The difference being alluded to in this article strictly deals with the fundamentally basic way e-commerce women prefer to network and build up their e-commerce business. The writer’s personal opinion is that e-commerce men have the tendency to “go it alone” and tend to hold on to information they obtain a little more tightly that e-commerce women, who enjoy the company of their peers and thrive on information that is shared with them. One area that many e-commerce women are having difficulty with in their online business is finding ways to get traffic to their websites. There is a lot of great information out there on the subject of search engine optimization. Most of the information delves in just one area at a time, however. There are articles on proper keywords, link exchanges, etc, but few that have it all together. Now, both e-commerce men and women would like all the information laid out for them, and if possible, all steps of optimization basically done for them. And, there is a program that, while it doesn’t do all the work for someone, does make it extremely easy.
The plus for e-commerce women is that the program includes not only the tools to increase traffic to their site; it includes a “club” or “haven” specific to e-commerce women.
Now there is a SEO software process that will allow women to answer a few questions and follow an eight-step procedure. Once completed, the software submits the website to the top search engines, like Google and Yahoo, increasing the visibility to potential visitors looking for a particular service or product. It is that simple!
This program will include tips and training tools for search engine optimization, as well as banner exchanges and link exchanges between members, forums for networking, and a conference room where members will be allowed to hold their own individual presentations.
Once a member of this elite e-commerce women’s club, there is the bonus opportunity of making extra income, whether a member needs it or not, (just kidding), because members automatically become affiliates. Obviously, for the pioneer members of this club, the opportunity for a large increase in income is a reality.
Hopefully, there will be more e-commerce clubs that will offer SEO tools, along with the networking opportunities that many organizations for women do already have. Smart e-commerce women do know how important it is to be less competitive with their peers, and more giving in the information that has been learned, through networking, as well as through valuable experience. This writer believes that e-commerce women working together in a “club-like” environment is not only the key to success, but a powerful key to success.
Debbie Barth’s professional background has mostly been in the administrative field. Debbie had the wonderful experience of living in Helsingborg Sweden for five years. She taught American English at Fokuniversitetet, Helsingborg, an extension of Lund University . Upon coming to the United States, she was employed by a large company in Georgia as a project analyst, responsible for software conversions with major banking institutes. She is currently an executive assistant for the CEO of an insurance company in Greensboro , North Carolina . She is the founder of NC Women’s Network, and Network Shopping, as well as a publisher in Quikonnex. She is a member of Women’s E-Commerce Association, International (WECAI). Debbie is also a member of Traffic Tsunami. You can contact Debbie at firstname.lastname@example.org, or toll-free 888-238-1314
Article Source: http://EzineArticles.com/expert/Debbie_Barth/64947