Apparently some of our menfolk still don’t get this, but if there’s one thing we know -and love – about ourselves, it’s that we women like to talk.
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We do a lot of that here, over at Women Grow Business, which is what makes it fun, don’t you think? Apart from useful, of course (and I hope you think we’re useful!).
Well, now we’re taking that to another level.
On April 12, we’re kicking off our very first Twitterchat for the #wgbiz community, which will take place on a monthly basis (the second Monday of every month).
Just as we do at this blog, we’ll chat about issues women entrepreneurs face, take questions on particular topics, and talk about anything and everything we need to grow as women entrepreneurs… and women.
I’m tickled, thrilled and triumphant that our very own Tinu Abayomi-Paul (how’s that for alliteration?) will join us as our featured guest on April 12.
To put it mildly, Tinu’s a social media powerhouse.
Who better to talk about the benefits of inbound marketing someone who has the bona fides to show us how to generate leads and traffic from the WWW? The founder of Free Traffic Tips? I mean, why wouldn’t you ask Tinu?
As she’s been known to say, you “can’t knock her hustle.”
All you have to do to follow along or participate is jump on Twitter and watch (and/or use) the #wgbiz hashtag (that hashtag’s important, since it will allow us to capture all chat-related tweets in a post-chat transcript).
After all, there’s nothing we women like better than a good chat, is there?
Do spread the word among your cohorts, and I look forward to chatting in a week!
- Tinu on the limits of social networking surrogacy
- How to set up a successful partnership from Monika Jansen over at Grow Smart Business
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+