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LinkedIn isn't new. Yet, too many of us don't know how to use it as effectively as we should. Steve Tylock, a local friend, has a book all about using LinkedIn: The LinkedIn Personal Trainer - and I was lucky enough to talk to him recently, to get some inside... Read more →

Thanks go to Andrea Learned for the quote in the title of this post. I was at her blog recently, Learned On... and not only did that quote stick with me, but her commentary on Slate's XX Factor spin-off Double X, was thought-provoking. Learned wonders what they're thinking at Slate... Read more →

The idea that a woman's breasts are sexual in nature is as old as time, itself. Or, at least as old as civilization - which changed the dress code on us back in the day. Certainly, our ancient foremothers... and forefathers, didn't look at women's breasts as much more than... Read more →

By Guest Blogger, Mary Schmidt, Marketing Troubleshooter Tuesday night I stuck it out, right through the very last ball. I'm normally not into all that sort of frou-frou, but this was President and First Lady Obama. And, being a woman, I KNOW how tiring and downright painful it is to... Read more →

by Guest Blogger, Donna DeClemente, Donna's Promo Talk What a day yesterday was. It was a historical day full of excitement and emotion. Plus it was a day that you just couldn't keep away from the online media and social networking world. It was hard to keep my mind focused... Read more →

My friend Ben Rudnick, is THE expert on search engine optimization (SEO). Seriously, this guy knows more about SEO than anyone I know. I met Ben at a conference and, in the back of the room, in hushed tones, Ben taught me more about SEO than 10-plus years of working with and for internet-related companies. The dude’s brain is that serious–and not just because he’s my friend (I have a lot of dear friends that don’t know crap about technology). Read more →

Last week I attended a local NAWBO event to hear Lauren Dixon of Dixon-Schwabl speak. Little did I know what a treat I was in for! Lauren is part of the Womens Entrepreneur's Blog at Simon, sponsored by the Simon Graduate School of Business, in Rochester, NY. Her posts at... Read more →