“Half the world’s population, but not with half the share of wealth, wellbeing and opportunity. And certainly, women do not get half of media attention, or an equal voice in expression – only 22 percent of the voices you hear and read in the news today are women’s.” (Women in the News: Gender Wire, IPS).
Australian Women Online (AWO) is web publisher of business, career and lifestyle content for women. Launched on 10 October 2007, the website has grown to become one of the most popular and most respected websites for women in Australia. AWO publishes quality content in the categories of: lifestyle; small business; work and career; books and authors; health and wellbeing; beauty and fashion; and other topics of interest to women.
Our key demographic is women over 30 in Australia, New Zealand and the Asia Pacific Region, but the website also receives a significant number of visitors from North America and the European Union.
Australian Women Online
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|Deborah Robinson – Managing Editor and Webmaster
The founder of Australian Women Online, Deborah is a writer and freelance web consultant. As a web consultant, Deborah has contributed to the development of the ANZ Small Business Hub and recently worked on national social media campaign for McWilliams Wines (Drambuie Signature Serve). But most of her time is spent managing and editing Australian Women Online and the site’s online shopping and games channels.
Joanne Madeline Moore – Horoscopes
Joanne Madeline Moore has been a professional astrologer in Australia for over 20 years, writing stars for newspapers across the country as well as New Zealand, Malaysia and Japan. She has regularly featured on radio and in major publications, such as Marie Claire and CLEO where she was the resident astrologer for seven years. Joanne has also been well loved as Australian Women’s Weekly’s Gardening by the Moon columnist since 2001. Joanne’s Moore Weekly Stars are published on the website every Sunday night.
Australian Women Online also publishes many articles throughout the year by experts from business, universities, registered charities, government agencies and not-for-profit organisations. For more information about contributing to the website see our write for us page.