South Florida Mom Bloggers

Recap SFL Moms: Tips for Creating Quality, Engaging Content for Brands and Followers – March Meetup

A group of bloggers posing in front of Sokai Sushi Bar in The Falls

Once a month, the South Florida Mom Bloggers get together to learn to improve our craft, meet new people, and nurture friendships and business connections. This past Saturday we had the pleasure of having just such a meetup.

We met at Sokai Sushi Bar in the Falls where we indulged in delicious sushi and ceviche while we learned how to create quality, engaging content for brands and followers.

Small bowls of ceviche and a sushi boat on top of a table

Some of the bites we had to eat at Sokai Sushi Bar in The Falls.

Our expert panelists, Lily Ramirez, founder and content creator of Recetas Lily, and Alex Kassab, marketing manager of Morelia Gourmet Paletas gave us insight into creating quality content and shared tips on how to get followers to engage with our posts.

Alex Kassab and Lily Ramirez posing for a photo in front of a wall at Sokai Sushi Bar in The Falls

Alex Kassab (left) marketing manager of Morelia Gourmet Paletas and Lily Ramirez (right) founder and content creator of Recetas Lily.

Other topics that were covered included:

  • The characteristics of quality content
  • Creating content that is valuable to our followers
  • How to boost engagement on our posts
  • Tips to create content that has an impact
  • Ways to properly market the brands we work with
  • Learning to value the content you create
  • The best platform to use to get our message across
  • And how to structure our posts on social media to maximize engagement and make our posts easier for others to find.
Four people pose for a photo together

Left to right: Alex Kassab (panelist and marketing manager of Morelia Gourmet Paletas), Amaranta Martinez (Chapter Officer), Mariabe Maiello (Chapter Officer), and Lily Ramirez (panelist and content creator of Recetas Lily).

These meetups give us the knowledge we need to create a stronger brand and help us grow our network of support so we can all grow together.

Thanks to Camp Lingua we were able to learn and sip on our sangrias uninterrupted. (Seriously, Camp Lingua we can’t thank you enough.)

The event ended with some light bites, a little networking, and a goodie bag with some delicious Nani’s Healthy Food banana bread and Kepen Tea + Salads for dessert.

Hand holding a small container of banana bread

An open journal with a pen sitting on the spine with a pink paper cup labeled Kepen

We can’t wait to see you at next month’s event!


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Odalys Quevedo About Author

Odalys Quevedo is a copywriter, blogger, and content creator. She advocates for self-love and self-compassion. Her main goal is to connect with others through her writing. Join her on her journey through life and motherhood at her blog, and on Instagram at

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