadgets as she uses these daily to get things done.

Her goal is to inspire other moms to keep life simple and fun with the use of technology.

7. Well Connected Mom

Lori, mom of two, is the mom behind the Well Connected Mom tech blog. Her reason for starting this blog is to help save time and headaches for busy moms.

Instead of taking hours to learn tech, Lori has made it easy to learn tech even if you’re super busy!

8. Trepid Tech Mom

Trepid Tech Mom is a mom on a mission.

Her blog is a safe haven for information and help on keeping kids safe online.

As she learns to navigate this highly social and sharing capacity online world, she blogs about it and hopes to help others navigate this vast – yet small – internet world.

9. Little Tech Girl

Little Tech Girl is a blog from Kris, a mama with two sets of twins!

Yes, you read that right!

Her blog is filled with teach advice, gadget reviews, blogging tips, social media tips, photography tips, smartphone tips and more!

10. Code for My Life

Marika is dubbed the coding mom. She shares her experiences as a coder to teach kids how to code as well as moms how to code.

Her blog also shares social media advice for Twitter, Instagram and Facebook.

11. Top Tech Mom

Jeana’s tech blog, Top Tech Mom is a blog about everything tech related.

From apps to gadgets to health teach products and more, Jeana reviews them all!

12. Techie Homeschool Mom

Techie Homeschool Mom is a blog from Beth. She is a homeschool mom that wants to help other homeschool moms learn to love technology.

She is on a mission to make teach and digital products a way of homeschooling.

How Do Tech Blogs Make Money?

Can tech blogs make money? Yes they can – and in many different ways.

Let’s look at the top ways tech blogs can make money blogging.

1. Affiliate Marketing

A tech blog lends well to affiliate marketing since the entire niche is about reviewing tech products.

As a blogger, you can sign up to Amazon to do some affiliate marketing with Amazon products.

With Amazon, you can find the right tech product and promote that on your blog.

And some of the best ways to review that product is to write an in-depth guide on the product.

For example, your post would have information like:

  • What the tech product is
  • Why you need it
  • How it works step by step
  • Compare to other similar products
  • The best things about this tech product
  • Your recommendation

When you provide a reader with that type of information, you can help them make a decision to buy that product you are recommending.

2. Display Ads

If your tech blog gets a lot of traffic, one thing you can start doing is displaying ads.

For example, Cool Mom Tech is a big blog with a lot of traffic and they monetize their blog one way by displaying ads.

3. Sponsored Content

Sponsored content is when brands share their product with you in exchange of a review of their product on your blog or on social media. You get paid for that sponsored content.

For example, Kris of Little Teach Girl uses sponsored content to make money with her blog.

4. Sell Your Own Product

One of the best ways to make money with your blog is to create your own products. Instead of promoting someone else’s products with affiliate marketing or relying heavily on traffic, you can create a product for your audience.

This is what Beth of Techie Homeschool Mom does.

How do you create products to sell?

One of the things you need to know is your audience’s challenges and problems. What do they need help with the most and why do they come to your blog?

If you can find the answer to those then you have your product idea.

You can survey your audience or ask on social media with market research questions.

From there you should start an email list to start nurturing your audience to trust your advice and look at you as the go-to resource in your niche.

Creating your product can be easy or more challenging.

The easiest is creating printables and the more challenging is creating a video course.

In either case, having a platform to sell your products is essential. I personally use Teachable and host all my courses on that platform.

How Do I Start a Tech Blog?

If you love all things tech, then you can start a blog all about tech stuff.

Or, you can start a lifestyle tech blog with varied topics – tech, parenting, and travel.

In any case, the important thing is to start your blog and get your blog online to start aging. The older your blog is the faster it can start ranking in Google and gaining some amazing blog traffic!

If you need more help starting a blog, make sure to check out my super simple start a blog tutorial!

Over to you – do you have a tech blog? Share your blog in the comments and I may feature you on my post!

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14 Comments

I appreciate your work on this post was the best ever blog. After reading this i conclude Techie Parenting facts are so important to improve skills of parenting as well as to guide your kids. Here you have also discussed various websites or blogs which are very beneficial for Techie Mummy & U.Reply to Techie
Hi! Thanks for sharing your tech blog for moms! Love it!Reply to Elna
Love this post! It’s nice to see that there are other mom tech bloggers doing great work out there. 🙂 I’m a mom-tech blogger too at mommyknowstech.com. This post has given me some great inspiration!Reply to Jessica
Hey Jessica! Awesome! I was searching on Google for the tech moms and I apologize I didn’t mention you! Thanks for sharing your tech blog for moms!Reply to Elna
Hi Elna, I just found your post. I’m so excited to find such a great list of tech bloggers. I’ve just finished multiple certifications at work and now ready to refocus on my blog. The blogs you listed will give me lots of inspiration! My blog is mobilemomtechrescue.com and I write tips and how to’s on using Apple devices. Thanks for your post on tech bloggers!Reply to Debbie
Hi Debbie, You’re welcome! Glad you found some mom tech blogs and are inspired for sure!Reply to Elna
What a great list of tech blogs you have mentioned, This really inspired me to start a tech blog right away. Anyways, I currently blog at https://thewomenstrend.com/ which is a fashion blog. I will definately try to start a tech blog soon. Thanks for being an inspiration for me.Reply to Angela
Hi Angela, That’s awesome to hear! Yes, I love visiting tech blogs for sure. I’m so not the tech person and these moms just make it sound so easy!Reply to Elna
Hi Elna, A great list of tech bloggers, many of my favorites! Moms like these who share tips for technology know firsthand how and when technology can enhance life for the family. Thank you for adding WellConnectedMom.com to your list!Reply to Lori
Hi Lori, Thanks so much for stopping by! Loved making this post and seeing all the great tech blogs out there!Reply to Elna
I’m in the tech world, too, and was considering if I should go towards writing more posts about tech things for bloggers. In my search to see what other tech bloggers are currently out there, I came across your post Elna! Loved this, it gave me some great examples to look to – thank you!!Reply to Tiffany
Hey Tiffany! Thanks so much! Yeah tech blogs are awesome and helpful for sure! So glad you found this post!Reply to Elna
What a fantastic list of tech bloggers! I am so honored to be included. I just so happen to come across this my accident and it truly made my day! Thank you! Love the tips you share for starting your own blog, most specifically in the tech space. Hope it inspires others to get started!Reply to Monica
Hey Monica! You’re so very welcome! I love tech mom blogs! I’m sooo not a tech person so I love learning all the best gadgets out there for kids and us adults too!Reply to Elna