Yahoo! Shine Women Who Shine Contest #WomenWhoShine
Custom Search

Yahoo! Shine Women Who Shine Contest #WomenWhoShine

I know quite a few of you love Twitter parties, a super fun and engaging way for Twitter users to learn about new products, interact with brands and other consumers with similar interests, and win fab prizes. But do you know who started the very first Twittery party? Hint, hint. The inventor is a woman, a mom, a blogger, a social media maven, and an award winning entrepreneur? Her name is Amy Lupold Bair, also known as Resourceful Mommy!

Yahoo! Shine is running a wonderful Women Who Shine Contest, which aims to give recognition to women "who are blazing new trails, changing lives, and doing extraordinary things every day." As soon as I learned about the contest, I decided that Amy is the perfect candidate for it. Here's why I nominated her as a woman entrepreneur who shines:

"Amy shines as an extraordinary mom entrepreneur, champion of creative social media marketing and advocate for social good. As the founder of Resourceful Mommy Media, LLC, Amy invented the very first Twitter Party, also known as Sitewarming™ Parties, which has quickly grown into the most popular platform for new sites and trusted brands to share their voice with the Twitter audience. 

Another great creation of Amy's is the Global Influence Network, which allows public relations agencies, brands and organizations to work directly with Amy and her team to develop valuable contents for her network of over 1800 social media savvy bloggers to share with their readers, Facebook friends, and Twitter followers. Having been an active part of various public service and socially responsible campaigns and events, Global Influence Network bloggers continue to lead the online charge in blogging for a cause and stand ready to write about the issues that touch their lives. 

Amy and Resourceful Mommy Media have won wide acclaims and been featured in the press and around the Web, including ABC News, The New Yorks Times, The Wall Street Journal, CNET, The Digital Mom Handbook, to name just a few. In 2008, Amy was named by the Working Mother magazine as the Most Powerful Women in Social Media (Ranked #3). The RM Media won third place in the Shorty Awards for Advertising. Amy is currently writing Raising Digital Families For Dummies."

Don't you agree that Amy is amazing?! Whether or not your know her personally, I would love you to vote for Amy and help her win the Grand Prize of $10,000!

Please feel free to nominate your own choice of Women Who Shine. The entry with the most votes by 10/29 will be the final winner of $10k. Check out who the other social moms have nominated and show your support for the contest by "liking" Yahoo! Shine on Facebook, or follow on Twitter and

I was compensated for this blog post while participating in the SocialMoms blogging program. The opinions and ideas expressed here are my own. To read more posts on this topic, click here.

0 Treasure Hunters :

discussion by