so if I was looking for the top female social marketer...

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would that be tiffany dow?
or someone else?

I have a really awesome opp for a female social networking specialist - but Idon't know who the best person is to ask!
#internet marketing #female #marketer #social #top
  • Profile picture of the author Bev Clement
    Rachel it depends on what you are looking for.

    Tiff for Squidoo
    Mari Smith for Facebook
    CoachDeb is another one
  • Profile picture of the author Rachel Goodchild
    thank's Bev

    I want someone who knows how to explain web 2.0 overall really. and why "real life" people cna use it
    I can't write about it, but I've just seen my to do list for this mag, and it's time to pass some work along!
  • Profile picture of the author primuskannan
    Well is no slouch either.

    Sorry if you are looking only for warriors. Maybe she is a member here.


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