Share Your Favorite Social Media Sites Focused on Women!

February 4, 2009

I have spent much of my time on this blog sharing with you all of the articles and information that I have read—with the hope that it will help you better find ways to build one-to-one marketing strategies and channels.

I want to hear from you! What are some of your favorite  social media sites for women and business? What are some of your favorite social media sites that are focused on women in general? I look forward to hearing about some of your favorite blogs, best posts, sites and articles. As they come in I will feature these sites in my regular posts and let everyone one know who selected them!

Best Nicole

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Innovate Like Chris Rock

February 3, 2009

I am the girl who is always looking to be challenged and grow. How does one do that in a way that stretches you? That lets you test the waters in a way that allows for innovation? For me, that means taking risks—putting myself out there in a way that still affords me a lifeline as I discover which risks are worth taking and which ones lead to dead ends. I especially love the ones go no where—as they allow me to see that by taking another approach I can help our business continue to be creative, innovative and unique in our offering at a time when everyone is looking to find a niche that keeps them in the game.
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For the love of print in the age of social media.

November 30, 2008

The other day, I had a discussion with Nicole (my partner in crime) regarding her “Twitter as a news source” post. As our chat wore on, we eventually made our way to a comment she made about her exec friend’s desire to get PR within the printed pages of Canada’s most reputable national paper, The Globe and Mail.
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Strategy is Key When Building a Social Media Campaign.

November 17, 2008

Social media now has the attention of many companies these days. Everyone is trying to figure out how to leverage and court the customers they want while providing them with the fuel and fire to become brand evangelists. Most companies forget that understanding the innovators, influencers, critics, spectators and those who choose not to participate at all should become a part of the concepts and format they need to develop in order to engage their target audience.
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Charter For Compassion

November 15, 2008

With a background and passion for fashion and lifestyle trends, I read many blogs and ezines. Each week I receive a report from Splendora Style Forecast. Amongst the usual celebrity fashion sightings and alerts to some of fashion’s more fabulous things, Gina Pell, content chief and founder, writes and brings attention to some phenomenal issues that beautifully meld with the goings on in the world of lifestyle, fashion and culture.
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Linking Customers to Sell More Clothes

November 13, 2008

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We are going to try to provide all sorts of examples of great branding at the same time we discuss the problems, concerns and ways that companies do not speak to women or consumers in a way that encourages them to become brand evangilists.
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Let Us all Eat, Drink, Dream and Live for Chocolate!

November 12, 2008

I attended the opening of a new restaurant chocolate lounge last night. The theme and star of the show was chocolate in as many forms as you can imagine: drinks, truffles, sandwiches of mango, strawberry and chocolate, truffles filled with caramel and salt accompanied by champagne, guava martini’s with a spicy kick, and cognac.
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