Thursday, March 1, 2007

Women Make History While Promoting Their Products and Services!

"Looking repeatedly into the past, you do not necessarily become fascinated with your own life, but rather with the phenomenon of memory." Patricia Hampl

Women from around the world will make history when they participate in the Virtual Woman's Day™ Celebration taking place on Thursday, March 15, 2007.

There are at least four ways to promote your products, services, blog or personal webspace via the Virtual Woman's Day™ Celebration.

Want to have a link to your website with your name on the blog home page? All you have to do is register for the Virtual Woman's Day™ Online Conference - and you will be listed.

Want to promote your products and services, etc. during the Virtual Woman's Day™ Online Conference? This is on a first-come, space available basis. We have 27 slots available, so if you among the first 27 women to respond, you will be given the opportunity to share what you do with attendees of our conference. All showcasers will be asked to donate one prize to be given away during their showcase. Of course, showcasers are welcome to donate more than one prize :)! All contributors will be listed in the blog and email invitations (that go out to approximately 20,000 women around the world).

You can contribute a prize to our event and get your name out among attendees. Even if you are not among the first 27 women to respond, this is another excellent way to "showcase" your products and services.

Attend the Virtual Woman's Day™ Online Conference and network with other women around the globe - make great connections and share your resources.

If you submit an entry into the Virtual Woman's Day™ Song-writing Contest, you could have the opportunity to have your name mentioned in all promotional efforts.

If you are planning an event during Women's History Month that is open to the public, be sure and list it on the Women’s Online Calendar. It's free!

And by the way, the Virtual Woman's Day™ Online Conference is also FREE! Don't wait - sign up today!

Looking forward to seeing you and celebrating Virtual Woman's Day™ with you!

Warmest regards,

Heidi and Suzannah

1 comment:

GreenOrionSlaveGirl said...

I thought Virtual Woman was a trademark of CyberPunk Software. I remembered my brother playing this game as a child and looked it up...they still seem to be in business. Are you affiliated with them in some way or bought the trademark from them?