As I slam through writing the upcoming Six Pixels of Separation book (Grand Central Publishing – Fall 2009), I am more than a little surprised at the lack of female entrepreneurs who I am writing "case stories" about.
Here’s the deal: I’m not just looking for anybody who has a Blog or uses Twitter. I am looking for female entrepreneurs who have "significantly" shifted and developed their business by using the many social media and new digital tools to grow their business. Is money the only mitigating factor when I say "significant"? No, but it is one of the main ways we do keep score in business.
If you know someone who fits the bill, would have sixty minutes for a phone conversation and would be interested in appearing in a book that will be Grand Central Publishing’s (formerly Time Warner Books) lead business title in the Fall of 2009 (slated for a global release), I am looking now. I can’t promise everyone I connect with will make the final edit, but I am interested in hearing as many stories as possible.
Hey, if they don’t make it to the print edition, I will use some of the interviews in upcoming episodes of Six Pixels of Separation – The Twist Image Podcast.
Email is best – mitch[at]twistimage[dot]com.
I just read a post from a female SEO who wrote how she succesfully used Twitter.
I guess she would be perfect for your book. Here’s the post:
You might want to try Joanna Track of sweetpspot.ca
Definitely a success story.
I realized quickly how much better social networking was than pay-per-click advertising when my website went up. To see if I qualify, read my small business blog at http://smallbusiness.logoworks.com/bizblog/category/alice-cosmetics.
Thanks for considering me.
President and Founder
Sarah Warn of Afterellen.com
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