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Video-Interview: Do women fail to rule social networks?

On a networking event in Jan 2012 I was interviewed by Tanja Gabler about women and how they network. From the answers of my fellow interviewee I gather that frankly I wasn’t too far off with my assumption that women are … Continue reading

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How to use social media for marketing your business – the social media divas wanted to know

No matter what business you have these days – whether you’re a personal trainer, music agent or a yoga teacher – using social media as a marketing tool can help you to a local or even global breakthrough. As long … Continue reading

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I love you so much, I cut you a tree – Germany’s May tree tradition

There are many ways to show someone that you love him/ her. Where I come from, the Rhineland in Germany, we have a special and very romantic tradition that takes place in the middle of the night from the 30th … Continue reading

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What I like about you – women discover the power of complimenting each other

Living in a world where ‘next top models’ seem to be all around you would probably think that girls get more and more competitive. But instead they compliment each other daily with sentences like “I really like your shirt. Where … Continue reading

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Jo Elvin, editor of Glamour magazine on women in media, embracing digital advances and advice for budding journalists

Jo Elvin, Editor of fashion magazine Glamour, believes that their should be no obstacle in the way for women in media. In this interview she also reveals how she balances her work with being a mum. She also explains how … Continue reading

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I need an anti-hero! I need Flashman.

“Where have all the good men gone?” Bonnie Tyler asks in ‘I need a hero‘. Well, some of them definitely suffered under my new anti-hero ‘Flashman’ in the Afghanistan of the 19th century… As a little girl I used to … Continue reading

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Women’s voice suppressed in journalism, survey confirms

There are times when it is hard to be a woman. Like today when Colin Sparks, Journalism Professor at the University of Westminster, pulled out the ‘Global Media Monitoring Project 2010‘ (GMMP) and told all the female journalism students that … Continue reading

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