"The WE Magazine for women is one of the best resources I have read in a long time. The topics covered are timely, well written and on target for any woman who is seeking valuable information on how to succeed in today's competitive market. The article on building wealth is one that any woman can benefit from. I would highly recommend this publication. Kudos to founder and publisher, Heidi Richards.” Kathleen Gage, Turning Point Presents
The Spring Issue of WE magazine for women is now online and ready to view. WE magazine for women focuses on the total women. In addition to women who want to learn more about doing business on and off the WEB, WE’s audience consists of women who want to explore great destinations, improve their outlook on life, learn quick and easy ways to get and stay healthy, fine out about the latest technology gadgets and information, become inspired as they read about women making a difference in the world and even ideas for great entertaining and socializing.
Read what some of our readers have to say:
“WOW! Your new magazine is PHENOMENAL, Absolutely beautiful and chock full of great information. Love the light blue background and simple layout. It's easy on the eyes and easy to read. So many digital publications have so much stuff all over, you don't where to look first. You've done it right.” Lynn Meyer, Public Relations Director – Small Business Trends
“Heidi... this is great! I'm already receiving inquiries, thank you so much for including me.” Dina Giolotti, Wordfeeder.com
“Thank you for creating WE – an online magazine that helps women connect…find their true passion and fulfill their potential.” Nicole Wild, CMP - Executive Director, The Women's Alliance
The difference between WE and other magazines for women are the stories of the women found in each issue. These women are not necessarily “household names” around the globe or even in the country in which they reside. WE focuses on women who are making a difference in their part of the world – in many cases unsung heroines. The professions and people these women represent crosses a multitude of industries and geographic locations. The articles are written by women. With one exception. WE has a Column entitled ‘In His Words,’ and features contributing editors from around the globe who support and promote the work women do and in many cases work along side.
To read the Spring Issue, visit: http://www.wecai.org/WeMagazineSpring.pdf
Heidi Richards, Publisher & Editor-in-Chiefhttp://www.wecai.org/ - “Helping Women Do Business on and off the WEB™”
In case you didn't catch the first issue, here's the link: http://www.wecai.org/we%20magazine.pdf