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Saturday, October 31, 2009

Ora Trei Designs Dazzling Holiday Sale and Silver Bell Hunt!

(Be sure to checkout Ora Trei Designs on MODA Spotlight:

Ora Trei Designs



PR Contact: Annette Wilder, Wilder Public Relations Firm Inc. for Ora Trei Designs

Re: Ora Trei Designs Dazzling Holiday Sale and Silver Bell Hunt!
Join us for the Holiday sale event of the season as Ora Trei Designs prepares for its huge 50% off sale from November 7th through the 13th. The sale will consist of items in both the women’s and men’s departments. Members will receive an amazing dollarbie gift and there will be beautiful Christmas gowns on sale for a limited time available for group members only. So don't wait to join the group, do it today! Ora Trei Designs shows their members everyday how much they appreciate them with their Members only V.I.P. section, which features items at a low discounted price. During the week of the fabulous sale there will also be a Silver Bell Hunt for all you hunt lovers out there. The hunt will include some great prizes/gifts and lots of fun for all who participate. This is also the perfect time to buy gift cards for your loved ones because all gift cards will be half off!!

Stunning haute couture designs are just one of the many fabulous fashion styles which Ora Trei Designs is known for. Since the opening of their doors, in February 2009, Ora Trei Designs has been busy making a name for themselves. Recently, the gorgeous fashions of Ora Trei were featured on the esteemed MODA Spotlight which aired live on TreetTV. The owner of Ora Trei Designs, Potnia Theas, is no stranger to fashion. In real life she is an avid fan of fashion related shows and movies. When Potnia joined SL she brought her love of fashion with her and created a clothing line known as "Urban Funeral" which included Urban Gothic and Harajuku themed clothing. Eventually, Potnia decided she wanted something more couture and that is when Ora Trei Designs was born. Ora Trei means 3 o'clock in Romanian and Potnia chose the name as a reference of time and trinity..."perseverance, patience, and practice", all of which are fitting to Potnia's personality and outlook on her business.

Ora Trei Designs "Dazzling Holiday Sale" will feature many new items for both men and women. Whether you are buying a new outfit for yourself or a gift for someone for the holidays Ora Trei Designs has something for everyone on your Christmas list!

For more information regarding Ora Trei Designs, please contact Potnia Theas-Owner. Media wanting to interview or setup appointment with Potnia please contact Annette Wilder-Wilder Public Relations Firm Inc™ Owner.

Date: 7 November 2009(Saturday)
Venue: Nova Lux

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Tuesday, October 27, 2009

Secondnights Venue Photo Contest

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Secondnights is pleased to launch its special Venue Contest.

DESCRIPTION: will launch its new photo contest where contestants who would like to participate will do so by sending in great shots of the wonderful, creative, and entertaining world of SL. Remember, we only want to see amazing photos which feature venues from the Secondnights Venue List. Your entries can consist of pictures of fabulous parties, awesome fashion shows, dances, live performances by singers or bands, cool locations, and any interesting creative event or location that you can find on our list of venues. If you would like to accept this challenge we invite you to participate and show us what you can come up with. You will be allowed to take your shots during the venue's event or wait till after the event is over and use the location with models of your choice.

* The shots must be taken in High Resolution and with a width of almost 4000pxl (height proportional). On the site you can post an image of about 1200pxl of width max. We ask that you use high resolution because if your photo will be used for the magazine it is required. We accept edited and not edited photos.

Simone Peterman - Secondnights Manager
Dafne Watanabe - Secondnights Manager
SebCaen Ulysses - Secondnights Manager
Maryna Wind - Sl Uncover
Rusch Raymaker/Jesika Contepomi - Avenue
Ananda Valeeva - InnerWorld Magazine
Patty Cortes - Glance International Agency

A. Choose a Location from the Secondnights Venue list on the site -

B. Create your amazing shots.

C. Send all the photos you want entered to our website.

D. Judges will choose the best 3 photos as winners

E. Judge will also choose 8 other photo entries to create a special publication created by Secondnights which will feature reviews of the venues chosen for photos.

All 12 finalists must have photos that are high quality in order for a magazine to be created.

Once all photos are sent in the judges will narrow their favorites down to 12 finalists. Once all 12 finalists are chosen we are able to choose the 3 winners (8 point to the first, 7 to the second, 6 to the third, ...)

Magazine Unveiling FINAL ACT
December 4th or 5th, 2009 there will be a party and the special magazine will be revealed for all of SL to see. More information on the party will be released at a later time.

1st place
• $5,000L
• BeCasual gift Card $1250l value + MICHA MI Gift Card $1250l value + JLDesigns Gift Card $1000l value + PACADI Jasha Gift Card $1250l value
• An artist review on Secondnights website
• An artist review on the special magazine created by Secondnights
• Flickr set on our page on Flickr

2nd place
• $3,000L
• BeCasual gift Card $850l value + MICHA MI Gift Card $850l value + JJLDesigns Gift Card $500l value + PACADI Jasha Gift Card $850l value
• An artist review on Secondnights website
• Flickr set on our page on Flickr

3rd place
• $1,500L
• BeCasual gift Card $450l value + MICHA MI Gift Card $450l value + JLDesigns Gift Card $250l value + PACADI Jasha Gift Card $450l value
• An artist review on Secondnights website

**If we decide that the quality of the 12 finalists photos will not be good enough to create a quality magazine we reserve the rights to give only prizes and have no obligation to make a magazine.

By submitting your entries you give all the rights to publish them in the magazine if your photo is chosen. Secondnights will credit the author with the full name in all media where the photo will be used (web, magazine, SL, posters).

Tuesday, October 20, 2009

Wilder PR welcomes Ora Trei Designs...

We at Wilder would love to welcome our newest client Ora Trei Designs. We will be begin working with the fabulous owner of Ora Trei beginning in November. We want to congratulate the owner of Ora Trei Designs, Potnia Theas, on the appearance of her wonderful clothing that was on Moda Spotlight Monday October the 19th. We are honored to have you as a new client. Welcome to the Wilder family Potnia and we are looking forward to a long prosperous relationship together. We want to say these last two months have been wonderful with all the new clients which includes: MOREA STYLE, Shapes by Kira, Virtual Impressions, and Styles of edo. As we continue to grow and gain more clients we never want to forget those who have been with us from the beginning and we would like to thank you for continuing to send referrals and use us as your first choice for PR.

Annette Wilder, Owner, Wilder Public Relations Firm Inc.™

Monday, October 19, 2009

Miss Bliss Couture 2010 Finalists!!

It is our pleasure to announce the Bliss Couture 2010 Model Contest Top 20.

Please help us in congratulating our finalist, you will find their portraits on display in the Competition Showroom:

We look forward to the next phase of our competition, the selection of the Final 10. Details of the next stage will be sent to the Finalists individually.

Anastacia Markova
Chirzaka Vlodovic
EmeraldEyes Honi
emma portilo
gemini hennesy
isabel brocco
Ivyana Szondi
Jennaa Loire
Mavi Beck
Melanie Sautereau
Mimmi Boa
nemi McCoy
patt sands
Preciouss Metall
Sazzy Oh
Swoozy Skytower
Tatiana Kurri
Wenadrenia Soderstrom
Wicca Merlin
Sabine Blackburn

Tuesday, October 13, 2009

Ansleigh's Corner

Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery.

We’ve all heard the phrase before, and if used correctly, it’s always used sarcastically. Any content creator or business owner in Second Life knows that there is nothing more frustrating, annoying, or downright infuriating than a content thief. In a virtual world where you can be anything you want to be, create anything you want to create, and live any life you want to live, I have to wonder: why do we still have copy cats?

A lot of attention has been paid lately to those thieves that take the hard work of others and pass it off as their own. Many think that these stories apply mostly to designers whose fashions are copybotted and resold in sleazy discount shops and obscure profiles on XStreet, but the ugly truth is that these purloining miscreants have pervaded nearly every area of our second lives. At Wilder, we have had the unfortunate task of helping several of our clients deal with the pilfering of their designs, and we’ve had our share of would-be plunderers snooping around the office for our keys to success as well. It has long been our practice to deal with these indiscretions in-house, saving everyone time and embarrassment, but recently a case has come to our attention so blatantly obvious, and therefore all the more heinous, that we choose to remain silent no more. Now we choose to expose and examine up close a content thief, in the hopes that she will never again steal from us or anyone else, and in the hopes that content thieves everywhere will realize that the time is coming when their underhanded and deceptive larceny will be tolerated and supported by no one.

So here you have it SL, the profile of a copy cat.

First, some history. Jaydell Lorefield was employed at Wilder Public Relations Firm for one week nearly a year ago. During this one week of training, Annette and then-manager Mahala Bing began to suspect that she may have had ulterior motives for joining the Wilder Team. When it became clear that Jaydell was opening her own company and using business experience and knowledge gained from her employment at Wilder PR, Annette took action to protect Wilder PR and terminated Jaydell’s employment. Since then, Jaydell has opened a real estate and interior design company called Lorefield & Associates. Annette, and later I, have invested our time in growing Wilder and gaining even more success for ourselves and our clients.
We’ve run into Jaydell from time to time: she has shown up randomly at our office, kept our company in her profile, and shadowed us to our clients’ events. Each of these things on its own is not necessarily a grievance for us; we welcome visitors to our office, we believe that each resident has a right to include whatever information he wishes in his profile, and we encourage everyone in SL to support our clients and their events. However, we believe this is a case of the whole being greater than the sum of its parts. Upon further investigation, it has become clear to us that Jaydell’s goal in keeping tabs on Wilder PR has been to copy our business strategy in an attempt to make her company, and in particular her newest venture, Lorefield Media, as successful as ours. Consider this evidence:

In July of this year, Annette designed a new logo for Wilder Public Relations. This is the logo and link to the blog post where Annette introduced it:

Several weeks later, Annette found Jaydell in our office getting our new landmark (containing the new logo) and subsequently ejected and banned her. Not long after that, Lorefield & Associates had a new logo as well:
As you can see, the two logos are substantially similar. At Wilder, we have known about this for several months, but because we are not in the business of starting drama over something as trivial as a logo, we kept our peace.

We’ve taken little notice of Lorefield & Associates until recently, when we happened upon their webpage. Though recently revamped by myself, our webpage has been up for over a year (including the period when Jaydell was employed here) with the original design and layout by Mahala Bing. You may compare the two here: and
Please note the similarities in structure, especially the Home and About pages. Though the website is not an exact copy of ours, a reasonable person informed of the history between Jaydell Lorefield and Wilder Public Relations could surmise that her website borrows heavily from ours. As a reasonable person, you be the judge.

Finally I come to the third and most appalling piece of evidence against Jaydell. At Wilder Public Relations, one of the most important components to our PR strategy is the press release. It should be noted that the unique design and format of our press releases was created by Annette before Wilder Public Relations even opened its doors, that is to say she was using this design well over 2 years ago when she was still working for AVENUE Inc.

Please see for yourself a press release posted on the Lorefield Media blog where Jaydell has not only taken our format and changed both the Media Contact information and the COPYRIGHT notice at the bottom to refer to herself and her company, but has largely stolen the content from a press release WE wrote for OUR client Mami Jewell for the Miss Narkissos Contest: Our press release may be viewed on our website here: and on our blog here: . We distribute press releases such as these in the hopes that our clients will gain maximum exposure throughout the SL community, not so that that our content might be plagiarized by those who would like to call themselves our competitors.

At Wilder Public Relations, we believe that Second Life is the platform of the future. We believe wholeheartedly in the potential that this virtual world has to offer us. We have been blessed with wonderful clients who amaze us again and again with their creativity and talent. We represent the best SL has to offer because we are the best in our field. We know that those with the drive and ambition to make something of their second lives have limitless possibilities here, and we know it because we’ve seen it again and again. We welcome competition because we know that is what drives business; we’ve seen healthy competition between our clients and know that in the end everyone wins. Stealing is not competing, it’s cheating. We encourage all of our Second Life neighbors to become whoever or whatever they’d like to be here in this world we’ve created, but we implore you, do it with dignity, do it with integrity, and do it with respect.

Second Life is created by its users, and it could just as easily be destroyed by them as well. We like to think that we make the rules here, but that is not the case. If you think you are anonymous in Second Life, think again. There is legal action that can be taken against content thieves, whether that content be a fashion design, a product, or a website. Whether it be in-world or just online, each of us is still subject to infringement laws, and each of us is protected by them as well. If you are reading this and you’re in the business of stealing from others online, please stop. If you think you cannot be found, you’re mistaken. Wilder Public Relations was built from the ground up by Annette Wilder, and she and I and our team will continue to work hard to continue a success we can be proud of. We will no longer tolerate the theft of our ideas or strategies. We will always stand up for our rights and the rights of our company, and we will stand up for the rights of our clients should they ever need us.

As always, we would like to express our sincere appreciation to our clients, colleagues and friends for their unending support and contribution to our success. We appreciate you standing with us as we speak out against content theft in Second Life and pledge to stand by you should such misfortune ever befall you. Together we can fight this new era of dishonesty and return Second Life to the unique platform for creativity that it was meant to be.

Wishing you only the best,
Ansleigh Beverly
Office Manager, Wilder PR

Sunday, October 11, 2009

Even though it's virtual doesn't mean it's not stealing...

My logo created by me for Wilder PR with the lion
Jaydell Lorefield logo after I banned her from our Wilder PR office (click for larger view)
So have you ever had something stolen or copied that you've done in Second Life? If so join the crowd. There is a public relations firm that has copied our logo and changed from lion to tiger and has even taken one of my press releases and changed it up and added her name and company to it. She wants to make it as though my clients are her clients which I find appalling. She shows up at our events even though she is banned and muted. I had to ban her from my location and from my flickr. I now know what the lady in Single White Female the movie felt like when someone wanted to be her. It's very creepy and it makes you wonder what happens to a person to make them not have an identity of their own and forces them to try to take yours. I find all of this strange and am glad that my family gave me love and showed me what type of things I was capable of because possibly with no one believing in you, you might turn out like this person. Wilder PR will keep climbing to the top as it always has and for those who like to try to ride on my coat tails I hope you can hang on tight but my advice is to get your own personality and identity. If you don't think you are somebody no one else will either. People please get some dignity and be original you only live once.

Annette Wilder

Thursday, October 8, 2009

Another wonderful update...PRIMPULSE

(PRIMPULSE logo by Starcomber Vig)
(Photo by Lulu Jameson)
Hello all, here is another update of what is going on with us at Wilder PR. We have a new company on the horizon for Starcomber Vig (Coruscus Designs Owner), Ansleigh Beverly (Manager of Wilder PR), and myself (Owner of Wilder PR). The name of it is PRIMPULSE and as we get closer to our goals for PRIMPULSE, we will begin to let you all in on what type of business it will be. Wilder PR is doing extremely well and will of course stay going strong. PRIMPULSE will be something totally different from Wilder PR and we are all excited to bring it to you in the future. Starcomber Vig owns the awesome Coruscus Designs in Second Life, and he has some very cool builds at his store. He also built our fabulous office for Wilder PR. Ansleigh as you know is my amazing Office Manager at Wilder PR. I feel very blessed to be working with these two on this new project. Thank you to those who support us as we look forward to embarking on our bright new future with PRIMPULSE.

Annette Wilder, Owner, Wilder Public Relations Firm Inc.™

Wednesday, October 7, 2009

Wilder PR is now listed as a Linden Labs approved Second Life Solution Provider

Wilder Public Relations Firm Inc. would like to thank Linden Labs for accepting Wilder PR as Linden Labs approved Second Life Solution Provider. We have been added to the list of some great companies within Second Life. We are very excited at the opportunities that this will bring and we look forward to using all opportunities to help our clients be more successful. We are updating our information at the Secondlife website but you may view what we have up at the moment:
We are coming up on our two years of being open in Second Life and it just keeps getting better and better. Thank you all for supporting us and continually backing us and helping us get better and better at what we do.

Annette Wilder, CEO, Wilder Public Relations Firm Inc.™

Monday, October 5, 2009

Welcome Afrosia Choche

Wilder PR is proud to present our new wonderful Office Assistant, Afrosia Choche. Afrosia is intelligent, well spoken, and a pleasure to have as our newest member of the Wilder Angels team. Afrosia will begin training tomorrow 10/6/09 and once her training is over it will be announced and you may contact her for information and paperwork. Until her training is complete please continue to contact Ansleigh. Afrosia, it is an honor to have interviewed such a pleasant, upbeat, and highly intelligent individual and we welcome you to Wilder PR. We are looking forward to growing as a team!

Friday, October 2, 2009

Miss MOREA STYLE Contest ceremony tomorrow!!

We are proud to announce that the Miss MOREA STYLE Contest will be held at the Narkissos Fashion Village. The Narkissos Fashion Village has a runway which is known for its phenomenal fashion shows that are normally held there. We invite you to join us October 3rd (Saturday) at 4pm slt to see who is chosen as the winner. It has been a tough decision due to all of the wonderful contestants who sent us their photos, but tomorrow we will choose the first ever Miss MOREA STYLE!

Date: October 3rd
Time: 4pm slt
Location: Narkissos