Massapequa Park, NY (PRWEB) July 14, 2006 –-
In today’s society, a mother’s role has gone way beyond just managing the household. With 71 percent of all moms in the United States working full or part-time, their income, labor and spending power have all become fundamental components of the economy.
Representing the workforce in large numbers, time has become a valuable commodity for working mothers, and for at-home moms as well. In its continuing effort to assist busy moms, SilkBow (http://www.SilkBow.com) is announcing the addition of a Great Resources section to its revolutionary website. The new information center from SilkBow -- a free online service that provides unique gift-giving ideas catered toward women -- is an enlightening bridge to important and practical advice for moms who have limited free time.
“We want to be more than a gift shopping site,” said SilkBow co-founder Karen Fusco, a systems consultant and mother of two. “We want to provide the basis of a community for busy moms. The shopping portion is how we solve one problem for busy moms. They can come to one place and take care of finding almost any gift for anyone, easily and quickly. The Great Resources is a natural add-on which follows the same pattern.”
The Great Resources page will include links to helpful information that moms can apply to their everyday lives. Topics will range from family to health and wellness, business to travel, and pregnancy to spiritual. SilkBow cuts out the need for time-consuming searches by packaging all relevant articles in one place, and reviewing them to make sure they meet SilkBow’s high standards.
“These (articles) are presented to our busy moms in an organized, easy-to-follow fashion to save time and improve their lives,” said Fusco. “They need only stop at our Great Resources to find a treasure trove of useful information all in one place.”
And a treasure trove of gift ideas can also be found at SilkBow. The selection of high-quality gifts found at SilkBow are unmatched by any other site on the Internet. With unique and specific search possibilities, SilkBow makes it easy for shoppers, whether they’re looking for a birthday, wedding, baby or anniversary gift. Need a gift for a child between the ages of 2 and 4? SilkBow has that age range and offers more than a dozen relevant categories, including decor, new big sister, novelty clothing, toys and stuffed animals. Select and click a link and a reader-friendly page of great gift ideas appear right on the screen. This is just one example of how the SilkBow search can be detailed to find the perfect gift.
“We are building a community of loyal consumers by attracting them with more than just the end gift,” said co-founder Pat Brill, a career coach and mother of two. “We provide valuable content, helpful tips and resource links for our busy moms. We speak both to the mom and the woman. We really get it.”
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