About Our Contributed Posts

Some of our readers have noticed that, from time to time, we have posted articles on Woman Around Town that are by Contributed in Contributed. We want to take this opportunity to explain what you are reading when you read a “Contributed” post.

As you know, most websites and media companies earn revenue from advertising.  Woman Around Town is no different.  We do post a very few ads from companies on the right-hand side of the website. Those are called affiliate ads, which may provide Woman Around Town a very small fee for sales made through those ads.

We also post articles which contain links to advertiser websites.  We label those Contributed Posts. Contributed posts are advertisements written by third parties who have paid Woman Around Town for publication.  That wording is included at the bottom of every contributed post on the website. If you miss the by-line indicating it’s by Contributed, this last word will let you know that you’ve just read an advertisement.

We are very particular about the contributed posts we accept and publish on our site. They must be well written and informative. They must be accurate about the topics they cover, and they must link only to approved websites.  For example, we will not accept a contributed post if it contains links to gambling, vaping, dating, cheating, or essay writing sites.  We read and consider each contributed post before approving it for posting because we value our readers and know what you expect of us.

We appreciate your support of Woman Around Town as we strive to keep the lights on and provide you with the quality and meaningful content you’ve come to expect from us.

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About Debra Toppeta (2 Articles)
Debra Toppeta is the Publisher of Woman Around Town. After graduating from Cornell University, Debra began her career in financial services where she ultimately became the lead technical and motivational speechwriter for the members of the Executive Suite, including the CEO and several board members. Debra left financial services to attend Law School and immediately joined a large white-shoe law firm in Manhattan where she spent eight long years working in mergers and acquisitions. Committed to public service, Debra has served on the board of a special education institution in Manhattan and, with her husband, has created several foundations and scholarships to help underprivileged teens afford college. She serves on the Board of Trustees of the American Classical Orchestra, a period instrument orchestra in NYC that makes its home in Alice Tully Hall in Lincoln Center, and is 1st Vice President and member of the Board of Governors of the New York Press Club. While she enjoys writing, Debra is happy to leave that to the experts and prefers to work behind the scenes of Woman Around Town getting the word out about the website, supporting all of the talented writers and keeping things legal.