San Francisco, CA, December 13, 2006 --(PR.com
)-- While Austin, Texas-based, FlapDaddy announces "a Million dollar talent contest" that is open to "premium" members (pay to play), Sausalito-based SavvyHer offers free contest participation (and membership) when in launches later this month.
SavvyHer.com is the first online social network where women 40+ (and those who want to know what they think) can read and contribute tips for making women's lives easier and more joyful - and get recognized and rewarded (with gifts) each month, when members vote one of their tips among the Ten Most Popular.
With this social network business model, we can finally find out what many middle-aged women really like and want.
Contest winners get gifts from remarkably diverse companies:
• Karen Neuberger (comfy clothing, Oprah's favorite pajamas)
• Brondell Swash (high tech toilet seats)
• SnapJot (group-created photo scrapbooks)
As the SavvyHer membership grows, gifts will grow ever more extravagant.
Membership is free, quick and easy in this sponsor-supported network. Includes a directory of tips and members (easy to find “tagged” categories), weekly eNewsletter and monthly poll.
Winners' tips will also be featured in the annual book
Savvy Tips for Savvy Women:
The Best of SavvyHer, 2007
More about SavvyHer
When the site goes public, SavvyHer will already have tips from celebrities (from Jamie Lee Curtis to Kathleen Turner), best-selling authors (from Dr. Miriam, author of Strong Women Stay Young to Adrianna Huffington, author of Fearless), experts and leaders in companies, causes and special interest groups and associations.
Tips may include photos or video.
Tips are moderated to keep the network free from comments not in keeping with the spirit of SavvyHer.
Sign up to receive an alert by email for the preview launch at SavvyHer.com.