We Are Beautiful

Every time you spend money, you’re casting a vote for the kind of world you want. — Anna Lappe...more

Go Daddy Inspires This Go Mommy to Go BYE-BYE.

Maybe I joined them because I had heard from others more experienced that their product really was the best available at the time.  Maybe I stayed with them because I had already paid for 2 years of my domain name.  Maybe I stayed because I had actually had very good customer service help from them, and had never experienced any difficulties with my site.  I've often gagged at their aggressively sexist advertising, but I am a technophobe, and the less I have to deal with the mechanics of my domain name, the better.  I gagged, but I swallowed....more

Enough About Football; Which Ads Won The Superbowl?

Love 'em or hate 'em it's damn near impossible to ignore 'em. From where I sat, Coke fell flat, Go Daddy left me both gagging and seriously considering another registrar (who really thought their ads could get worse?) Budweiser paid off their big name celebrity cameos with a chuckle-worthy twist, and Tide took the Don Draper Trophy for spot of the night with their very sinister Joe Montana Stain....more
"God Made a Farmer" from Ram Trucks and The Richards Group was outstanding. My friends in the ag ...more

Super Bowl Ads, You've Jumped The Shark And I'm Over You. Let's Call This Whole Thing Off!

Okay, Super Bowl Ads. We had a good run of it. But you've jumped the shark and I'm over it, you hear me? You used to excite me, I admit it, but those days are over now. Now I dread the very sight of you and all that you've become. It's sad, Super Bowl Ads, just sad, and it's time to say goodbye. I might even watch the game this year. ...more
Superbowl ads were so CREEPY this year. Ugh!more

Advertising Isn’t Dead, It’s All Grown Up!

A successfully integrated marketing mix uses all of the tools available to promote a brand. It’s obvious we are seeing less and less of traditional advertising mediums, but don’t believe for a second that they have disappeared! Advertising simply had to grow up and adapt to the digital age. Let’s discuss the traditional offline media sources that some might have called “dead” (until reading this article), and explain how they have been integrated and updated to compete in the digital world....more

Choosing Social Media: 3 Questions to Ask, PLUS an Infographic!

Social media is a complex, but vital part of any advertising plan. These questions and following infographic should help you narrow down your choices to find what works for you. Remember that while we are all concerned about gaining new business, what should be on the forefront of our minds when developing social media plans is building community....more
@Laine Griffin  @Darcie Yeah, what is it with Google? I know it must be good for me, but I can't ...more

Our member Karin Caro from BluChip

Visit the Women Owned Business Club's Karin Caro, President of Blu Chip Marketing;  www.bluchipmarketing.com    ...more

Women Owned Business Club

Glad to be part of Blogher. We will bring you daily updates on our members and show you what we do for them every day for a one time fee that is good for the life time of their website.Come and see what we do for them at www.womenownedbusinessclub.com. We are dedicated to our members and getting their word out. It's time to pay it forward. LM...more

Facebook Promotional Posts: A Case Study

Facebook recently introduced the option to “promote” certain posts on Facebook pages to ensure that more people see your update over the course of several days. To qualify, your page must have at least 400 likes and you can choose to promote your post to either just the people who like your page, or the people who like your page plus their friends. There is a fee involved — $5 to $75 depending on the amount of people you want it to reach. Last week, the Web Success Team decided to trial the promotional option to see how effective it was in fostering engagement — below is what we found....more

The Community Manager of an Ad Agency

Upon getting hired for an industry that never before crossed my mind, neither during my school years nor after, I immediately started thinking how would I apply my background in political science and social studies....more