we're all expert at something and when we share what we know, everyone benefits
Fresno, CA (PRWEB) December 15, 2008
What happens when an American mom, who was born B.C. (before computers) ventures out to establish residency in the virtual world? You guessed it; she ends up with a web-home that is faulty and difficult to enter. But if she is committed and has learned a few lessons along the way; she adds a younger, more creative and technologically minded partner, brings men to the mix because after all, we really do care what they think and keeps working at convincing women over 40 that the internet really isn't all that scary.
This is the story of Built on a Woman, the first year. As it enters its second year, Built on a Woman has been re-built. It's been taken down to its foundation and re-created in a way to make it more reliable and user friendly. The two American moms, Shellee and Laurie remain committed to their mission of connecting women through practical information and hope to attract users from around the world. The website is based upon the idea that "we're all expert at something and when we share what we know, everyone benefits".
Did you know that if you are having a stroke, your chances for the best outcome are increased when you go to a stroke center? Or that you don't have to have a lump to have breast cancer? What are the latest recommendations for performing CPR? What are the hazards of being a Good Samaritan at an accident? Laurie and Shellee are both nurses and provide important health and safety information on Built on a Woman.
Glue gun or duct tape? Was the OJ Simpson trial just or unjust? Was the bailout for Wall Street or Main Street? And how does the global community feel about how this economic recession has impacted them? The Built on a Woman community would really like to know what women think.
In need of holiday decorating ideas, want to learn how to translate that mysterious teen texting language, interested in trying the world's best salsa, or just want to share a recipe of your own; women connect over home, kids and food on Built on a Woman.
A spider killing a snake, a humorous Aussie poem and links to unique websites which help you save money, locate a restaurant or save on your taxes; it's there too. Share a personal experience where you gained valuable information 'the hard way' or learn from others who want to share their experiences with you. Find out from a victim how quickly things unravel when your identity is stolen and learn about the hazard of buying a soft wood Christmas tree.
If you're feeling blessed and want to give back this holiday season? Find out how those old soccer cleats can provide an opportunity for disadvantaged kids, provide nets to those who are at risk for malaria, adopt a sister in need, or save the ta-tas by giving away a mammogram; you'll find out how on Built on a Woman.
If some of your family members are the four legged kind: find stories, videos and helpful tips that pertain to them too. Product and book reviews, the latest on politics and technology; the topics are as varied as the interests of the women who visit.
Built on a Woman has been re-built and our two American moms have established residency at builtonawoman.com. Come join them; they look forward to welcoming you.
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