Advertising Info

All the info you need to know to become an advertiser with Mom*tog!

The 411:

Mom*tog was started in February 2009.  It’s readers consist of moms with an interest in photography and professional photographers.  Mom*tog receives at least 40,000 unique hits per month and continues to grow.  On the Mom*tog Facebook page there are over 7000 members and Drew Bittel, the creator of Mom*tog, has over 2000 followers on Twitter and over 3000 followers on Instagram.  In addition to promoting your business on the Mom*tog blog, we will use both Twitter and Facebook to cross promote your product!

Mom*tog was named one of the Top 20 Baby Photo Blogs by Babble and on of the Best Photography Blogs By and For Moms by She Knows.

2014 Rates:


120 px x 120 px – $35 per month or $385 per year

The ad is a rotating ad, which means that your ad will never be stuck on the bottom!

With a three month advertising commitment, your product will have a blog post dedicated to promoting it (in addition to tweeting and linking it on our Facebook page).  You may hold a giveaway or group buy discount in that post.

120 x 240 – $60 per month or $660 per year

This is a static ad, which will appear towards the top of the page.

With a two month advertising commitment, your product will have a blog post dedicated to promoting it (in addition to tweeting and linking it on our Facebook page).  You may hold a giveaway or group buy discount in that post.

240 x 240 – $75 per month or $825 per year

This is a static ad, which will appear at the top of the page (on a first come, first serve basis).

With a two month advertising commitment, your product will have a blog post dedicated to promoting it (in addition to tweeting and linking it on our Facebook page).  You may hold a giveaway or group buy discount in that post.

As Seen In:

Huffington Post – June 2013

Huffington Post – Februrary 2013

Elizabeth Street

Mpix Blog

She Knows

If you are interested in setting up your ad please email hello at momtog dot com.

***  All ad rates are subject to change unless you lock in the current rate.