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Bright Mountain Media, Inc's Wholly Owned Subsidiary, Wild Sky Media, Launches MomLife Community
Moms Wield An Astounding $2 Trillion In Spending Power And Hold Sway Over More Than 85% Of Household Purchase Decisions . The MomLife panel gives brands unparalleled access to moms across the US.
By: Bright Mountain Media
MomLife will give brands direct access to the ultimate influencer: Mom
Moms wield an astounding $2 trillion in spending power and hold sway over more than 85% of household purchase decisions. With MomLife, Wild Sky Media is giving brands the opportunity to tap into this powerful demographic and gain insights that will help them better understand and serve their customers.
MomLife is an always-on panel of moms who are actively engaging with the Big Village team, each other, and clients around topics related to money, career, child-raising, aging parents, health & wellness, shopping, passions, lifestyles, and more.
"We are thrilled to launch MomLife and provide brands with the opportunity to gain insights from the most influential consumer in the household," said Bright Mountain Media CEO, Matt Drinkwater. "MomLife utilizes our unique power to combine insights and community to help brands better understand the needs and wants of moms and their families, and ultimately create product and services that meet their needs."
MomLife is a private, secure community of moms who are eager to share their experiences and perspectives.
About Bright Mountain Media
Bright Mountain Media, Inc. (BMTM) unites a diverse portfolio of companies to deliver a full spectrum of advertising, marketing, technology, and media services under one roof—fused together by data-driven insights. Bright Mountain Media's brands include Big Village Agency, Big Village Insights, Wild Sky Media, and Bright Mountain LLC. For more Information, please visit https://brightmountainmedia.com/
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Matt Drinkwater, CEO