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May 25, 2007


Deb Nyberg

I've developed this site for years....since the early 90's for women in business. It use to have a great mail list and ongoing chatroom schedule. Over the past few years, the women in business stopped networking online with each other. I'd like that to happen again. Could you tell me what I can do at the website to get them subscribe to a new list (I'll set one up again)? Thanks. Deb

steven davies

I completely understand what are you talking about:All Moms Go To Heaven has baby clothes, maternity intimate apparel, even shag for your pet!


I just came across your site. Fantastic information about marketing to women. If you could use another test site/blog to show your readers what to do and what not to do, please feel free to use my shoe site: http://www.yourfeetmakeyouunique.com. I proudly wear size 11 shoes and created a shoe blog specifically for women who wear sizes 10 and up. I really would like to target more women who wear larger size shoes like: professional female basketball players, models, moms etc. Even if you do not decide to use my blog, please take a look at my site and tell your full-footed friends about Your Feet Make You Unique.

Andrea Pace

The Web Marketing Guru

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Yee Wei

Good write for sites targeting to women market! Keep up the good work.

Delicious Monster

all moms go to heaven looks like a cool site. when I looked I saw grannies and kiddos. a nice juxtaposition.

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