Work at Home Moms Internet Marketing & Networking


Sunday, October 01, 2006

Work at Home Moms Campaign for Breast Cancer Awareness Begins

Contact: Alice Seba
Phone Number: 1-604-608-5575
Email: aliceseba@aliceseba.com


Since 2003, InternetBasedMoms.com has participated in Breast Cancer Awareness Month at and this year the tradition continues. Breast Cancer Awareness month is traditionally in October, but the website provides information to women and participates in fundraisers all year round. Since last November 1, 2003, the website has raised over $1000 for breast cancer charities. They hope to raise that total significantly this October.

Some components of the breast cancer awareness event include:
According to Alice Seba, owner of InternetBasedMoms.com, "Each year, I meet more and more women affected by breast cancer. I know what I'm doing isn't earth shattering and won't end breast cancer all on its own. That's why I'm calling all mothers and online entrepreneurs to help spread the word and raise money to put an end to this disease."

More information about the event can be found at:
http://www.internetbasedmoms.com/breast-cancer-awareness

Alice Seba, Owner of Internet Based Moms Interviewed for Mom & Home Business Article

Contact: Alice Seba
Phone Number: 1-604-608-5575
Email: aliceseba@aliceseba.com

InternetBasedMoms.com owner, Alice Seba, was recently interviewed by Mary Beth McLaughlin for an article about moms and home business. Seba and McLaughlin chatted about why moms are keen on starting Internet marketing businesses as opposed to traditional consumer product-based home businesses.

According to Seba, "I know many other moms are just like I was. At home with a little baby and trying to figure out how to earn an income from home to avoid going back to work. Most home businesses aren't true at-home businesses as they require owners to get out of the house and peddle their products and fulfill orders. I wanted to have a business completely from home and the Internet allows that.

Budding mom online entrepreneurs can visit InternetBasedMoms.com for step-by-step help.

McLaughlin's article can be read at the Toledo Blade website.