We strongly believe that women are natural born communicators, creators and connectors,” says Carly Taylor. “We want to help them bring out their shine online and reach a global audience.
Cambridge, UK (PRWEB UK) 26 October 2011
Carly Taylor and Sarah Bradden have launched socialdivaschool.com, a business training site that provides comprehensive advice to female entrepreneurs on all aspects of building and growing a business on the internet including; small business marketing, viral marketing and social media marketing, with the intention of helping women with “personal branding and creating lucrative businesses built on their natural talent and passion.” The two “Social Media Managers & Information Marketers” also advise women from around the world on the best way to raise their profiles through online tools, such as Twitter, Facebook, and Linkedin. The Social Diva School addresses larger issues as well, such as organization, motivation, female empowerment, and general business acumen.
Government statistics show that more women than ever before are opting to start their own business. The reasons and contributing factors for this are numerous, but it’s changing the face of business and revolutionising the traditional stereotype of the gray-haired middle-aged male entrepreneur.
Patricia Hewitt, Secretary Of State for Trade and Industry says, “There are still too few women starting out and growing a business. We need to eliminate the barriers that remain, be it access to finance or to childcare or because of some other form of discrimination. If women started new businesses at the same rate as men, we would have more than 100,000 extra new businesses each year.”
The duo, who also own socialdivamarketing.com - an informative business blog for women - rally hard for their gender, offering their services with an off-beat and often edgy delivery. Of the myriad of services offered by the site, there is one constant: WOMEN. “We strongly believe that women are natural born communicators, creators and connectors,” says Carly Taylor. “We want to help them bring out their shine online and reach a global audience.” There is also a theme of feminine solidarity running through the site, which reads at one point “We’re tired of watching women struggle with internet marketing. We’re bored of going to men’s conferences to get the good training, while women are taught just the baby steps. We’re here to revolutionize the women’s market and we can’t do it without you”
“Viral Marketing is the key to your online success,” says Sarah Bradden. “Once you build a global personal brand and really understand your audience on a deeper level, you will make a huge impact in your market place and this will spread rapidly throughout the social media channels.”
Members get access to Carly and Sarah’s expertise through what they call a “hands-on, intensive training experience that demands big action and creates big results.” As part of the launch, the site is giving away free lifetime membership to one lucky person.To enter the contest, gain access to their free video series here and leave a comment on any one of the videos throughout the launch and tell them why you deserve to win.
For more information please visit http://www.socialdivaschool.com or contact carly(at)socialdiva(dot)co(dot)uk