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A little about yourself...and how can we help you
My name is April Williams and I am a successful MOMpreneur and the mom to a beautiful 5 year old son. I am passionate about my Christian faith, my family, my friends, the environment and helping other women and moms to be inspired and empowered to live their dreams. I am a network marketer and provide blog coaching to those wanting a personal blog.
I also promote a 90 Day Health Challenge called the Body By Vi Challenge with ViSalus Sciences. Amazing company whether you want to build a business or just lose weight and have better health with a simple meal replacement shake.
A huge welcome to Butterfly! Please upload a blog about your journey in inspiring others, coupled with parenting! We'd also be so appreciative if you would invite your circle of moms into the Butterfly community by way of the Invite tab so that we can empower as many women as possible around the world.
Continue your journey here by networking with like-minded women in some of the many groups or start a group of your own. (groups under Members tab/on homepage).
Enjoy the Mom Mentor videos with Olympic Swimmer, Summer Sanders and HGTV Host, Paige Rien. Paige shares how she landed on TV and how tips for home renovation. Paige's video is featured on the homepage... enjoy other interviews with moms we've interviewed: Gloria Allred, Kathie Lee, Jenny McCarthy, Malaak Compton-Rock, Jill Zarin, LIsa Bloom, Liz Lange...
hi april! your site is beautiful, i just checked it out. i am interested to see everyone's opinion on social media marketing. i believe it's the single most effective way to reach people these days. in fact, i have asked around and really not many people read newspapers, coupon booklets, even local small magazines anymore. everything is accomplished online! i really liked your thoughts on marketing vs. spamming -- being from the South myself, i am always concerned that my marketing efforts may be seen as "annoying" so i tend to dial it down quite a bit. i'd love to hear what others think.