Kimberly Turner @kimberlyaturner Helps Moms Succeed

At age 16, Kimberly Turner was on her way to becoming a statistic. An unmarried teenage mom with few prospects, she scraped by with little income but somehow managed to finish college.

She graduated college with a nursing degree, but after marrying her husband, a Marine, the family began to move around frequently, making it harder for Turner, with a growing brood that would eventually include four children, to work outside the home.

“As much as I adore my children and feel so fortunate to stay home, I still had an unfulfilled need to achieve in the business world,” she said. She believes other stay-at-home moms feel the same.

Still itching to find a way to make her mark, Turner discovered marketing and the Internet and everything clicked. See her post that reached the front page of BizSugar recently entitled “Don’t Be Afraid to Share Your Secrets.”

“After a quick learning curve, I had established a blog, an online business presentation, a Facebook page, and every other social media outlet to market and grow my business,” she recalls.

Today, Turner blogs at KimberlyTurnerOnline.com were she shares business and blogging tips and personal development for other stay-at-home moms, trying to encourage other mompreneurs just like her to fulfill their dreams.

She also offers a free training program helping work-from-home moms learn the art of vlogging as a tool for marketing online.

Turner says finding the BizSugar community has been another important milestone in her career.

“Having Bizsugar as a resource to learn from other successful business owners, as well as give back to their readers, has been one of my favorite discoveries!” she says. “Bizsugar has endless resources to add to my knowledge base. What I’ve learned from BizSugar has opened up a new line of traffic to my site, and given me the opportunity to connect with other people just like me! It’s a win-win situation! I’m a life long learner always searching for new information, techniques, and strategies.”

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17 Responses to “Kimberly Turner @kimberlyaturner Helps Moms Succeed”


  1. Congrats Kimberly on changing your life from what could of been considered to be a negative statistic to a positive one!
    I also agree with you that BizSugar is a great resource to learn from other successful business owners, as well as giving back to their readers.

    1. Kimberly says:

      Thanks Ashley! You really can take control of your life and make the changes necessary if you put your mind to it!

  2. Congratulations Kimberly! It is fascinating to see how mompreneurs have become an important new business category in the blogosphere!

    1. Kimberly says:

      For sure Martin! It’s exciting to see moms getting out there!

  3. Amanda says:

    Congrats Kimberly! Great to get to know you a bit more.

    1. Kimberly says:

      Thank you Amanda! I look forward to getting to know you and so many more BizSugar peeps!

    1. Kimberly says:

      Thank you so much Valentine! I really enjoyed sharing my story. I hope it has inspired others to follow their dreams and not to ever give up!

  4. Hi Kimberly,

    Thanks for being a loyal member of BizSugar. And nice to meet you!

    I, too, consider myself a lifelong learner, so your comment about that really struck a chord with me.

    Anita

    1. Kimberly says:

      Thanks for sharing that with me Anita! I really do love learning new things! There’s always room for growth, right! :)

  5. BizRock says:

    Congrats Kimberly! :)

  6. Sara says:

    I love ya girl. You do awesome things for so many people. Thanks for everything.

    1. Thanks Sara! It’s been a pleasure! I love what I do!

  7. My partner and I stumbled over here coming from a different
    website and thought I should check things out.
    I like what I see so now i’m following you. Look forward to looking at your web page yet again.

  8. Hi Kimberly

    Well story about small business.

    Thanks,
    Kevin

  9. Sterling says:

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    thoroughly enϳоying your blog.

    I too am an aspiring blog blοggeг but I’m still new to the whole thing. Do you have any tips and hints for first-time blog writers? I’d
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  10. D. Dixon says:

    I love stories like yours. Congratulations on learning to redefine and expand yourself. I know a lot of women, are looking to make their mark. I know I am and it’s quite a journey!

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