The Woman Entrepreneur and Technology


With all the technology out there that is supposed to make managing our day to day life easier. It still does not add to 24 hour day although we have tried to maximize the day.

The phone has become the it tool for business, they are on steroids, apps are coming fast and furious to help the time starved woman entrepreneur.Check out some apps that tailored for busy moms on the  Android and iphone

The web has unlimited resources or tools and more women business owners should embrace them. Some business operations can easily be automated shave some time there. From email to invoicing. From employee time tracking to updating your company twitter account.

Don’t know to much about a certain business subject matter, check out webinars they are mostly an hour long and you get some basic understanding a subject matter. You will get an insight on how entrepreneurs apply these solutions and how you can successfully apply them to your business.  The best part is they are free.

You will know enough to ask good questions, when you seek an expert opinion or solution provider for implementation. For example social media, slowly businesses are getting on board, it such new business application, that most business owner do not understand or know how to implement it or what role the application would play in their business. Another good place to start is  blogs by experts in their fields.

A few Women blogs we found out on the web, we love to check out and learn from.

  • Veronica Belmont – Veronica Belmont’s Blog –  Mostly tech and gaming focused, Veronica writes with infectious, geeky enthusiasm about what’s brand new.
  • Dawn Foster  – Fast Wonder – Using a combination of her technical and business expertise, Dawn educates companies on how to get business value from being a part of online communities…without boring us to death.
  • Jenna Wortham – The New York Times Bits Blog – Before writing for The New York Times, Jenna was a culture and technology writer for Wired, and it shows. Her pieces generally focus on smartly outlining digital culture, while simultaneously showing how people are putting new technologies to use in their lives and businesses.
  • Xeni Jardin –  Xeni’s Blog –  Xeni is a stylish and well-known tech culture journalist who watches the industry with both an aesthetic and functional eye. Find her on Boing Boing.
  • Corvida Raven – SheGeeks –  Corvida vets and blogs about useful tech services and tools with an eye to what is going to make your online journey less noisy and more interesting.
  • Adria Richards – But You’re A Girl – InspiredMag called her blog fresh for a reason, because Adria takes on tech – and life – with vibrant and energetic posts.
  • Leah Culver – Leah’s Blog –  People get all hot and biscuit over Leah’s programming speak because she’s a high profile woman in a male dominated industry with an impressive list of successes to boot.
  • Barbara Coll –  Webmama – With nearly 15 years under her belt in the biz, this industry veteran has plenty of insight into what works and what won’t.
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