About When Tara Met Blog - Media Kit

Now celebrating 10 years blogging!! When Tara Met Blog (www.tarametblog.com) est. 2004 is a lifestyle & parenting blog from former journalist and PR exec, Tara Settembre. She is a first-time mom living in the New York/Southern Connecticut area with her husband and identical twin toddler boys. Read about her adventures and mishaps, parenting multiples tips, the celebs she runs into, film and tea reviews, must-have products, DIY tips, making baby food, fashion, beauty and more. Tara received her Masters in journalism and communications from New York University. She also blogs at The Huffington Post, TOT Runway, ShakeFire.com, among others.


Visitor Statistics:

  • Google Page Rank 4
  • Display Pagerank
  • Gender: 60% female, 40% male
  • Income: This site attracts a more affluent audience. 33% making $100k+, 27% make $30-$60k
  • Education: There is a high index of College Graduates here. 55% have a college education and 19% have some graduate schooling.
  • Age: middle aged. Averaging 18-49-years-old
  • Ethnicity: There are more Asian visitors here than average.
  • More stats and recent daily unique visitors from here and WebsiteOutlook 

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Product Reviews:

In order to be as transparent as possible, I state in my posts when I am talking about a client or a paid opp. I do not post negative reviews, so I will NOT blog about products that I do not like or would not personally use. I will turn down product offers and not write reviews of said products that I feel I cannot personally recommend. This is a positive place on the web.

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