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Welcome Small Business Ideas Forum as a New Sponsor!

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Thursday, April 26, 2007

Well goodness folks, I announce that I'm offering up advertising and 50% of my prime real estate is sold within a few hours! Apparently, if you are thinking of advertising here, you might want to get cracking.

Anyway, wanted to make a quick post to welcome our latest sponsor, the Small Business Ideas forums.

Seem like an odd fit for a breastfeeding site?

Well, as you guys know, I'm a full time work at home mom. I run a consulting business and I do quite a bit of writing and teaching. That's allowed me to be at home with my children full time which has made breastfeeding quite a bit easier. I'm not the only mom that feels this way and thankfully, the Internet has allowed legions of men and women to make the leap to working at home by becoming consultants, starting their own businesses, or even becoming professional bloggers.

The Small Business Ideas forum was formed with that audience in mind. It's chalk full of both brand new and experienced work at home types including quite a few work at home moms and work at home dads. The goal of this site is to bring people together to brainstorm ideas, learn from each other's experience and to collectively build more financial security into working at home.

It's a friendly place. I spend quite a bit of time there myself. (Disclaimer: this site is owned by the same publisher that owns my Search Engine Guide site.) If you work at home, or are thinking about doing so, you might want to check it out.

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