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Dianna Agron Helps Launch Women’s Influencer Network

Dianna Agron’s popular site YouMeandCharlie.com is one of 9 sites comprising the Women’s Influencer Network.

By: Ashley Baylen

Published: June 5th, 2012 in Culture » Society » News

Dianna Agron Helps Launch Women’s Influencer Network

The Women’s Influencer Network (WIN) launched today, June 5th, showcasing some of the most high-profile female influencers online today. A total of 9 original web properties comprise the network including Dianna Agron’s YouMeanCharlie.com and Felicity Huffman’s mommy site, WhatTheFlicka.com.

So what exactly is WIN? The network connects audiences to “a diverse and engaged audience of women through the power of our female influencers.” WIN covers various topics including beauty, fashion, entertainment, moms, and relationships. Currently, the network has over 4 million unique visitors a month and over 20 million collective social media followers.

Dianna Agron’s YouMeandCharlie.com is a once-stop shop for anyone interested in arts and seeking out a place to fulfill their “creative juices.”

Felicity Huffman’s WhatTheFlicka.com is a “mecca for moms, sisters, and all women.”

"I am so thrilled to be a part of the Women's Influencer Network," said Felicity Huffman, creator of WhattheFlicka.com. "Digital Media Management has given me the tools to connect with a female audience online and joining WIN will allow me to extend that reach in a very powerful way."

Some other notable celebrity websites include the official sites of Nicole Richie, Vanessa Hudgens, and Tracee Ellis Ross, as well as the popular HelloGiggles.com, created by Zooey Dechanel, Sophia Rossi and Molly McAleer.

"I am pleased to be working with each of the women that make up the Women's Influencer Network," said Luigi Picarazzi, president of Digital Media Management. "They have built an incredible and lasting connection with their audiences and are harnessing their collective power to not only create unique and highly engaging branding opportunities, but to make a difference in the world."

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