By Guest Blogger, Donna DeClemente, Donna's Promo Talk There has been much written in the news about Pinterest lately. It's now the third most-visited social-networking site in the United States, according to a report recently released by Experian Marketing Services. Pinterest ranks behind only Facebook and Twitter in terms of... Read more →

Article by Chloe Spencer While I was doing research for my Huffington Post article I was writing on the fur industry and why you should buy faux fur, I came across a site called Fabulous-Furs. But the furs on this site were faux, and looked just as real as their... Read more →

by Yvonne DiVita Interesting article on women in business, in India - do they know something we don't? Women’s Leadership Programs Missing Key Elements; Could Mean Missed Opportunities for India Inc., New Catalyst Study Finds Key findings of this report include: Fewer than 50 percent of companies held managers accountable... Read more →

by Yvonne DiVita It's true - women make friends for life. Even when we lose track of old friends - moving away, changing lifestyle (going from single to married or back again), we remember those friends fondly and often wish we could get back together. I am fortunate to have... Read more →

From a BFF over at All the Single Girl Friends, Lip-sticking brings you: Blazes New Trails with Its Redesigned Site for Women Who Love Comedy: New Features Make It Even Easier to Find Fresh, Funny Content that Makes Women Laugh Recognized by many as a pioneering site for women... Read more →

by Yvonne DiVita These are the 'ideas' that keep me going... share and share alike, if they also resonate with you. "Do what you can, where you are, with what you have." ~ Unknown. This is on a small plaque on the bookcase near my desk. "We are remembered not... Read more →

by Yvonne DiVita My friend, Maureen Berkner Boyt, shared a great post with her inner circle, recently. Maureen is one of those women who understand the bricoleur concept - the one that requires you to "do what you can, where you are, with what you have." Maureen doesn't let anything... Read more →

by Yvonne DiVita I was invited to participate in The Girl Effect Campaign with Tara Mohr (and hundreds of others) a few weeks ago and I jumped at it! How could I not? This isn't just a passing fad or some new fashion statement. It's not a long post whining... Read more →

guest post by Amanda DiSilvestro @businessdotcom As a woman, you would assume marketing to women would be simple. Believe it or not, this does not always come easy to men or to women when it comes to creating company campaigns. Many marketing departments have set their sights on social media,... Read more →