If you’re an ardent fan of Women Grow Business, as I am (d’oh), you probably think of this blog community as your safe place (or at least one of them). A place you can come to unwind, learn and get to know other stellar women in business like yourself – or like you one day hope to be. In short, it’s your women entrepreneur community.
Thanks to the efforts of founding editor Jill Foster and unwavering support from Network Solutions, this delightful community has received some pretty awesome recognition to date. Remember the Forbes honor (listed among the top blogs by women for marketing and social media)? Not to mention several extremely well-deserved individual honors and mentions for Jill and many of our contributors.
There was a lot of Women Grow Business love going around last year… and we loved it.
I’m thrilled that this year is continuing in the same vein. So in case you missed them, I wanted to share a couple of unique mentions we’ve received recently:
Wally Bock listed us as a resource for women in business on his Three Star Leadership blog – referred by a delighted reader, no less (thank you, Anne Perschel).
And earlier this month, we were listed on the 100 best blogs for women in business at AccountingDegree.com.
More ways you can share the love, if you’d be willing:
- Write for us!
- Plunk a Women Grow Business badge on your blog or site
- Join the Women Grow Business LinkedIn group (and start a conversation), follow us on Twitter (and talk to us), or join our Amplog and help share your WGB resources with the world
Or if you’d rather be a strong but silent supporter – that’s ok too. Either way – thank you!
Shonali Burke is editor of Women Grow Business and one of the country’s leading business communicators, who was named to PRWeek’s inaugural top “40 Under 40″ list of US-based PR professionals. She specializes in creating and implementing integrated (online and off), results-based, measurable communication programs for clients both large and small at Shonali Burke Consulting. An accredited business communicator, she is also Adjunct Faculty at Johns Hopkins University’s M.A. in Communications program and active in the local communications community as President of IABC/DC Metro. Talk to her via her blog, Waxing UnLyrical or Twitter.Google+