Chronicle of My Horse is a network created by one of the United States oldest equestrian magazines, The Chronicle of the Horse. Since 1937, The Chronicle of My Horse has been publishing comprehensive news and features about the equestrian world and with this new network they are moving into the 21st century and offering readers a new way to connect!
Women’s Leadership Revival takes a quote from Kofi Annan as inspiration for the network, “The future of the world depends on women.” With this as a guiding principle, the network aims to support and empower women around the world, helping women achieve their goals and to affirm their roles as leaders.
On personal blogs, members share interesting books, movies or articles they’ve come across that explore women as leaders. There are also posts on the meaning of leadership and spreading peace through leadership.
Sales Management 2.0 is a network “for sales professionals, by sales professionals.” What started as a blog written by Brad Trnavsky is a now a full-fledged social network, with the goal of bringing sales professionals together to share ideas and advice.
As Brad states, “Blogs were better than static web pages for communicating with people, but I was still longing for that feeling of community that is hard to get from a single blog. I finally feel I have created that community I was looking for here at Sales Management 2.0.”
Right on the main page, Network Creator Tiffney Bradley encourages members to do two important things: Invite their fellow Therrians and upload photos. It’s a great way to engage people immediately — and people have responded, uploading hundreds of images. In a slideshow on the main page, you just might spot your former chemistry lab partner all grown up and with a family of her own!
Members use the videos section to post samples of their work. Nicolle Sulcer, a recent graduate of the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs, is an anchor of the morning news program at KJCT and shared this promo of her work.