A recent review of the most popular social media sites shows that women are gradually taking over the world of social media.
Customer research needn’t be all about tick boxes and spreadsheets: get creative.
See what different social platforms like Pinterest, YouTube, and Linkedin can offer your business.
Yes, Pinterest is chick-bait. Guess what? That might actually be worth something.
By Thuy Truong (Co-Founder & CEO, Greengar)
I learned more about entrepreneurship in the last two weeks than I have my entire life, and I learned the most from one compacted day at the 2013 Women 2.0 Conference.
My trip started with a visit to Google
It might not be your social media presence that will sink or float your boat, but rather your absence.
By Karla Stephens-Tolstoy (Founder & CEO, Tokii)
Tokii has been in business for more than 18 months now, and we’ve been running a social media campaign since its inception. It didn’t take a rocket scientist on staff to determine we needed to rev up our engines by launching a social media campaign, and we’ve done just that. We’ve focused on Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest.
Some have argued that successful apps cater to at least one of the seven deadly sins
By Lauren Bacon (Author, The Boss of You)
In recent years, I’ve been asking the people and organizations I work with a critical question:
What are people going to love about your product1?
I chose the word “love” carefully. People don’t buy
Software engineer Tracy Chou answers the Quora question “What are some particularly female engineer-friendly companies to work for in San Francisco?”
By Tracy Chou (Software Engineer, Pinterest)
It’s the first place, in school or professionally, that I’ve not been aware or made aware of my gender, ever, in any situation. I don’t feel like a female engineer.
I’m just an engineer, and I’m expected and empowered to do great work like every other engineer on the team.