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How You Promote your Brand by using WiShe

Wishe is a social network that combines meaningful content and women in business; it is the only social network that targets professional women and inspires them to promote their brand and reach an international audience.

Whether you have an idea or a dream, or you have already started to build your brand,

Wishe is the only social network for you: professional woman. Wishe gives you the platform to

Create & Promote your brand ,And connect with women all around the world.

my name is Or Tuvia, I’m a master of marketing student and specialize in online marketing. I created Wishe a new social network for women, my goal is to empower women and help them build their brand and fulfill themselves.

How does it work? Wishe uniqueness is the combination of three elements: platform to share meaningful content (generate brand awareness and differentiation) business portfolio (consideration level) & coupons (drive call to action).

Today’s marketing approach is about educating and enriching the client and about segmentation. How?  By sharing meaningful content such as tips, knowledge, and advice that will reach the right audience- women. Each woman can be her own promoter and share her experience, that’s how she builds herself as a brand. Also, since Wishe is divided into categories, users can choose to exposed to relevant content only.

Second, Business id- instead of building a website or blog and worry about design and traffic. in Wishe you can create a portfolio that is both visual and textual. You can share articles, pictures, and videos. Someone saw a video you shared? Here she can learn more about you and your brand.

Finally, drive call to action by sharing special coupons with other YPiS members all around the world. since Wishe aims to promote also women with a low, or with no, marketing budget, we don’t charge for advertising. instead we charge a commission of 5% of each deal, only when it occurs; the women pay only if they earn.

The coupons will also create traffic on the website: if someone doesn’t visit the site for the content, she will come for the special coupons.

My dream is to inspire women around the world to make their passion become a profitable business. My ultimate goal? Help women do what they love, and make money from it!

So stop #Wishing start #Doing

Website link: http://mywishe.com

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I am Or Tuvia, Founder and CEO of “Wishe” (former ypis), a social media platform that creates a connection between professional women all around the world and allows them to , create and promote their brand and connect with women all around the world, within the mission to help them make their passion to become a profitable business. I am a young woman working on my Master’s of Science in Marketing. After my two years with the IDF, I began to travel the world while also working remotely in the marketing field. I have many interests including fashion, wellness and the arts but couldn’t focus on one. Always being an ambitious person looking for direction, it was at this point of my life that I found my passion in life. That is the passion to write. However, I found myself lacking the platform to share my knowledge and experiences. My travels allowed me to meet like-minded women that also shared these same concerns. Now, while working on my Masters it came to me that I would like to create such a platform where women can not only share their passions with one another but also a platform that promotes them. My travels and experience have allowed me to build great communication skills with people of all walks of life. Furthermore, through my past experience, I have expertise in Marketing, Adwords, WordPress, as well as Brand Building. All of these attributes which I plan to share with professional women and to help further their endeavors.

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