Press

2011

06.24.2011
Forbes, Top 100 Websites for Women 2011 (dooce.com blurb here)

06.06.2011
Time.com, Best blogs of 2011. Also includes dooce.com as one of the five essential blogs to read. Profile here.

02.23.2011
New York Times Magazine, Queen of the Mommy Bloggers

02.2011
Babble.com, Heather was ranked at number four on Babble’s Top 50 2011 “mompreneurs” overall list and number one in Books & Media

01.18.2011
NPR, Marketplace, The power of the online product review

2010

11.03.2010
Babble.com, Top 50 Mom Blogs

04.03.2010
CNN, Blogger joins forces with Michelle Obama on work balance

03.18.2010
Dallas Observer, Moms Gone Wired: One Woman’s Journey Through the Mommy Blogosphere to Gain Parental Prowess and Free Stuff

02.03.2010
Daily Mail, Who’s WHO? The 25 web celebrities you’ve probably never heard of

02.03.2010
Forbes.com, The Web Celeb 25 (Heather is number 7!)

01.22.2010
New York Times, HGTV Scores Mega-Blogger Heather Armstrong, Dooce

2009

12.15.2009
babble.com, Babble’s Top 50 for 2009 Mommybloggers: Funniest

babble.com, #2 of the Babble “Best”

10.29.2009
CNN, 5 Twitter stars you’ve never heard of

07.15.2009
Forbes, The Most Influential Women In Media, Heather’s write up

Forbes, Dooce’s Dilemma

05.05.2009
The London Free Press (Canada), Mom’s Secret

04.30.2009
ABC 4, “On the Record

04.17.2009
CNN.com, Moms spill truth about motherhood

04.16.2009
Newsday.com – Parental Guidance, Mom blogger turned author Heather Armstrong

04.13.2009
AOL.com, The Parent Dish, Heather Armstrong on Parenting, PPD, and Her Love for Brad Pitt

04.12.2009
The New York Times, “Inside the List” (Heather’s book, It Sucked and Then I Cried, was number 16 on the 04.12.2009 New York Times Bestseller List.

04.08.2009
The Takeaway, Dooce blogger Heather B. Armstrong explains it all (to her kid that is)

04.06.2009
The Oprah Winfrey Show, “The Secret Lives of Moms”, originally aired April 6, 2009. Heather’s segment transcript is here

04.06.2009
National Post, Q & A with Heather B. Armstrong on blogs, babies and books

04.02.2009
Time.com, Dooce.com’s Heather Armstrong on Why Pregnancy Sucks

03.30.2009
BettyConfidential.com, dooce: It Sucked and Then I Cried

03.27.2009
New York Times Magazine: Motherlode, A Second Chance for Postpartum Depression

03.26.2009
USA Today, From baby to blog to memoir for Heather Armstrong

03.25.2009
USA Today, Book editors look to bloggers for possibilities

03.24.2009
Cookie Magazine, Cookie Sheet: Heather B. Armstrong

03.23.2009
St. Paul Pioneer Press, Internet’s most popular personal blogger talks about her new book

02.17.2009
Time, “25 Best Blogs 2009″

01.30.2009
Forbes, “The Web Celeb 25″ (for 2009)

01.23.2009
tubefilter news, “A Friday ‘Momversation’ With Heather Armstrong of dooce”

01.16.2009
Fast Company, “The Most Influential Women in Technology” under “The Bloggers”

2008

12.31.2008
PC Mag.com, Our Favorite Blogs

08.19.2008
Cookie Magazine, “confessions of a mommyblogger”

08.14.2008
New York Times, Woman to Woman, Online
International Herald Tribune, Marketers and Web sites hone in on women

08.06.2008
Chicago Tribune, Internet warnings for party animals and everyone else

07.23.2008
U.S. News & World Report, Why does Julia Allison Do It?

07.22.2008
San Francisco Chronicle, Mommybloggers’ turn their hobby into profits

04.10.2008
The Wall Street Journal, The Blogger Mom, In Your Face

03.10.2008
Wired, SXSW: Dooce Bags Top Honors at Bloggies

Winner, multiple bloggies:
Best Designed Weblog
Best American Weblog
Weblog of the Year
Lifetime Achievement

Also nominated for Best Writing of a Weblog and Best Photography of a Weblog

03.09.2008
The Guardian The Observer, “The world’s 50 most powerful blogs”

Ad Age, “JCPenney Feels the Marketing Power of Link Love”

2007

12.18.2007
Forbes,“The Web Celeb 25″ (Click here for the gallery)

11.26.2007
Salon Gift Guide

10.23.2007
Denver Post, “Mommy blogs prove market might”

10.19.2007
Computerworld, “Risk-taking blogs: Living on the edge”

08.05.2007
Boston Globe, “Many paths lead to dream jobs”

05.13.2007
San Jose Mercury News, “Five Questions for…” (News Bank link)

04.09.2007
New York Times, “A Call for Manners in the World of Nasty Blogs”

3.2007
Wired, issue 15.04, “START: Mr. Know-It-All”

Bloggies Nominations:
Best American Weblog
Best Writing of a Weblog
Weblog of the Year
Lifetime Achievement

01.09.2007
Entrepreneur, “Starting a Second Life Business”

2006

11.16.2006
The Economist (print edition), “Going Pro” abstract here
Tear sheet available upon request.

11.06.2006
The San Francisco Chronicle/SFGate.com, “The people who populate Web 2.0″

10.24.2006
Chicago Tribune, “I blog, therefore I am”, abstract here

09.27.2006
New York Times, “Blogging the Hand That Feeds You”

09.20.2006
Washington Post, “A Web of Exhibitionists” (also ran on MSNBC)

07.03.2006
InformationWeek, “Accidental Tech Entrepreneurs Turn Their Hobbies Into Livelihoods”

3.2006
Bloggies Nominations:
Best Writing of a Weblog
Weblog of the Year
Lifetime Achievement

03.27.2006
BusinessWeek, “You Are What You Post”

2005
07.25.2005
BBC News, “Digital Citizens: The blogger”

07.02.2005
ABC News Good Morning America, “Blogging: Group Therapy of the 21st Century?” (transcript link, video available upon legitimate press request)

06.20.2005
Time, “50 Coolest Websites: Blogs”

06.14.2005
USA Today, “Warning: Your clever little blog could get you fired”

03.14.2005
Winner, multiple Bloggies (Washington Post link here):
Best Writing of a Weblog
Best American Weblog
Best Tagline of a Weblog
Most Humorous Weblog

01.30.2005
New York Times, “Mommy (and Me)”