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July 11, 2014  Keynoter Announced - Social Media Summit Aug. 12 in San Francisco

July 09, 2014  Dynamic Female Duo Now at the Helm of SheKnows

July 08, 2014  SheKnows Sharing its Explorer Platform With Competitors, For Free

June 26, 2014  CMO Spotlight: Q&A with Samantha Skey of SheKnows

June 25, 2014  Social Media Spotlight: Jennifer Gaonach

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Press Releases

July 10, 2014  Women’s Lifestyle Media Platform SheKnows Expands Leadership Team with 3 New Executive Appointments

June 25, 2014  SheKnows Officially Launches Explorer, an Innovative High-Engagement Content Distribution Platform for Premium Publishers

April 24, 2014  SheKnows Announces Winners of the 2014 Real Woman Beauty Awards

April 14, 2014  SheKnows Appoints Tim Glenn as Vice President of Business Development

March 24, 2014  SheKnows Opens Real Woman Beauty Awards Call For Submissions

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Insights

Marketing to the Likeable Mom: A Report on How Family, Brands and Technology Influence Her Social Identity

SheKnows examines how four groups of mothers – Working, Stay-at-Home, Millennial and Generation X – connect with and react to technology, specifically with regard to the social media content they create, share, and seek.

5 Lessons Marketers Can Learn From Millennial Women

Tech-native, entitled, collaborative, distracted, and loyal. These are just some of the words that come to mind when describing Millennials. Of the nearly 80 million Millennials that live in the U.S. today, about half are women. What can marketers learn from this powerful, influential consumer group? In a new byline published by iMedia, SheKnows explores five strategies that can help brands build authentic connections, establish trust and ultimately gain long-term loyalty from today's young women.

Marketing Ban Bossy: What Went Wrong And Why We Need To Ask Girls What They Want

Samantha Skey, SheKnows' Chief Revenue Officer, explores why Sheryl Sandberg's Ban Bossy campaign fell short and how taking a different marketing approach - i.e., asking girls what they think about the issue - may help continue to shed light on the important issue of girls and leadership.



Media Contacts

Jennifer Ottum, B2B Media Relations, 480.237.7100 ext. 4109, jennifer.ottum@sheknows.com
Lauren Millea, B2C Media Relations, 480.237.7100 ext. 4171, lauren.millea@sheknows.com

For general inquiries, email marketing@sheknows.com