@prettypinkpro wants to curate women’s voices that inspire young women to greatness
by Stan Faryna
The other day, I met @prettypinkpro on Twitter. Their tagline is cute.
Making strides…climbing ladders…standing our ground…in fancy high-heeled shoes!
@megdotemail and others are building an online community where young women can be fueled and inspired to greatness.
You can read about them here: http://myprettypinkponies.wordpress.com/about
Nina Simone, Feeling Good
Included in the Pretty Pink Pony mission is to connect young women with positive and successful role models. That resonated with me – reminding me of my blog soup series for women. Anyway, I thought I might point out just of few of the amazing women that have a presence on Twitter (and social in general)- in case the Pretty Pink Ponies didn’t know about them.
Forbes dropped the ball when they failed to name Gini Dietrich among the Forbes Top 50 Power Bloggers. It just goes to show you that Forbes doesn’t have a thumb on the pulse of the blogosphere. Gini’s blog, Spin Sucks, is the water cooler for social media, PR, and marketing conversations. For bloggers in the know.
Sandra McLeod Humphrey
Sandra Humphrey has received numerous awards for her writing including the Helen Keating Ott Award for Outstanding Contribution to Children’s Literature. Myself, I’m a fan of Sandra’s blog where she reveals the biographies of heroes and heroines. Her writing and work uplifts me.
Carolyn Nicander Mohr
Carolyn Nicander Mohr blogs about tech with an emphasis on mobile phones, mobile technologies, and the apps. She does a great job at explaining it. Carolyn’s insight is so awesome that in less than a year as a blogger, her tech posts got picked up by The Philadlphia Inquirer. I love how she brings great warmth and friendship to social.
There’s many more important woman’s voices with a social presence across Twitter, Facebook, and beyond. Too many for me to list, link, and celebrate in a single blog post. But this is a good starting place. Get to know these leading ladies. They’ve made a difference in my life, thought, and social.
16 April 2012
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