Get Published or Featured
By sharing your expertise, insights and small business guidance in our Blog or Business Magazine, you are supporting women business owners to reach their full potential. Not to mention getting free exposure for you and your business.
WNA bloggers, publish, share and influence – for FREE! What could be more meaningful to your business than that?
By becoming a WNA Blog Contributor you’ll get free exposure, raise your reputation and profile and be connecting with thousands of business women nationally and internationally.
If you are interested in learning more about this opportunity please contact our head office on 1800 052 476 to discuss the matter further or you can read more about what is involved and register your interest online.
Get featured in our Women’s Network Digital Business Magazine. Show us your writing style by submitting an editorial for consideration in the next issue. Our reader is aspiring towards a lifestyle that offers greater balance both professionally and personally. Women’s Network Magazine offers our reader in each issue the perfect mix of information and inspiration on how to succeed in business. Connect…Grow…Succeed.
In its 25th year of production, Women’s Network Business Magazine is on trend, with the revamped, Digital Magazine. It is energetic and carries a unique mix of business and lifestyle topics. The magazine has carved its position as a market leader, keeping its readers informed and up-to-date on the latest business trends, ideas and concepts. Each issue is aptly themed to coincide with our Front Cover Feature.
It goes without saying that the editorial submissions must be informative, newsworthy and share your unique expertise. It could include tips, strategies, case studies, analysis, opinions and commentary. Remember to keep to the 700 word count.
Read by a primary and secondary readership of over 30,000 business and professional women, the magazine presents advertisers with a unique opportunity to build rapport with thousands of our loyal and committed female readers. The magazine’s secondary readership continues to grow with 45 per cent of our readers reporting that they share their magazine with an average network of five business colleagues and friends.