Birmingham, AL (PRWEB) September 19, 2007
WomenCorp launched its new online multimedia magazine for businesswomen in August and one of its featured business authors is media and publicity expert Joan Stewart, otherwise known as "The Publicity Hound".
"Joan is truly a marvelous asset to the WomenCorp team," said Roxanne Batson, a WomenCorp founder. "She is a veteran publicity guru and has earned the respect of some of the most well-known Internet marketers and business owners in the world. With so many exciting plans in the works here at WomenCorp, we are delighted that Joan has partnered with us."
Joan Stewart's free publicity campaign started at age 10 when her hometown newspaper wrote a story about a blue ribbon she won for a 4-H sewing project at the Ohio State Fair. Today, Joan teaches Publicity Hounds how to catch the attention of frazzled news directors, busy reporters and grumpy editors. As a media relations consultant and professional speaker, she shows people how to use the media to establish their credibility, enhance their reputation, position themselves as experts, sell more products and services, promote a favorite cause or issue, and establish their companies as employers of choice. Her popular electronic newsletter called "The Publicity Hound's Tips of the Week" goes to more than 11,000 subscribers worldwide.
WomenCorp magazine features free audio, video and text articles that readers can consume easily where and when they want, with the goal to inspire, inform and connect women in business around the world. WomenCorp offers a wide variety of articles and resources in the unique multimedia magazine including business, personal development, career advice, and lifestyle features. The goal is to help women around the world connect and become personally, professionally, and financially successful. A few samples and free gift offer can be found at http://www.womencorp.org/portal .
The second issue of the online magazine, published the week of September 17th, features practical articles such as "Fiscal Fitness: Strategies For Your Financial Health", "The Secret to Success: Vision and Responsibility", as well as other articles created to educate, motivate, and inspire the modern business woman.
Subscribers to the free magazine are eligible to attend WomenCorp teleseminars at no cost. The next live event on Tuesday, September 25th will feature Erica Ehm, author, speaker, songwriter, journalist, and founder of The Yummy Mummy Club. Details are available at the site's home page. Look for "Featured Teleseminars and Events". To learn more about WomenCorp and subscribe to the new online magazine for businesswomen, visit http://www.womencorp.org/portal .