Isabel Isidro

Isabel Isidro is the editor of WomenHomeBusiness.com. She also writes for PowerHomeBiz.com and Learning from Big Boys .

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Tips for Women Entrepreneurs on How to Use Twitter

| January 1, 2010 | 0 Comments
Tips for Women Entrepreneurs on How to Use Twitter

We’ve created a PowerPoint presentation that offers tips on how to effectively use Twitter for your small business or home-based endeavors. The microblogging platform Twitter has experienced explosive growth and everyone from celebrities to marketers have used Twitter to create a dialogue, share information, and yes, to market businesses. However, Twitter can also be so […]

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Gabriela Chavez: Success in Connecting Women Entrepreneurs

| December 16, 2009 | 2 Comments
Gabriela Chavez: Success in Connecting Women Entrepreneurs

Networking is an important activity for women entrepreneurs. Building connections and seeking out networking opportunities can result in enduring and mutually beneficial relationships. Gabriela Chavez understands the importance of networking and finding like-minded individuals who can provide support, exchange of ideas and offer a sense of community. As such, she has created Beauties on the Go to […]

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Sharifah Hardie: Success in the Professional Business Consulting Field

| November 17, 2009 | 4 Comments
Sharifah Hardie: Success in the Professional Business Consulting Field

Entrepreneurial success starts with the desire to be successful. However, desire is just the start: the entrepreneur has to learn how to resolve problems, identify opportunities and learn to manage resources. Sharifah Hardie’s role as a professional business consultant is to provide the expert guidance that could help the entrepreneur reach their goals.

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Daysteps: A Planner System for Women, By Women

| November 15, 2009 | 5 Comments
Daysteps: A Planner System for Women, By Women

A successful business often starts with a gem of an idea. But to succeed in the marketplace today, given the competition and the economic realities, it typically “takes a village” to implement and nurture that idea. Learn from the dynamic women founders of lifestyle planning system Daysteps.

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Crissy Heron: Marketing Strategies for Women Entrepreneurs

| November 13, 2009 | 2 Comments
Crissy Heron: Marketing Strategies for Women Entrepreneurs

How important is marketing for a woman-owned small business? We talked with Crissy Heron, founder of the small business information site IndieBizChicks.com, on the role played by marketing in the success of a business. Using the ideas she has used for her women-oriented small business web site, Crissy shares the strategies and tool women entrepreneurs can adopt. Learn from this dynamic young woman:

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Suzanne Meyer: Success in the Personal Greeting Service Business

| November 8, 2009 | 3 Comments
Suzanne Meyer: Success in the Personal Greeting Service Business

Moving to a new house can be an exciting experience — new life, new neighbors and even new friends. But it can also be a little daunting. There are transitional challenges, and the social and emotional changes can take some time getting used to. Suzanne Meyer started The Welcome Committee http://www.thewelcomecommittee.net to help welcome newcomers to […]

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Kristin Marquet: Success in the Public Relations Business

| October 31, 2009 | 0 Comments
Kristin Marquet: Success in the Public Relations Business

Public relations is a tough, highly competitive and fast-based business. One woman entrepreneur making her mark in this field is Kristin Marquet, President of Marquet Communications, a full service public relations and branding firm for the fashion and beauty industries. We talked to Kristin about how she started in the public relations and marketing field, the challenges she faced and her advice to small business entrepreneurs on marketing their businesses.

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Virginia Ritacco: Personalizing Kids’ Stories with StickieStory

| October 20, 2009 | 2 Comments
Virginia Ritacco: Personalizing Kids’ Stories with StickieStory

Virginia Ritacco is a creative young woman living in Buenos Aires, Argentina. When her first nephew was born in another part of the country, all she wanted was to ensure that she remains part of his young life, despite the distance. She sent him special story books, with pictures of herself, the boy and other members of […]

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Mandy Krammel: Success in Bringing a Product to Market

| October 13, 2009 | 1 Comment
Mandy Krammel: Success in Bringing a Product to Market

Mandy Krammel found success by simply listening to her body and understanding the changes that her body is going through. She knows from her own experience and from listening to her clients that a lot of women have issues with their breasts — and the bras they wear. WomenHomeBusiness.com talked to Mandy about the process of bringing Tweakerz to market and the challenges she faced.

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Chanell Scott: Providing Good Stuff for Good Living

| September 29, 2009 | 2 Comments
Chanell Scott: Providing Good Stuff for Good Living

The growing number of eco-consumers is slowly shifting how companies are doing business today. More and more consumers understand that they have a big impact on the health of our planet. As such, they are looking for products that functional and stylish, yet earth-friendly. To address this consumer trend, Chanell R. Scott started Guffly.com offering eco friendly products and fair trade lifestyle goods like home, pet, clothing, office and personal accessories.

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