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Women's Voices Magazine Growth Continues in 2014

 
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Indianapolis, IN -- (SBWIRE) -- 03/13/2014 -- Women’s Voices Magazine, the national digital magazine website launched in May, 2013, continues its reach growth starting 2014 with an impressive 240% page view increase and gains in each regional demographic.

WVM added 14 new columnists so far in 2014, now totaling over 60, including two new video columns. With an archive of over 700 articles in 10 interest sections, women and men are responding to the quality, variety, and uniqueness of WVM in a big way.

The 2014 columnist additions include:
Debra Bigler, Owner of Prime National
Leah Bolden, Co-Founder of See Jane Drill
Shirley T. Burke, Founder of Esteem Institute
Layne Dalfen, Founder of The Dream Interpretation Center
Christine Polonia Gresh, Founder of CraftVendorDirectory.com
Vernice Jackson, Founder of Women In History
Monica Julian, Financial Planner with Primerica Financial Services
Laura Mayer, Founder of Soul Dancing Healing Practice
Mary Occhino, Psychic Intuitive and former top SiriusXM radio personality
Sarah Pavlou, Founder of International Women in Business (IWIB)
Rosalinda Rivera, Executive Director of New Life For Youth.
Caprice Smith, Author and Founder of Sharper Minds Consultants
Lynnis Wood-Mullins, Founder and CEO of Praiseworks Health and Wellness
Cindy Yates, Member of National Military Family Association (NMFA) and Founder of Following Orders, LLC.

WVM is contemporary, informative, thought-provoking, and entertaining. The content was mapped with the real lives of readers in mind. WVM wants its readers to see themselves and their lives represented and provide relatable and relevant content.

Executive Editor Brenda Krueger Huffman notes, “The WVM vision is to showcase the voices of women including those not necessarily heard in a mainstream, national magazine. Some of the columnists are first time writ¬ers, and many are bestselling book authors and business owners. They all embody the WVM mission of presenting content that is Insightful … Informative … Inspirational.”

Huffman concludes, “We are thrilled with the feedback we have received and the steady growth in our influence and reach. Women and men are seeing themselves and their lives in the variety of the WVM columns. They are excited to see the things they care about featured and discussed. Our largest demographic is professional women, and they especially like the real-life driven Economy, Digital, and Impact sections. And, yes, WVM has many male readers too.”

WVM features its female columnists nationally on topics ranging from home and family to politics and economy to the many aspects of a person’s life that shape and inspire them. The WVM columnists live in cities and towns all across the United States. They range from 23 to 50+, from single working class mom to seasoned executive, with columns encompassing the serious and poignant to the downright hilarious and fun.

There are ten interest sections in WVM – Home, Family, Life, Enjoy, Soul, Politics, Economy, Digital, Impact, and Community. WVM is for women and men of all walks of life and backgrounds, from all income levels, of all ages, and family descriptions. The WVM columns touch on the many aspects of a person’s life.

Visit Women’s Voices Magazine at http://www.womensvoicesmagazine.com, and join the WVM Community – Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and Pinterest.

About Women's Voices Magazine
Women’s Voices Magazine is created and published by Women’s Voices Media, LLC. WVM actively pursues the creation of a community that welcomes and encourages all people. We seek to provide a place to celebrate life and relate to one another. The goals of WVM are to offer insight, information, and inspiration while creating a community experience that provides forward thinking and relevant content. Our purpose is to bridge the generation gap, the wealth gap, and the circumstance understanding gap, for we know most life themes, no matter how they play out specifically, are universal life themes for most people. We know we have more in common than not in life’s bigger picture, and we all do better when we come together as a relatable community.