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Work and Web Women Every day women are leaving their 9-5 jobs, turning dreams of working at home into stories of real success. Once a nine-to-fiver and now self-employed, I know all about the joys and pains of being a work at home mom. Unlike working for someone else, self-employment often requires long hours and little pay. However, for those of us who have a genuine passion for what we do and stick to the dream, the end result is so sweet!
I decided to create the Work and Web Women eBook, as a free and very informative look into what the Work and Web Women website / vision is all about. In this guide, I do more than simply talk about the site. It includes information about some of my favorite social networks for women entrepreneurs and work at home moms. It also includes information about Ad Networks for Women, Business Blogs, and web tools plus several of my most popular internet marketing articles.
From Making friends on Myspace to Turning Cash in to Clicks, you can read these articles and more in the Work and Web Women guide. If you are a women entrepreneur interested in building your business online or learning how to work the web, this is the eBook for you. Download a copy to day and feel free to share it with friends!
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I have quite a few social networks for Black Women and Women Entrepreneurs in general so I thought it would be a good idea to house them in one place. This month marks the beginning of my latest site - Black Women Network (http://blackwomenetwork.com) - on which I share all the social networks and online communities that I created for my fellow savvy sistas online. Listen to the podcast for more details....
In addition to creating my own Ad Websites - The Black Girl Click Ad Network, I regularly look for ad networks and affiliate programs created by or for women. My target audience is women, so ad networks that cater to women tend to be the best places to promote my work. And on the flip site, their affiliate programs often have great ads that cater to women and moms. So, in this latest edition of work and web women I share with you a few of these ad spaces designed with women in mind in addition to plugging me own.
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Turn Your Niche Into a Network, the information packed howto guide for web entrepreneurs is on sale only on the Work and Web Women website. This eBook explains how to start your site with limited web experience, how to create your own directory, create and market a blog or social network, and more. With tips and tricks on how to build your niche for profit or pleasure, this eBook is a must have for online entrepreneurs. Click here to learn more or to get your copy today.
It seems like only yesterday, when I was sitting at my computer desperately searching for other 'Web Women of Color'; business savvy ladies who were as glued to their computers as I was, blogging, making websites, and searching for new ways to make money online. My search inspired me to create the Sistas Makin Money page on myspace, which eventually gave me the idea to start Black Business Women Online, a network for Women Entrepreneurs of Color. Only a few months in the making and Black Business Women Online has turned into a network of almost 2700 women entrepreneurs. From Side Hustle Sistas to established Business Owners, the BBWO network is overflowing with women entrepreneurs who are not just promoting their own businesses, but supporting other women so more Black Women can turn their dreams into business ventures. And their are so many different types of business women on BBWO. Clothing Line Owners, Singers, Publishers, Authors, Event Planners, Bloggers, Web Designers, Magazine Creators, Actors, Preachers, Life Coaches, Cooks, Radio Hosts, Djs, Lawyers, Work at Home Moms, Cosmetic and Beauty Product Makers... the list is practically endless. I love the diversity of the group and the fact that we have a space to talk about our issues as Black Women, Moms, and Business Owners. Wanting this network to be more than simply a bulletin board of Ads, I've worked hard to encourage a strong sense of community on BBWO. Members are sharing advice, real business information, buying each other's products, and tapping into our own network of business services as a way to recycle black dollars back into our community. My eyes water ever single time a new member tells me how much being apart of BBWO has changed their lives. So many women are amazed to find a network like this, and I feel so blessed to have created it. Being able to not only build my own business, but work with other women who are doing their own thing, has truly been a win win for me. I just wanted to take a moment to let you know about the Sistas Making Money on my network: Black Business Women Online. I look forward to seeing it grow even bigger in the near future. http://sistapreneurs.ning.com -Lashanda Henry