Join Us for the #CMBNFavThings Twitter Party

Favorite_Things_squareAwesome Brands.
Loads of Giveaways.
Lots of chitchat.
Do we have your attention yet?!

You’re invited to join City Moms Blog Network and our fellow 35+ Sister Sites for a fun Twitter party where we’ll chat about 20+ of our network’s favorite products. After hearing about each of the products, we’re sure you will want to take them all home. That’s why City Moms Blog Network is giving away lots of products to a number of lucky winners throughout the party!

Here are the details:

~ City Moms Blog Network Favorite Things Twitter Party ~
Date: April 22nd
Time: 8pm CST
Location: #CMBNFavThings
Host: @CityMomsBlog

Our sponsors include: Phil & Teds, Mountain Buggy, HALO, Erin Condren, Dove Chocolate, Capri Blue Candles, MomAgenda, Shari’s Berries, Stella & Dot, Pandora Jewelry, Ellie, Lucy Darling Shop, Lambie & Me, gatheringwishes, Daisy Cakes, Shauna Niequist, MPIX, Freshly Picked and Citrus Lane, just to name a few!


All you need to do to join in on the fun is login to your Twitter account on Tuesday, April 22 at 8 pm CST, follow @CityMomsBlog and participate in the conversation by using the event hashtag, #cmbnfavthings. By doing so, you’ll have a chance to win some of our favorite things! Don’t have a Twitter account or have any idea what a tweet is? Don’t fret! Scroll down for our “A Twitter Party Guide for Beginners” info.

Don’t miss out on this awesome opportunity to win some really fantastic prizes! The Red Stick Moms Blog team will be tweeting away, and we can’t wait to SEE you there! And be sure to follow us on Twitter @RedStickMoms!


Never attended a Twitter Party before?  Read on for a beginners guide to Twitter Parties.


A Twitter Party Guide for Beginners:

  • Sign up for a FREE Twitter Account. If you don’t have one already, go to Twitter and get a free account. Click the yellow “Sign Up” button found on the right side of your screen. Twitter will then take you through the process of creating a new account. (To join a Twitter party or chat, you must NOT make your account protected/private, but rather accessible to everyone.)

  • Familiarize yourself with Twitter. Follow some of your friends or people/organizations you are interested in (Start by following @CityMomsBlog!). Send a few tweets, see how your timeline updates with new posts once you start to follow others.

  • Follow the Party Host : @CityMomsBlog

  • Follow the Party Hashtag : #CMBNFavThings. The hashtag is the key to this party. Think of it as a keyword (or phrase). Without it, this Twitter party won’t work. Each attendee must include #CMBNFavThings in each tweet sent in order to be “seen” and included in the party. Without it, your tweet is just a tweet and won’t be recognized as being part of the Twitter party. You might also consider using TweetChat to focus just on the conversation happening around our party.  To make it easy, TweetChat will automatically add the #CMBNFavThings party hashtag for you. Otherwise, you can search for the hashtag through the Twitter search feature, but this will require refreshing your browser to see the most recent tweets that use that hashtag.

  • Have Fun! Don’t worry about trying to view every tweet. Just sit back, say what’s on your mind, explore the brands being discussed and have fun!

  • How to Win. Throughout the hour long party, we’ll be devoting 2-3 minutes to each participating brand.  During that portion of the party, we encourage all attendees to tag the specific brand we’re highlighting and tell us what you think about their products, if you’re familiar with them or not.  Anyone that engages in conversation by tagging the sponsor and using our event hashtag, will be automatically entered for your chance to win that specific brand giveaway.


Angela is a stay-at-home, homeschooling mom to 4 children. She and her husband, Josh, were born and raised in Louisiana and love raising their kids around family and friends. They love exploring the outdoors, traveling, and playing sports. Angela loves to encourage other homeschooling moms and loves to advocate for getting kids off screens and outside.