This week here in the Greater Toronto area, over 300 bloggers from across Canada and the United States will gather to learn, to network and to be inspired and BlowMeCool will be there with our Community Manager, Hollie Pollard.
We are looking forward to the bliss, Hollie I am sure will have her BlowMeCool on standby so if you get too hot, find her. Actually Hollie will be there soaking in all the bliss as she is there every year as her alter ego CommonCentsMom.
What are we looking forward to at Blissdom Canada? We are looking forward to hanging with so many women who love Social Media just like we do. Women who love to stay cool. Women who are cool!
We are looking forward to high tea,learning more about social etiquette, and of course the parties, we are also looking forward to hearing from the Canadian head of Twitter, as we love to tweet. If you are going to be there what are you looking forward too?
Let us know if you spot Hollie, and a little orange mini fan. Tweet us with #orangespotted to let us know you saw her. As our Community Manager and as one of our bloggers she will be on the look out for bloggers who we may be able to partner with in the future, so if you do reviews and affiliate programs grab her for a conversation.
We look forward to a bliss filled week ahead and staying cool.
We are pleased to annouce that another Canadian affiliate likes our BlowMeCool mini-fan.
The Circle of Inner Wisdom is an Intuitive Healing Centre here in Ontario that offers Bowen Therapy, scar release,therapeutic touch and flower remedies.
CIW readers get a discount on BlowMeCool orders – check it out.
Our wish for Circle of Inner Wisdom readers is to Be Cool When You’re Hot !
We are so pleased to announce that Barbara Younger from Friend for the Ride has reviewed our BlowMeCool product. We also want to welcome Remarkable Wrinklies as an affliliate, her first blog post should be up soon so watch for it!
If you hop over to Barbara’s blog you can read her great review and if you don’t have a BlowMeCool well she is giving one away
We love our affiliates and bloggers, and we are always looking for great people to team with. If you are interested in reviewing a BlowMeCool let us know.
I keep saying how much we love our customers and their emails. This week the email is from Lise, who we met first in Ottawa at the Women’s show:
I had to write you and tell you about my experience with your product. I
bought my BlowMeCool at the Women Show at the Congress Centre in Ottawa. I
want to kiss the man who invented this gadget….lol. It is the best
thing I have ever purchased. You interviewed me at the Congress Centre and I
expressed why I was buying it.
I want to join this company because I am a true believer in this product. I
can honestly say it’s the best thing I have ever invested in for my
wonderful hot flashes. It is such a relief for me. I sit at my desk at work
and here it comes – the infamous hot flash. I set BlowMeCool down on my desk
and I feel this wonderful cool air, and I am so relieved. I go for dinner
with my husband, and again here comes my hot flash. I sit this quiet
mini-fan on the table and again relief.
I almost get into a panic mode when they come because the sweat is dripping
down my forehead. The best thing about it for me is that it’s so compact,
it’s small . and you don’t need batteries, you just charge it up. It’s just
like charging your cell phone. I have had so many people ask me about this
product, and I am sure I have convinced them to buy one. Thank you so much
for making my menopausal life so much more easier.
Lise from Ottawa
We really do love hearing from BlowMeCool users and were so glad that our little mini fan, while it’s not designed to help cancer patients, we are pleased that it is helping some patients deal with hot flashes caused by cancer treatments.
This comes to us from one reader:
BlowMeCool is a work of genius. I’ve been using one because I’m getting hot flashes from the stuff they’ve injected into me to keep my cancer under control. However, being a guy, I’m not sure I want to always use something that’s been named to attract ladies. I think you should consider a rename for guys. It could be used by guys like me, reacting to meds, or by guys sweating out a football game, or guys sweating after running, etc. You could call the rename “Blow me Down” or some such thing. You might also consider a renaming for people who tend to sink into the depths of depression. You could call that one “Blow me Up” or some such thing. But maybe that would be going too far.
Thank you, Edwoe for sharing with us, and we are so glad that our fan is part of your life and making you a little more comfortable in your battle. We wish you well.