Contact / Advertising
If you would like to contact me, please email me at:
If you are interested in advertising on Motherhood in NYC, I am currently accepting text links and 125 x 125 buttons. Please email me for more information.
To purchase a text link for your personal blog or a charitable cause, Paypal me at MarinkaNYC@gmail.com $20/month, together with your URL and any text that you would like to appear with your link.
If you are a company that would like to work with me, please contact me for rates. I will not work for coupons or samples. Nor am I interested in “wonderful opportunities” for my readers to hear about your products.
If you’re interested in my hosting a contest or giveaway that is for anything other than a live organ, please contact me for rates.
Here are some testimonials from fellow bloggers about Motherhood in NYC, after they were confronted by me at knife point in a dark alley:
I am always envious of bloggers who manage to put out fresh content daily. How do they stay inspired? Funny? Relevant? Marinka is one such blogger. She actually makes me laugh out loud– something that is no small feat– day after day after day. And just when I’m about to think of her simply as s humor blogger, she’ll come out with a heartwarming post that has me tearing up. She’s got it all and is one of my absolute favorite bloggers.
- Jill Smokler, Scary Mommy
Marinka is an influential blogger. Her audience not only trusts her, they admire her. When linked in one of her posts my blog traffic increases immensely. Marinka is a gem in the blogging community.
- Pauline Karwowski, Classy Chaos
Motherhood in NYC is one of only a few blogs that I read every single morning. Hysterical humor combined with intelligence and sensitivity is hard to find. Marinka has that rare quality called “wit” and she applies it to life with grace. I need a daily dose of it.
- Stacey, Is There Any Mommy Out There
Motherhood in NYC is the only humor blog I subscribe to. Marinka is one of those rare talents that manages to fool the rest of us into thinking comedy is easy. Her voice is unique and strong and begging to be poorly imitated. I read her blog because it’s not a watered down version of anyone or anything else. I know I’ll end up laughing while learning something about myself and the world around me. Motherhood in NYC is smart humor written by an astute observer of the human condition.
In other words, I read every post on Motherhood in NYC because I’m pretty sure Marinka is going somewhere and I want to be able to ask her for favors when she gets there.
- Britt Reints, Miss-Britt