Friday, June 27, 2008

Systematize Your Success Audio is Now Live

Today I had the pleasure of introducing the men behind to listeners of our periodic WECAI Chats.

Alexander and Donald shared many wonderful case studies about how "big companies" systematize their processes and how it lead to their being considered models in their respective industries. Companies like McDonalds and how they train teenagers to "serve it up", how Debbie Fields started selling her famous cookies by marketing on streetcorners and making the recipes and then creating a duplicatable process to prepare them, that can be taught to just about anyone, how Martha Stewart is doing better than ever because she has can replicate the secrets to her success over and over again.

These were just a few of the examples they shared. Alexander talked about creating the right team and Joint venture partnerships, masterminds and more.

In the end they made the listeners an offer of a free half-hour strategy session to find out the next steps we need to take to systematize our success. And I wanted to offer it to you here. And share the link to the audio file.

Visit Systematize Your Success to listen to the free business audio (mp3) recording.

If you too would like to have a free half-hour strategy session with Alexander and Donald, sign up at Tell them Heidi sent you!

Wishing you continued success as you build your businesses and learn more ways to leverage the tools provided by the Women's eCommerce Association.

Heidi Richards Mooney

Tuesday, June 24, 2008

Systematize Your Success June 26

Systematize Your Success June 26th Complementary Teleseminar/Webinar Event

Join us on Friday June 26th at 12 noon Eastern time (11 AM Central, 10 AM Mountain, 9 AM Pacific) Topic: Systematize Your Success: How to Create The System, Team, and Momentum For Business Success with Alexander Alperovich (Author of books such as "Go Fast Networking" and "") and Donald Kubelka (Director of Development at Success Building Systems
Network, Inc).

Alexander Alperovich is the President of Success Building Systems Network, Inc. the new web based business creation company. Alexander has over 20 years experience in building businesses, real estate, and investments. He has worked under the teutalage of some of the top internet marketers including Joe Polish, Loral Langemeier, Dan Kennedy, and Jay Abraham.

A Russian immigrant himself, Alexander is also putting together the Immigrant Success Network to help other immigrants reach new heights in their own success. He is a sought after expert on the subjects of networking and brainstorming for fun and profit.

Author of books such as "Go Fast Networking" and "", he enjoys meeting new people, showing them how to get the most out of their current relationships, and connecting them together with new friends and business partners.

Donald Kubelka is Director of Development at Success Building Systems Network, Inc. Donald has over 25 years experience in publishing, computers, and business development. Some of the clients Donald has worked with include ACX, The Gallup Poll, Merrill Lynch,, Inc. and the National Visa Registry.

An author, publisher, programmer, and entrepreneur, Donald has authored over a dozen books, written several important programs including a global conference calling system, an automated publishing system, and most recently a business creation system. He is a sought-after expert on the subject of using Intellectual Property for personal and professional branding, and how to use automation to build business systems.

A published author and speaker, Donald also teaches individuals how to dramatically increase the value of their Intellectual Properties. He holds degrees in Government, Psychology and Divinity from Los Angeles Valley College, California State University at Northridge, and Oral Roberts University.

During this session, Alexander and Donald will share their experiences and other people's examples of how having a semi-automated system, and professional team can help you gain and grow the momentum your business needs for ultimate success. They will talk about the best ways to systematize and automate your current processes, some of the best tools currently available and how to use them, common mistakes people make when setting up their systems and teams, how you can use your own system to explode your success geometrically, and more!

There are two ways to attend this session: In our Web Conference Room or our Teleconference Bridge Line.

To gain access to either of these, send a message to with "RSVP 1st Fridayz" in the subject line and you will receive instructions via email response.

*These sessions are being recorded and will be made available to our Charter, Charter Elite and Lifetime Members of the Women's eCommerce Association (after the sessions) as well as all guests who are online orin our conference room during these interviews.

To find the time and date in your area, visit

Hope to see you there!


Heidi Richards, Founder & CEO – The WECAI Network -

Tuesday, June 17, 2008

Let's Celebrate Baby Boomer Diva Day Together

If you're a professional woman with a book or product, give us an opportunity to purchase from you on Friday, June 20.

This is the day we are celebrating who we are as women---as women who are on the move and making a difference! June 20 is the 2nd annual celebration of Baby Boomer Diva Day.

Showcase your product for 15 minutes for the very low price of $10. A few vendor slots still left.

Also, there will be plenty of prize giveaways with special guest speaker, Heidi Richards, who will discuss how blogging can turn into $$$ for your business or product in her session, 30 Blogging Tips in 30 Minutes (starting at 10:30 AM Eastern time).

It's going to be the most fun you've had online in a LONG time. 10am-3pm (EST.)

To get more information or to sign up now:

Check out the Baby Boomer Diva Nation.


ps. It's Beverly Mahone (founder of BBDN) Birthday! Be sure and stop by and wish her a Happy Birthday!

Wednesday, June 11, 2008

73 Women Bloggers to Watch for Summer 2008

"My philosophy: Life is too short to regret. At one point everything you did willingly is exactly what you wanted so live it up, drink it down, laugh loudly, dance wi.ldly, sing horribly, live fr.eely, love openly, give graciously, and take humbly." - Jennifer Scott

Summer is a time to be carefree, courageous and creative. So I have been surfing the net to find some incredibly courageous, often carefree and always creative women bloggers. Today I share my list of 73 Women Bloggers to Watch for Summer 2008. Be sure and check them out, stop by their blogs, leave a comment and tell them Heidi sent you. And when you are finished visiting the blogs, be sure to check out the resources mentioned below.

Color Alchemy with Jami Lin

Ms. Biz with Tami

Absolutely Beautiful Things with Anna Spiro

The Goddess Files with Suzann Kane

Sandi Thompson Nutrition

ConflictZen With Tammy Lenski

Resonance Partnership Blog with Marianne Richmond

Building an Empire with Trisha Allen

Money Pants

The View From Here with Emily Gallardo

A Girl`s Guide to Project Management with Elizabeth Harrin

Kimmunications with Kim Snider

Mrs. Write: Musings of a Writing Wife with Julia Temlyn

One Bubble at a Time with Heather

Doctor Blogger with Dr. Rima Bishara

Idea Secrets with Laura Childs

The Savvy Tourist with Annie

Frugal For Life with Dawn

Darla Mack - Days in the Life of a Mobile Diva!

Following the Judo Life with Ronda Rousey

Bad Ass Ideas! With Samantha Warren

Lynne`s Take on Tech with Lynn Jolitz

Kathy Maister`s The Main Dish

ClickNewz with Lynn Terry

Plain Talk with Eileen McDargh

My Open Wallet by anonymous New Yorker

Najla’s Notes with Najla

Customers Rock with Becky Carroll

Sitting Pretty with Nina Smith

Ideas for Women with Trisha

Elemental Links with Brenda Michelson

We Speak Business - Hablamos de Negocios with Lara Bersano

Simply the BEST Coaching with Sylvia Warren

Almost Smart Cookie with Dr. LeslieBeth Wish

Marcom Interactive with Linda Zimmer

Mauritius Today with Kathy Wilson

Girly Geekdom with Sarah Blow at

SEO Igloo Blog with Miriam Ellis

Bunny got Blog with Bunny

Ecopreneurist with Sarah Pressman Lovinger

Business Golf Blog with Suzanne Woo

Jenny, The Bloggess

Mary Murtz, The Eleventh

Julie Pippert: Using My Words

Angela’s Mommy bytes

Lotta’s Mom-o-matic

Words for Hire with Karen

Passions that Pay with Katherine Reschke

Pangea Collection with Patricia

Small Biz 2.0 with Peg Corwin

Time Goes By with Ronni Bennett

I Quit for Lijit with Tara Anderson

Keeping Nickels with Nichelle Stephens

Semantically Driven with Jen

Daring Young Mom with Kathryn

Key Business Partners with Teresa Morrow

La Vida Cocoa with Kathleen Granfield

Branding and Marketing with Chris Brown

Dishing with Kathy Casey


Joy Lan Kim

Moms in Business with Linda Hollander

Pink Heels with Beka Brown

Alice of Crafting a Business

Fiona Walsh Tips

Great Presentations Mean Business with Laura Fitton

PlaneBuzz with Holly Hegeman

Perrin Post with Wendy Perrin

Ali Bytes with Ali Cherry

Making it Lovely with Nicole Balch

Aimee’s Adventures with Aimee

Connie Bennett’s Sugar Shock Blog

Real Words from a Real Writer with Kathryn Vercillo

Blogger Buster with Amanda Fazani

Three Blogging Tips to get your “blog on”:

1. Tweet your blog posts (or articles). Every time you write a new article on your blog, go over to Twitter (you do twitter, don’t you?) and post the title of the article and a link to it at your home page. If you don’t Twitter yet, get started now. It’s microblogging so you only have a few words (140 characters to be exact) to post a tweet. Followers and visitors to your home page can read your updates and if they like what they see will follow you and tell others too.

2. If you want to increase your blog traffic you have to comment voraciously on related blogs and forums. Make sure your comments add value to the conversation (not just, “hey, nice post”), so that when readers visit those blogs they feel compelled to click on your link and “check you out.” This can increase the number of visits to your site and if those new-found visitors like what they see, they too become loyal readers. In fact, I found this tip while surfing a blog and then clicked on the link in the comment and found other great tips on blogging! And I even found a few *women bloggers whose comments I liked and have added them to this list!

3. Something I never thought of was to add a "tell-a-friend" link at the bottom of each page. Some people who visit blogs may not think to share their new findings with their own circles.

Note: Here’s a cool tool I found that can help you stay in touch: RSS responder is a new script that allows you to keep in touch and follow-up with your subscribers without the hassle of email:

Ps. If you are a woman blogger or know women bloggers we should be listing be sure to leave a comment and let us know. We are looking for TEAM bloggers, GREEN bloggers and Women Bloggers to Watch for Fall 2008!

Saturday, June 7, 2008

Leverage Social Networking - Two experts share

Yesterday I had the opportunity to interview two experts on social networking topics and wanted to share the resources they mentioned during their interviews. I also included the link to the first interview - if you leave a comment here, you will also receive a link to the second interview next week!

Here they are:


How to Leverage Linked Ito Grow Your Circle and Your Business with Chuck Hester of iContact

Here is Chuck’s interview:

To connect with Chuck, visit his LinkedIn page.

Here are some of the resources Chuck mentioned during his interview:

LinkedIn Answers – a wealth of tips, resources and a great way to get “known” by LinkedIn members

OpenID is a great tool to use to create a single identity across social networking sites

iContact - is an Email Marketing and Surveying Application that makes it really easy to create, send, and track email newsletters, surveys, and autoresponders

Read the book “I’m on LinkedIn, Now What? By Jason Alba, Founder of Jibber Jobber

Here’s a great Cheat Sheet for LinkedIn that I found this morning


IS ANYONE READING YOUR BLOG? How to go from 0 to 2,000 subscribers in 3 months! Interview with Tina Sue of Think Simple Now

You can connect with Tina Su at her blog - her email is listed there as well.

Here are some of the resources Tina recommended:

Digg is a place for people to discover and share content from anywhere on the web. From the biggest online destinations to the most obscure blog.

StumbleUpon discovers web sites based on your interests, learns what you like and brings you more

If you have a Wordpress blog - Comment Relish is a plugin that sends an e-mail message to users who comment on your website who have never commented before

To monetize your blog check out:


Natural Path Media

Find more ad networks online (via google, etc.) - advertising network or ad network is a company that connects web sites that want to host advertisements with advertisers who want to run advertisements

In addition, the Women’s eCommerce Association has a special offer for you…

If you’d like to increase your Blogging knowledge and receive tons of great resources, check out the Blogging for Business Audio Program (part of the Women’s Success Series) at Blogging for Business Program. We are offering this program to you at 50% off the advertised price of $57! That means you’d only pay $28.50 for more than 14 hours of content, a 53 page workbook filled with resources and the interview questions we asked of each guest… and more.

If you would like to purchase this program, send me a message with Blogging for Business in the subject line and I will send you a PayPal link for the $28.50. Once you purchase the program you will receive a link to instantly access this Outstanding program.

And there is no risk to you! We have a 100% money back guarantee so if you decide the program is not for you, you will receive a refund AND you can keep the workbook!

Looking forward to hearing from you.

Warmest regards,

Heidi Richards Mooney, Founder & CEO – Women's eCommerce Association

Tuesday, June 3, 2008

Really Cool Website Tools

Today, while surfing the net, I found 3 really cool programs I'd like to share with you.

#1 is SitePal and it's a talking avatar you can add to your website.

Here is one of the banners I chose to add to WE Magazine for the Summer issue (turn up your speakers to listen):

#2 - Do you Twitter? If so, read this article Five New Twitter Tools You Should Know posted at Top Rank Blog. Feel free to visit my Twitter page at

#3 - Another site that I am quite fond of and am making money with is Linkshare. According to their site: LinkShare provides ecommerce businesses with a wide range of online marketing services including Search Marketing (SEM), Lead Generation and Affiliate Marketing. Advertisers can increase their online sales by leveraging LinkShare's massive performance marketing network, along with expert consultative services and patented technology. Superior service combined with technology innovation allows advertisers and publishers to acquire and retain new customers, increase revenue and drive results. It is a great way to add passive income to your coffers.

Here is one of my affiliate banners.

LinkShare  Referral  Prg

That's my 3 really cool website tools for Tech Tuesday!

Thanks for stopping by,