The Top 10 Women 2.0 Posts of 2013
A roundup of the most popular articles from the year.
By Jessica Schimm (Assistant Editor, Women 2.0)
Happy New Year’s! Here’s our top ten posts of 2013!
Top Five Articles from Women 2.0
There will be no shortage of women entrepreneurs at SXSWi. Here are just a few of the many female founders speaking.
Israel has a bustling startup ecosystem; here are some incredible female founders who have contributed to it.
You don’t need a fancy four-year degree to become a designer if you follow this self-taught designer’s detailed step-by-step plan to teach yourself.
A female engineer at Square shares what the payment processing startup is doing to make the company friendlier for women — and more awesome for everyone who works there.
Debunking the three biggest dating myths in San Francisco.
Top Five Articles From Our Friends
Women do better in situations with “low structural ambiguity”: where there is more information and lower uncertainty about the potential salary range and appropriate norms for negotiation.
Lessons in the workplace from Tina Fey.
Asking, “Can I have coffee with you to pick your brain?” is probably the worst possible way to get a meeting with someone with a busy schedule. Here’s a better approach.
I remembered what I’d been told – that in this case, most men would just forge on and make a counter offer, so that’s what I should do, and it was not a big deal on the company’s side.
A designer whose YouTube video was viewed more than 3 million times shares her secrets to creating viral content.
What kind of posts do you want to see more of in 2014?
Jessica Schimm (@JessicaSchimm) is the assistant editor at Women 2.0. She is a recent graduate of San Francisco State where she earned a B.A. in journalism and was the editor-in-chief of SF State’s Her Campus chapter. She has a strong interest in women’s issues and writes about them on her blog.