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Clients & Campaigns


Our work has contributed to the PRSA's Silver Anvil Award for Best Branding campaign, the Webby for Best Family/Parenting site, and the HALO Award for Best Cause Marketing Campaign. Here are some select examples:

American Cancer Society

Since 2008, Women Online has worked with the American Cancer Society to build and enhance an online influencer strategy. Efforts have included spearheading the first ever Blogger Advisory Council for ACS, creation of interactive online health symposiums, development of blogger programs creatively intersecting ACS’s work with design, food, and health bloggers, and implementation of on the ground activations at conferences. Former Senior Director of Strategic Communications Planning Jesica D’Avanza says of Women Online’s work: “Women Online consistently delivers high quality results and meaningful relationships in the digital space to enhance our brand. With deep connections, the strategic know-how to create strong plans and a thoughtful and personal approach to client service, the Women Online team consistently exceeds expectations.”


Obama for America

Women Online is the first and only digital firm to have been hired by a presidential campaign to mobilize parent bloggers online. During President Obama’s 2012 re-election campaign, Women Online organized parent bloggers online, distributing curated content from the campaign, conducting Twitter parties during the debates, and asking bloggers to write “endorsement” blog posts. 



In 2012, 2013, and 2014, Women Online collaborated with the team at the United Nations Foundation and some of our favorite colleagues to engage with the web’s most influential parent bloggers in a blog relay to raise money and awareness of the need for global vaccines. In 2012, each day, one blogger published about his or her children and the need for vaccines globally. Each comment left on that day’s post resulted in the donation of $25 to Shot@Life, enough money to vaccinate one child for life. The campaign was called “one of the most successful campaigns for social good I’ve ever seen” by and resulted in the unlocking of $200,000 for life-saving vaccines.The 2013 campaign finished with over 36,000 comments, or 36,000 vaccines given to children who need them!



We've been proud to help AARP expand their reach and relationships among powerful midlife bloggers.


American Cancer Society


Ad Council

Oxfam America

Obama for America

Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation

Share Our Strength

Centers for Disease Control

Families and Work Institute/SHRM

The Alfred P Sloan Foundation

JPMorgan Chase Foundation

UN Foundation



Foundation for Advancing Alcohol Responsibility

National Center for Learning Disabilities

2020 Women on Boards

Bentley University Center for Women and Business

World Food Program USA

Womanity Foundation

Children's Miracle Network Hospitals

National Education Association

United Nations