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Welcome to WORLD OF WOMEN Business Review Pages  

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and get "72% more exposure at Google." 

Statistics quoted early 2012 (Local Business Marketing Summit) show that when a company has positive client or customer reviews on their web links they get noticed and receive a boost to their site's ranking at leading search engines. Great reviews give the reader the confidence that you can fulfill their requirements. 

Success strategies for women Here, women will find their very own networking service offering  female visitors a complementary business listing in their own country and district, in the business category that best suits them.  We do this because we believe in  mentoring women, so our listing gives you the option to add your clients' or customer's reviews of any product and / or service, photographs or articles (5 files) giving you and your business a fantastic marketing advantage.


In 10 simple steps you can create a profile and list your business by following our step-by-step instructions when you click on our Create Profile And Free Business Listing tab in our MAIN MENU.


Workshops and training for business skillsOur aims and objectives are to offer support and guidance to working women who strive to provide for themselves and their children throughout the world.  Our site addresses 21st Century issues and injustes which still remain, and attempts to offer support to those in need worldwide.We aim to do this by offering them a free business review listing and networking service to promote their business, trade or service.

Whilst membership is optional, we also provide a problem solving service to members via our 'members forum' and mentoring via free business articles and 'free to members' business training, information sheets, coaching questionnaires / courses. Our membership library is updated regularly, so there is a constantly growing body of knowledege available to our members.

As well as the continually growing body of knowledge, each new member may add to the WOW Pages knowledge bank by offering insights and information about their own business, trade or service, their do's and don'ts advice and their particular problem solving experience to help fellow members with self development and the pursuit of best practice and business excellence.

They can do this by participating in the forum or by submitting quality professional business articles or training material (non marketing) to the moderator for approval.  Once approved, they can be 'donated' to our membership area.

Our membership fee represents a fantastic investment in earch person's future successs.  We decided to offer our membership at a reasonable price so that it would be well within the budget of most women. 

Experienced business women may donate a membership to a woman or women's co-operative who, because of their circumstances, would otherwise not be able to afford to join the members club and gain from having the information that is found within the members area, or allow them to join in the member's forum. The donations of membership will be allocated by WOW to needy causes. For more information and details about this please click on read more below.


Women in developing countries are often subjected to horrific living conditions and physical hardship. We know that their needs are frequently borne out of desperation to keep themselves and their families alive. Often they find themselves a single parent without means to provide for themselves and their children, or they and their community have been subjected to the ravages of nature or exist at the mercy of the effects of war, disease, rape, oppression and servitude.

For them, for their community, learning how to grow and sell crops; farm the land, use or operate machinery, build shelter, learn to make products, to trade and educate themselves and their children to the methods of running a business and using a computer, is a major undertaking.

Equal pay for equal work has always been an important issue for women, and even though the gap has narrowed regarding this gender issue, exality, in most cases, does not yet exist.

Sexual harassment, prejudice and gender issues still exist in the workplace. Nowadays, many more women struggle and ‘break through’ the ‘glass ceiling’ that hitherto kept them from top positions within organisations. They do so by developing a ‘culture of excellence’ with which to vastly outrank their male colleagues’ in performance so that they can no longer be rejected on ability. They over deliver and over achieve in order to gain the key to the executive washroom. They frequently pay the price for their successes in their social and emotional life, struggling to balance work and family commitments, often resulting in detrimental, even tragic outcomes.

Working mothers struggle to keep going through children’s illnesses, breakdown in relationships, household catastrophe, balancing of work / home life and continual high levels of stress from keeping all the balls in the air.


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FTW: an International Network
The Follow The Women family is spread across the world. Many are currently living in areas of perceived conflict or in a country which has recently experienced conflict. All countries have been brought together in solidarity in the united goal of supporting and promoting peace.

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