DailyWorth’s spin on the platform approach

Publishers are looking to native ads and the platform approach to combat falling CPMs and the need for scale. DailyWorth, a personal finance publisher for women, is combining both. READ MORE

NY Post

Patrick Williams named CEO of DailyWorth

Worth publisher Patrick Williams has jumped from his perch at Sandow Media to join Amanda Steinberg’s, a subscription newsletter aimed at young women. READ MORE


The 100 Best Websites For Women 2013

We couldn’t be happier to present the fourth annual list of FORBES 100 Best Websites for Women than we are today—for this year more than any other this has been true collaborative effort by dedicated staffers, contributors and ForbesWoman readers. For that reason it just might be—dare we say it—the best list ever. READ MORE

The Atlantic

The End of the Battle of the Sexes

Last month's New York Times cover story about the rise of women in the United States as primary breadwinners caused otherwise intelligent men to make some pretty absurd statements loaded with Marlboro-man-machismo. READ MORE

Wall Street Journal

Amanda Steinberg: Princess Daughter Redux

I have a confession: My four-year-old daughter is a princess. Sometimes it makes me feel like a hypocrite. I never thought I would have a princess-daughter, arabesque-ing around the house in a ballet dress with my lipstick smeared on her forehead. READ MORE

ABC News Video

Robin Roberts, Sheryl Sandberg Host Town Hall

"GMA" anchor joins Facebook's COO and Disney director in discussing women in the work place. READ MORE


7 of our favorite women-founded tech companies

As much as we need more women in technology fields, the truth is there are lots. Lots. Even if you don't hear about them enough. Everyone here is thankful for all those brilliant women who are changing the face of the world through technology every day. READ MORE

How Often Should You Be At The Office?

It’s a dilemma leaders often face: you need to run your company, and be available to guide your team members. That means being in the office. On the other hand, you need to meet with customers, suppliers, and investors. That means being on the road. So what’s the right split of time? READ MORE

Levo League

Let’s Talk About Marissa Mayer’s Work-life Balance Policy

Marissa Mayer has been making some real waves this week. First she decided to ban the company’s work from home policy and required everyone to come into the office. This not only upset those directly impacted, but other employees at Yahoo. Some also believe this was an indirect way to trim the fat at the company. For many businesses, especially startups, working from home is becoming the norm. But when a person as important as Mayer makes this call because “face-to-face interaction among employees fosters a more collaborative culture,” the business community is starting to wonder if this is something we will see more of at other companies as well. READ MORE

The Wall Street Journal

The Rise of the Female Investor

American women may be starting to outearn American men, but personal investing is a different matter: Many of them, even powerhouse female executives, hate dealing with it. READ MORE


3 Successful Entrepreneurs Share Their Productivity Secrets

We're all busy, but how do the super successful mange to fit everything in? How does a thought leader grow a website subscriber base to nearly one million? How does a serial entrepreneur juggle yet another business? READ MORE


The Daily Candy for finance rolls out new website

Personally, I would rather floss my teeth with a Swiss army knife than figure out my personal finances. That’s probably not surprising. Not many jump for joy when we’re budgeting everyday expenses, strategizing investment opportunities, watching our 401Ks plummet, or choosing a retirement fund. But this unwillingness to grapple with personal finance turns out to be a real problem. According to a MassMutual survey only 26 percent of females feel comfortable dealing with finances, yet these same women are on track to be the family breadwinners in the next 15 years. READ MORE


Gotham Gal: DailyWorth

I met Amanda Steinberg two years ago. She talked to me about Dailyworth. I actually remember my state of mind. I had it in my head that I was not going to do anymore investments right now. That changed before lunch ended. I not only invested in Dailyworth, I wrote about Amanda and have been involved in the growth of the company ever since. READ MORE


13 Brilliant Money-Making Ideas

Want to score a little extra cash on the side…without taking your clothes off or getting arrested? Find out how to by checking out these money-making ideas, all of which can be easily launched right from your laptop, from Amanda Steinberg, CEO and founder of READ MORE


Get Money Clarity With DailyWorth

Women today control an estimated $14 trillion in personal assets. One program is asking what you’re doing to maximize your piece of that pie and offering ideas. READ MORE

Guest of a Guest

DailyWorth Salon: Women, Ambition and Money

Where: The Standard Grill. Who was there: Guests included DailyWorth founder Amanda Steinberg, CEO Darline Jean, Guest of a Guest CEO Rachelle Hruska, Bank of America's SVP of Marketing Lisa Hurwich, Jezebel founding editor Anna Holmes, Change the Ratio founder Rachel Sklar, Revlon CEO Julia Goldin, AXA Equitable's Senior Executive Director and Chief Marketing Office Amy Radin, Yext SVP Wendi Sturgis, Becky Saeger, Jolie Hunt, and Jennifer Barrett. READ MORE


How women can save more, worry less

Meaghan Murphy, deputy editor of SELF magazine, and M.P. Dunleavy, editor-in-chief of offer a 10-10-10 savings plan to take control of money worries. READ MORE

Woman's Day

How to Read Financial Statements

As you peruse your day-to-day transactions, some will be clear ("ATM withdrawal...$60") and some may not. One confusing abbreviation that you'd be wise to look out for is ODP, or overdraft protection.

First of all, you should know that ODP is hardly "protection," but a way of charging you a bundle if you spend more than what's in your checking account. Let's say you have $100 in your account but pay a bill for $150. READ MORE

Real Simple

Women and Money

Why you need to take control now. The good news: More than a third of American women are now the family breadwinner (look at that!). The bad news: We still tend to pass the buck on important money matters, such as investing and retirement. Ready to take charge of your financial future? Start right here. READ MORE


Website helps women build wealth in a challenging economy

Building a nest egg in the expensive Bay Area can be a steep uphill climb. However, women often face unique financial challenges., a new website designed to help women build wealth, sends out bite-size amounts of information each day to assist women in building financial independence. READ MORE

Women in the World

Women in the World Summit: The Women's Economy

This program delves into how women are faring in the aftermath of the ‘great recession’ and takes a forward- leaning look at the emerging job market. Based on recent research and analysis, this panel of leading business women will compare strategies for meeting the challenges thatlie ahead both for creating jobs and doing business.Moderated by: Gayle Tzemach Lemmon, Author, The Dressmaker of Khair Khana; Contributing Editor-at-Large, Newsweek &The Daily Beast; Fellow, The Council on Foreign RelationsCandace Browning, Head of Global Research, Bank of America Merrill LynchSusan Lyne, Chairman, Gilt GroupeAmanda Steinberg, Founder and CEO, DailyWorth READ MORE

New Jersey Jewish News

What every woman should know about money

In her 20s, Amanda Steinberg found herself living what many would consider a dream life: She had a husband, a big house, and a high-powered, lucrative career. However, she also had a huge problem, one, she discovered, that was not uncommon among women. READ MORE

ABC News

Financial Infidelity on why married people hide purchases. READ MORE

ABC News

The Best Budget for Your Lifestyle on finding a budget that works for you. READ MORE


How Amanda Steinberg Turned Her Idea for DailyWorth Into a Successful Business

David Ronick started coaching Amanda Steinberg three years ago. Earlier this year she raised $850,000 from a group including Google executive chairman Eric Schmidt's TomorrowVentures. READ MORE

MSN Money

It's summer: Where's the child care?

MP Dunleavey calls it the "camp gap": the period between the end of school and the start of summer camp for school-age kids whose parents work. What are parents supposed to do with their kids during that time? READ MORE


Many Women Failing To Plan For Retirement, Survey Shows

CEOs and stay-at-home moms alike need money to grow old on. Unfortunately, while studies have shown a majority of women handle the household and day-to-day finances, when it comes to retirement, their approach is more of a whimper than a roar. READ MORE


Women Pass the Buck on Retirement, Survey Says

ING DIRECT USA & DailyWorth Survey Reveals Nearly 40 Percent of Married Women Rely On Their Spouse or Significant Other to Plan Their Retirement READ MORE

Wall Street Journal

Women Pass the Buck on Retirement, Survey Says

There is little doubt that women have made significant social and professional gains in the last 50 years. But, a new survey from ING DIRECT and reveals that despite these achievements, their financial skills and retirement readiness have not evolved with the times. READ MORE

PhillyInc: Seeks to Help Women Take Control of Their Money

When Amanda Steinberg lived in New York in the last decade, she proved her Internet chops by raking in a six-figure salary. Trouble is, she was very skilled at spending all of it, too. READ MORE

Single women outpace single men in real-estate market

Unmarried women accounted for 21% of home purchases in 2009, while unwed males were 10% of the buyers, according to a National Association of Realtors report in November. It's a dramatic shift... READ MORE

The New York Times: Bucks Blog

Resolved: Save for What Matters

I'm going to make 2011 a "surrender to what really works" sort of year, by making progress in the five financial areas we cover in DailyWorth. READ MORE

Cosmopolitan Magazine

Cosmopolitan Magazine: October Issue 2010

When I'm at an interview or a conference, people need to know just from looking at me that I'm a woman who's taken my business matters into my own hands. READ MORE

Moms, part-time work is overrated

For Mother's Day this past weekend, families everywhere nabbed flowers and brunch reservations to celebrate. If you'd asked moms what they really wanted, though, here's what many would answer: to work part-time... READ MORE

9 Businesses You Can Start In Your Pajamas in 2010

In the past decade, the Web has become the go-to place for consumers to seek out advice and scope out the newest trends and deals. Sites like DailyCandy and Thrillist have been successful at monetizing this online community... READ MORE

A Day In The Life Of A Power Mom

I have two kids and run two businesses. My kids are a 7-month-old girl and a 3-year-old boy. My first business, a Web consultancy called Soapbxx, will ... READ MORE

FOX Business

Mom Entrepreneurs Reveal Secrets to Success

You are your own boss, you do work you enjoy and believe in, you make a good living, and you have time to feed your baby in the morning, go to lunch with a reporter from Fortune and pick up your preschooler at 4 p.m. READ MORE

Compounded Interest: Expanding A Financial Web Site For Women

Six months ago, Amanda Steinberg, the founder and chief executive of Web design firm Soapbxx, launched a new blog to help working women manage their finances... READ MORE

NY Examiner

Interview with Amanda Steinberg, Founder of DailyWorth

No one is going to fix financial inequity for women. We have to recognize our own self-worth, ask for higher salaries, invest more aggressively, and build our own wealth... READ MORE

SELF Magazine

1 Money Tip a Day

So you want to save money. Or get out of debt. Or get your retirement plan in focus. What's the best way to accomplish your money goal or goals? Take tiny steps, and keep moving forward. READ MORE