Danielle Smith is the founder and primary author of ExtraordinaryMommy.com, a website designed to remind moms of the extraordinary work they do on a daily basis. With a background as an award-winning anchor and reporter, Smith has now turned her attention to video and vlogging, Online TV and Radio hosting. She is thrilled to have joined the team at Bliss TV as both host and producer. As a result of her work on ExtraordinaryMommy.com, she has appeared on The CBS Early Show, CNN, Fox News, and NPR as well as on local St. Louis and Memphis new stations. Most recently, Smith could be seen working as a correspondent from the Winter Olympic Games in Vancouver, on behalf of Procter & Gamble. Smith is a public speaker and has traveled to give talks on social media, ways to engage online, video and vlogging, blogger –brand relationships and cause marketing. She has worked extensively with a number of large brands including Procter & Gamble, Con Agra, HP, Office Max, Microsoft-Bing, and Sprig Toys. Smith is also a contributing author to the book, The Internet Mommy, as well as to additional blogs and websites. She is, most importantly, Mommy to two sweet and sassy small people and wife to a wonderful (and hilarious) guy.
We will be updating this blog post shortly to include our exclusive interview with Danielle that will be available for download from iTunes.
In the meantime, check out one of Danielle’s video’s on the 5 most requested or talked about tips for Vlogging. There are many more where this came from and each one is just as important, so I highly recommend you check them all out!
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