Things Women Want is the ultimate guide to everything feminine. Written by women for women, TWW provides the latest trends in beauty, fashion, sex & more!
We lead busy lives. Whether we stay at home to raise our children, or go to work every day to earn an income, it’s easy to feel like we have no time for ourselves. Somebody is always demanding our attention. Someone always wants us to listen.
That’s why we created Thingswomenwant.com. The purpose of the site is pretty simple however. It’s really about things women want to say and things women want to know.
We’ve divided ThingsWomenWant.com into 7 different categories of the things women want. Down the road we may add a few more, but it’s unlikely that we’ll ever get rid of these. Our topical categories are:
First of all, this is a free site and always will be. You don’t even need to sign up to read the articles and explore the site (although we’d love to have you as part of the family).
We have a number of expert authors and contributing editors who will be publishing interesting articles about all of our topics on an ongoing basis. These are fresh, new and insightful articles that will appear here and nowhere else—we are not republishing things you’ve seen elsewhere.
But we also want to hear from you. This is forum for your personal self-expression, so please speak up and be heard. Whether you want to seek advice, offer advice, or simply want to weigh in on a topic, this is the place and now is the time.
If you happen to be a prolific writer, then it will be easy for you to become one of our contributing editors. After you publish 10 articles on Thingswomenwant.com, we invite you to join us. You’ll get a free, personal webpage on our site with your bio, any pictures you want to share, your professional profile and links to any related professional (or personal) sites that you want to share with the readers.
It’s a great way to get your name out there, publish some content, and build your personal brand.
We want to make it easy to publish your articles on our site, and we don’t want to act as censors. So here are the only things you should remember when submitting to Thingswomenwant.com.
Frank discussion about sexual or relationship topics is one thing—and perfectly acceptable—but we don’t need the graphic details either. Common sense is the order of the day on this one.
People are coming to the site to get good information, not to read ads. Use this forum to display solid thought leadership in your chosen field—that’s the best kind of advertising there is. But if you have a business to promote, the best idea is to become a contributing editor, and get a free web page that you can use for blatant self-promotion.
An editor will review every article submitted for publication. If the article is rejected for any reason, it will be returned to you with suggestions for acceptance.
We are looking for solid articles that deliver solid, interesting and substantial information. Four hundred words isn’t as hard as it might first seem—think in terms of 5 paragraphs with 5 sentences of 15 or 20 words each. That’s it. Once you’re in the writing groove, you won’t even have to think about it. The words will just flow.
Once an article has been accepted and published on our site the copyright becomes ours, with your accreditation, and cannot be published elsewhere online.
Thingswomenwant.com is a free site—we don’t charge people to visit and read the articles. We also don’t pay for the articles that you submit, but you will be able to express yourself publicly, and the exposure you receive, both personally and professionally, can be substantial. This is particularly true if you become a contributing editor.