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By Guest Blogger, Donna DeClemente, Donna's Promo Talk Another new report has come out that gives insights into "What Women Want", from the web that is. We want many things of course, but not all from the same source. I find it interesting to read these reports and compare how... Read more →

Hot off the presses from my inbox, this announcement from She Writes, the premier destination for women writers - a contest for emerging authors and members of She Writes, who have a non-fiction book project in the works. The site founders, Kamy Wicoff and Deborah Siegel , hand-picked a team... Read more →

If you ever find me committing one of these grammar/spelling/punctuation errors, please throw rocks at me. Seriously. I am so astonished by otherwise intelligent writers who apparently did not graduate second grade. Or, if they did graduate second grade, have since forgotten everything they learned about writing. (and I am... Read more →

By Guest Blogger, Donna DeClemente, Donna's Promo Talk Disney's Toy Story 3 hit the movie theaters this past weekend and dominated the box office with a record-breaking $1.3 billion debut for North America. I haven't seen it yet, but the trailer does look adorable and the critics all seem to... Read more →

I've written about this before but not in detail. The Accounting Degree site at this link has compiled a list of 100 Best Blogs for Women in Business. I am proud that Lip-sticking is one of them but in reality many, many of the others are worth your time, regardless... Read more →

Worth a mention: The Kenneth Cole Foundation, a philanthropic, not-for-profit org that "inspires social change and encourages everyone to look good by doing good" has launched an online customer T-shirt store. Most of this information is from a press release sent to me by the PR firm representing Kenneth Cole,... Read more →

By Guest Blogger, Donna DeClemente, Donna's Promo Talk Last week I was invited to attend a bi-annual group meeting of the Renaissance Executive Forums (REF) of Upstate New York. If you're not familiar with REF they bring together top executives from non-competing companies of similar size that act as each... Read more →