PRESS COVERAGE & APPEARANCES
Television & Online Video:
: Today, USA Today, ABCNews.com, Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Washington Post, Washington Post, Huffington Post, Deseret News, Newsweek, US News & World Report, ABCNews.com, ABCNews.com, BuzzFeed, Boing Boing
Pregnancy, Parenting & Women’s media
: BabyCenter, The Today Show’s TodayMoms.com, Cafe Mom’s The Stir, Jezebel, iVillage, BabyCenter, Yahoo Shine! , She Knows, Blisstree, Lamaze’s Giving Birth With Confidence part 1 and part 2, The Motherhood, Babble, ParentDish, Aiming Low, More, Fit Pregnancy, Scholastic Parent & Child, Pregnancy, Cookie, Parenting.com’s More Must-Read Mom, Mommyish, Know More TV
: HIT Consultant, Everyday Health, Health.com: 12 Great Depression Blogs , Health.com: Who Gets Postpartum Depression, PBS, WebMD the Magazine, Sirius Doctor Radio, American Medical News (American Medical Association), Psych Central, Esperanza, Band Back Together
Social media … er … media
Social good media
Climb 2016 Coverage
The Antelope Valley Times, Little Hoboken, Chatham Courier, Eyewitness 11 News, Standard Examiner, New Mommy Media, , FM 100.3, Utah’s Noon News, Wicked Local Boxford, KSL, Carroll County Times, The Post, Rochester & Genesee Valley, KGW8, Baltimore Times, HJ News, ChekNews, Fox 13 Salt Lake City, Texomas Homepage, Herald Mail Media (Twice), Time Warner Cable News Antelope Valley, WRAL
SOCIAL MEDIA INFLUENCE
Postpartum Progress has a very loyal following, with an average of 320,000 pageviews per month. Katherine Stone has been ranked in the top 30 in both 2011 and 2012’s Top 100 Mom Blogs, a list created by Disney parenting site Babble. Katherine has more than 13,000 followers on Twitter (@postpartumprog), 2500+ on Instagram, and Postpartum Progress’ 28,000+ Facebook Fans have helped make itsPostpartum Progress Fan Page among the top 50 pregnancy Facebook pages according to Babble.
Postpartum Progress has been listed by a number of organizations among the top parenting, pregnancy and depression blogs in the United States. Katherine also was a 2011 BlogHer Voice of the Year, won the 2016 Iris Award, won a 2011 Media Award from Mental Health America, won the 2010 Bloganthropy Award for making a difference using social media, and was selected as a WebMD Health Hero in 2008. To see a full list, visit our Honors & Awards page.