PR: Newly Published, Dean Continues to Hire and Expand During Recession
Moms Earning Full-time Incomes on the Internet Continue to Defy Doom and Gloom Trends by Giving Their Markets What They Want
Pensacola, FL-March 30, 2009-A single layoff turned Nicole Dean’s one-income family into a no-income family over night. After that experience she decided to take control of her earning potential and started an online marketing business. That was back in 2001. Today Nicole Dean is not only running her online business successfully but is able to hire 12 work-at-home-moms to keep things running smoothly. Her audiences faithfully visit her websites and purchase her products and services because she gives them exactly what they want. Nicole’s story is one of 101 stories featured in the newly released Chicken Soup for the Soul: Power Moms.
“I feel that my work mentoring and educating online entrepreneurs has become more of a calling than a business. A lot of people are out of work or over their heads in debt right now. The Internet does offer opportunities but it is a vast place. Success depends on how well you equip yourself with knowledge and that’s where I come in,” explains Dean.
Nicole Dean’s website business is focused on providing practical and trusted information for new and existing businesses owners. An overview of the scope of her business can be found at www.NicoleDean.com. Among her most popular websites for women are:
- www.ShowMomtheMoney.com – a content site offering articles, courses, inspiration and ideas on creating an income from home while raising children.
- www.Shelancers.com – a professional association and job board for female freelancers.
- www.LadyPens.com – a rich library of free reprint articles (for publishers) and audios (for podcasters) written by dynamic women business owners.
The recession has shut down many segments of the economy except the Internet marketplace. In America over 10 million firms are owned by women and these firms employ over 13 million people who generate over $1.3 trillion in revenues (Center for Women’s Business Research, 2008). Online women business owners like Nicole Dean are a growing segment of this small business sector and quite possibly one of the key drivers to help bring our economy out of the recession.
Known as the “work at home mom’s coach,” Nicole Dean has been helping women and especially moms to achieve business success online since 2004. To discuss a media story about Nicole Dean, please contact Sharon McMillan, Media Relations at (216) 342-1502 or firstname.lastname@example.org.