Earlier this year was a big rebranding for me: I moved KidBloggersClub.com to TheTeenBlogger.com I was growing up. I was now officially a “teen”–whatever that’s supposed to mean. As Muslims, we don’t celebrate our birthdays, so age is irrelevant–most of the time. However, I cannot deny that many things did become available to me once I turned 13, and even more so when I turned 14.
Most recently, I am thinking of permanently letting it go to focus on some other projects I care for more passionately. This is neither the time nor the place to discuss this.
Anyways, growing up doesn’t mean I have a change of heart. I have not forgotten what is most important: being Muslim. The topic of young Muslim Americans’ identities is one of controversy. A controversy I’d rather not be a part of.
So, I proudly share what I believe in when people curiously ask what’s “that thing” on my head. And I passionately answer them urging them to comment, “You’re so confident in your beliefs.” Masha’Allah.
So, not forgetting who I am; I have not forgotten about you. A few years ago, my mother was thinking of letting go of American Muslim Mom, but my sisters and I convinced her otherwise. Instead of letting it go, she revived it. She actually gave me full creative and technical reign over its rebranding. So, I want to give you something too.
I would love to give each of you a gift, but that would be very hard. So, instead, one (1) of you will be able to win my largest design/development package. You can view the details here.
Calling All Muslim Mommy Bloggers
The truth is, after all these years of designing, I have yet to design for a Muslim, let alone a Muslim mommy. I know it’s a big investment if you’re not blogging professionally. Even when I became a pro-blogger, mommy invested $500 in my design and branding back in 2009. That’s why I thought my student rates would be a no-brainer for Muslim mommies in the world, however that wasn’t the case.
Yet, I know from working with dozens of name brands, like Chilli, Hasbro, World Book Encyclopedia, etc. it’s a huge disservice to have a poor amateur design if you’re serious about making money online.
This was one of the biggest reasons I told my momI wanted to host this Giveaway during Ramadan. I see this as my little bit of sadaqah: my time as an investment in your blog, your brand, and your business!
My largest package is priced at $297 (which I am constantly told I must increase) making it the largest prize available for you to win this Ramadan. The truth is, this price has already been raised twice in the past 3-months because I started getting so busy. So, I was advised to increase my prices to slow down and to attract more serious clients.
IMPORTANT NOTES: You must have a WordPress or Blogger blog. If you have blogger, you must be willing to have me convert/transfer your blog to WordPress ($47 value). Ideally you should own your own domain name and be self-hosted to gain the most from my services. You can participate if you’re hosted on a free WordPress site, but you are fully aware that this is not recommended. Also, you do not have be to a Muslim Mommy blogger.
So, do you want a new, beautiful, responsive and professional website/blog design? Then, this giveaway is for you!
Ramadan Special: 25% Off.
If you purchase any blog design package by Saturday, July 26, 2014, I will honor 25% Off. You must contact me via my Contact Page here, state which package you want, share your current url (blog address), and pay for services before the 26th to secure this discounted rate. All clients are on a first-come first-served basis.
Ultimate Web Design Giveaway Contest – Value $297
Any resident in any country worldwide, and of any age, with the permission of adult guardian or parent.