Mompreneur Books

Mompreneurs® Online

The Web puts moms at the control panel of their work/family lives. With a computer and a little ingenuity, you can build an Internet-based, kid-friendly business in the comfort of your home. In Mompreneurs® Online, Patricia Cobe and Ellen H. Parlapiano — both longtime work-from-home moms — offer advice on how to use the Web to get an at-home business up and running, take an existing business online, or find a company that allows you to telecommute.

Work At Home On The Internet Guide by Mompreneurs

Learn How To:

  • Target the hottest, most family-friendly Web businesses
  • Discover the business that best suits your needs and talents
  • Maximize your online money-making potential with innovative marketing strategies
  • Build a dynamic website — one that will keep visitors coming back again and again
  • Network online with other mompreneurs®


“What a terrific book for all those moms out there who want to stay at home and start their own Web businesses. All you need is a computer, an idea, and this book to guide you every step of the way. Learn how other moms did it, get inspired, and get going!”
–Judith Nolte, editor-in-chief, American Baby magazine

“A must-read for the mom who wants to have the best of both worlds: quality time with her kids and productive time with her home-based business.”
–Aliza P. Sherman, founder of Cybergrrl and Webgrrls, and author of Powertools for Women in Business: 10 Ways to Succeed in Life and Work

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The Original Mompreneurs®

Child Magazine called it “The Bible for Work-at-Home Moms.” Mompreneurs®: A Mother’s Practical Step-by-Step Guide to Work-at-Home Success gives you the tools and inspiration to start a home business and run it successfully. It will show you how to:


  • Turn your skills into a profitable work-at-home opportunity
  • Separate “work” time from “mom” time through realistic boundaries
  • Recognize you may need child care, even though you are home
  • Make a smooth transition from corporate to home office
  • Deal with colleagues who don’t think you really work
  • Create an efficient work space
  • Explore the legalities of working from home
  • Plan and organize your time
  • Network effectively