Black Women in Europe Blog? Anniversary Book: 10 years in the making

Multi-award winning blog releases book to celebrate anniversary.

Black Women in Europe Blog? Anniversary Book: 10 years in the making
Black Women in Europe Blog? Anniversary Book: 10 years in the making

WATCHFIELD, EnglandJan. 10, 2017PRLog — In 2006 a blog was launched to celebrate the lives of the ordinary and extraordinary black women living in Europe. 10 years and several awards later, a book was created and dedicated to them.

Adrianne George, founder of the Black Women in Europe? Blog, started the blog after moving to Sweden from Belgium. Originally from Washington, DC she sought a way to connect with like-minded black women across Europe. The blog spawned a social network, Linkedin group, Facebook groups, YouTube Channel and more.

“You will meet 11 Sheroes I have encountered over the past 10 years”, Adrianne George says. “Many of them have gifts for you contained within. They all have unique stories and talents to share”.

The Kindle book also contains quotes from women in the exclusive social network, the Black Women in Europe?: Power List ? A List of Our Own? started in 2010, and introduces readers to two men who have supported this blog from 2006.

The book is exclusively available on all of Amazon’s websites including Amazon.co.uk- http://amzn.to/2jw4VL9. Search via ASIN: B01MT0CPE0.

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2014 Power List: The award-winning Black Women in Europe? blog releases 5th ?list of our own? most powerful black women in Europe

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Black Women in Europe?: Power List 2014 ? A List of Our Own?

OXFORDSHIRE, ENGLAND/ The Black Women in Europe? blog, created in 2006 by Adrianne George, released its 5th Black Women in Europe?: Power List 2014 that pays tribute to 5 women in the categories of Advocacy, Culture, Lifestyle, Politics, and Sports.

?This marks the fifth year in a row that the Black Women in Europe?: Power List shines a spotlight on incredible women?, George beams. ?I feel proud to be a woman and thankful for the opportunity to share this list?.

In 2010 the Black Women in Europe? Blog released its first Power List naming 58 women across Europe in 6 categories. The 2014 list is scaled down to five to celebrate the fifth year of the list, the only one of its kind that celebrates the achievement of black women in Europe.

The list, presented in alphabetical order, is intended to acknowledge powerful black women in Europe and to inspire others to reach their full potential. The list does?not?aim to?assess?rank but rather to showcase influential women who, in some cases are well known and in others, are up and coming stars.

The 2014 List editor is ??? Adrianne George. The logo and slide show were designed by Mark Derek McCullough of Cuedos Design.

View the complete list:
Black Women in Europe?: Power List 2014 ? A List of Our Own? ?- http://blog.blackwomenineurope.com/black-women-in-europe-power-list-2014-a-list-of-our-own/
View the list on video: ?http://bit.ly/2014PLYouTube
View the list on Slideshare: http://bit.ly/2014PLSlideShare
View the list on Sribd: http://bit.ly/2014PLScribd

Black Women in Europe? Blog
Black Women in Europe? Blog is an award-winning blog founded in 2006 by Adrianne George. It celebrates the lives of the ordinary and extraordinary black women living in Europe. To learn more about the Black Women in Europe? Blog visit us at: http://blog.blackwomenineurope.com.

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2012 Power List: The award-winning Black Women in Europe? blog releases a third ?list of our own? most powerful black women in Europe

Black Women in Europe?: Power List 2012 ? A List of Our Own?

STOCKHOLM, SWEDEN/ The Black Women in Europe? blog, created in 2006 by Adrianne George, released its third Black Women in Europe?: Power List 2012 that pays tribute to 11 women in the categories of Law, Entertainment, Media, Politics & Activism, The Arts, Entrepreneurship and Philanthropy.

?For the third year in a row the Black Women in Europe?: Power List continues to shine a light on amazing women doing amazing things?, George explains. ?It fills me with joy to be able to share their achievements with the world?.

In 2010 the Black Women in Europe? Blog released its first Power List naming 58 women across Europe in 6 categories. The 2011 list named 35 women in 9 categories.

The list, presented in alphabetical order, is intended to acknowledge powerful black women in Europe and to inspire others to reach their full potential. The list does not aim to assess rank but rather to showcase influential women who, in some cases well known and in others, are up and coming stars.
The 2012 List editor is Adrianne George. The logo and slide show were designed by Mark Derek McCullough of Cuedos Design.

View the complete list:
Black Women in Europe?: Power List 2012 ? A List of Our Own? –
http://blog.blackwomenineurope.com/2012/11/10/power-list/
View the list on video: http://bit.ly/2012PowerListVideo
View the list on Slideshare: http://www.slideshare.net/ageorgegal/black-women-in-europe-power-list-2012-a-list-of-our-own
View the list on Sribd: http://www.scribd.com/doc/113065759/BWIE-Powerlist-2012
View the list on myBrainshark: http://my.brainshark.com/Black-Women-in-Europe-Power-List-2012-A-List-of-Our-Own-479073149

Black Women in Europe? Blog
Black Women in Europe? Blog is an award-winning blog founded in 2006 by Adrianne George. It celebrates the lives of the ordinary and extraordinary black women living in Europe. To learn more about the Black Women in Europe? Blog visit us at: http://blog.blackwomenineurope.com.

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Good news from the advertising world for website owners

This is my first blog post of 2010. I spent the first month of the year in the capital of the United States and while I worked on a client project, I spent the rest of my time basking in the glow of being with my family and old friends. I didn’t want to spend any more time on the computer than absolutely necessary. So I limited myself to work and correspondence with the ones I love in Sweden, and arranging social activities in Washington, DC.

February took me to Lappland and the Ice Hotel and I was on the look out for the Northern Lights and all of the other magic associated with northern Sweden. Again, no motivation to blog during this once in a lifetime (for me) trip.

But today I read an article in Forbes online magazine that predicts an increase in digital advertising spending, and for the first time, that more money will be spent online than in print. Written by Dirk Smillie the headline reads:

Web ads to get a 10% boost in 2010. For the first time advertisers will spend more on digital than print.

We’ve been waiting for this: A study by Outsell, to be released Monday, reveals that U.S. advertisers are spending more this year on digital media than on print. Long predicted, this Madison Avenue milestone has finally arrived thanks to a 9.6% boom in digital advertising in 2010.

That number comes from Outsell’s annual advertising and marketing study, which collected data from 1,008 U.S. advertisers (both consumer and B2B) in December 2009. Of the $368 billion marketers plan to spend this year, 32.5% will go toward digital; 30.3% to print. Digital spending includes e-mail, video advertising, display ads and search marketing. “It’s a watershed moment,” says the study’s lead author, Outsell vice president Chuck Richard.

Read the full article on Forbes.com.

I, like every other website owner, welcome this news. Particularly since I am focusing on leveraging the wide reach of the AG Communications Group (AGCG) Advertising Network. The AGCG Advertising Network includes 8 websites that focus on black women, and expatriates. Specifically these websites focus on black women in Europe, women of the African Diaspora, black expatriates and expatriates in Stockholm and other parts of Sweden.

Niche is in, especially when spending money on advertising. Advertisers want to be sure that they are getting their message out in front of the right people.

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Press Release: Black Women in Europe? Blog and Social Network Celebrates Second and Third Anniversaries

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Social Network Boasts Over 600 Members While Website Visitors Come From Every Corner on Earth.

Stockholm, SWE November 3, 2009 ? The multiple award winning Black Women in Europe? Blog (http://blog.blackwomenineurope.com) and its companion, the Black Women in Europe? Social Network (http://blackwomenineurope.ning.com) is having a birthday complete with gifts for its readers and members. The website and social network, which celebrates Black women living in Europe, has visitors and members from around the world.

The Black Europe in Women? Blog turns three and the Social Network turns two this year. “Two and three successful years on the Internet is more like 572?, jokes Adrianne George, Black Women in Europe? founder. ?The Black Women in Europe? Blog and Social Network are growing daily,” she says , “I am humbled by and grateful for the faithful readers and members and take great pride in raising the profile of Black women living and thriving in Europe. Yes there are Black women in Europe!”

The Black Women in Europe Blog and Social Network leverages the global reach of the Internet, social media and widgets to share relevant news, event notices and showcase a wide range of talented Black women from all walks of life including politics, social activism, entertainment, journalism and more. And with Black women living in virtually every country in Europe, it certainly is a large and influential market.

“The Black Women in Europe? Blog and Social network are an important part of my life and identity,” says Adrianne George. “In the not-too-distant future I plan to obtain a non-profit status for the Black Women in Europe? Social Media Group (http://BlackWomenInEurope.org) to enable the sharing of information from Black women?s organizations across Europe. I want to be the funnel through which this information flows.”

The year has again been marked with highlights for the Black Women in Europe? Blog and Social network, notably the granting of the trademark for the name of Black Women in Europe?. The blog was also a finalist for a 2009 Black Weblog Award for Best International blog, was a featured blog on Ebonyjet.com, and was a guest blogger on PBS’s Tavis Smiley blog.

Tell me what the Black Women in Europe Blog and Social Network mean to you to win prizes from our anniversary sponsors.

Anniversary gifts are provided by IronSun Organics, Creating Tomorrow, Morganna’s Alchemy, Sheabutter Cottage, Simplicity Mastered?, Donna Elmore’s Send Out Cards, and Zhana’s Success Books. Companies who would like to participate in the celebrations can purchase advertising for a 30% discount. More information is available at http://blog.blackwomenineurope.com.

Contact: Adrianne George contact@blackwomenineurope.com

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We won!


One of the AG Communications Group’s brand, Black Women in Europe Blog,?has won another award.? See all of the awards given to the Black Women in Europe Blog.

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