1. Thank you for including me in the list Laurel. Although I have to say, most days I don’t feel like I have any influence in social media or anywhere else for that matter πŸ™‚

    But most of the credit really belongs to all the women who have supported Australian Women Online over the last year.

  2. You give women a voice – women who may be at home with young children, or a carer of aged parents. Women who otherwise would have a limited scope to have their voice heard. Women who may not be comfortable with the commitment and fuss of having to blog daily so take their social nourishment from an online forum of peers

    I, for one salute you. As dippy as that sounds, I mean it. πŸ™‚

  3. Hi Laurel,

    gotta put a word in for Maxine – apart from the fact she’s in Bhutan right now, she’d never do it for herself.

    No one is more instrumental in the success of Web Directions, and I’d like to think that plays a good role in this arena in Australia.

  4. Women’s voice is more dominant over social networks. Our studies show that top influencers over MySpace are 55% women and 45% men.

    A more staggering number is that 42% of the MySpace top influencers are older then 35 years old!!!

    As for personal note, I also advice of hiring women as community managers.

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