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Hear Ye, Hear Ye: Ms. Tinu Takes Over as WGB Editor

by Shonali Burke on October 3, 2011

 

Ye faithful WGB readers, thank you for sticking with us the last couple of weeks! I know some of you have been scratching your heads, wondering where, oh where, did your content go?

We didn’t fall into a black hole, exactly, but as we were undergoing the editorial transition, we… ok, we fell into a black hole.

I’m sorry! We’ll try to do better the next time!

But we’re back now and I’m absolutely thrilled to be able to tell you that effective immediately, Tinu Abayomi-Paul is the new editor of Women Grow Business.

Tinu really needs no introduction. She’s been a stalwart of the WGB community from Day 1, not just with her terrific blog contributions, but has brought tremendous value to our community via last year’s Women Grow Business bootcamp, her regular participation in our monthly Twitter chats as well as other social properties, and, all in all, is just the bee’s knees.

(Do bees have knees? If they did, and assuming they were fantabulous, them’s Tinu for you.)

Here’s her official bio:

Tinu rescues web sites from obscurity and shows business people how to generate leads and traffic from the web. Founder of Free Traffic Tips and Ask Tinu, she is widely published online as an ever effective, end-to-end website promotion specialist — on Web Pro News, Search Engine Guide, and more. Ready to engage on Twitter as @tinu, she’s known to say: “You can’t knock my hustle.”

But really, Tinu is so much more than that, and I can’t wait to see the new heights she will take Women Grow Business to.

Please do join me in congratulating and welcoming your new editor – Tinu Abayomi-Paul!

Former Women Grow Business editor Shonali Burke is the award-winning principal of Shonali Burke Consulting, where she turns your communication conundrums into community cool. Adjunct faculty for Johns Hopkins’ MA/Communication program, she publishes Waxing UnLyrical under the watchful eyes of Chuck, Suzy Q. and Lola, her three rescue dogs. Her long-suffering husband has accepted that Shonali can most often be found on Twitter.

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