Meet These 4 Women Entrepreneurs Who Are Killing the Instagram Game

The term #GirlBoss was coined by Nasty Gal founder Sophia Amoruso when she published her book of the same title in 2014, but women have been taking the workplace by storm for decades. In 2016, there were more women leading S&P 500 companies than ever. We pay tribute to some of our favorite female business leaders on Instagram who are using the platform to build their brands, embrace their identities, and authentically connect with their followers.


Outage Addressed: We’re Back Up and Running!

We’d like to extend our most sincere THANK YOU to our community of merchants and customers affected by the recent Facebook permissions update disabling much of our comment recognition activity.

Our engineers have been working steadfastly over the last three days to adjust our software to these most recent Facebook security updates. They report that comment recognition is back to normal and encourage our merchants to begin hosting sales again.

For those merchants that have accrued a substantial amount of comments during the service outage, our engineers invite you to submit a ticket through our support portal to have a retro-active comment scraping initiated.

In the “Message” section of the ticket portal, please state “I am a merchant that needs retro active ticket scraping from _(date/time) to _(date time) on this list of products (list items for which comments need to be scraped).”

You can submit your ticket at this page

We are truly appreciative our of or loyal Soldsie sellers and are committed to lending the support you need throughout this service challenge.

The Soldsie Support Team


Catch Up With the Latest in Ecommerce News, Honest Company Tells the Truth on

From Soldsie

Instagram Live is here to help breathe some life into your Brand’s IG presence. Soldsie Blog.

Guest contributor Mary Walton brings us some amazing tips for selling and branding online. Soldsie Blog.

From the Networks

Facebook Stories is up and running on mobile devices worldwide! TechCrunch.

Instagram launches a tool to allow users to filter out sensitive content. Social Media Today.

Facebook will allow you to share your location but for only one hour at a time. Venture Beat.

From Everyone Else

Periscope will now have pre-roll ads to help boost companies profits. Variety.

Grinder expands from dating app to LGBTQ content publisher. Mashable.

Warner Bros. is helping to bring the VR experience to a theatre near you, starting with the Justice League. Digital Trends.

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Soldsie Digest – Rihanna “Works” IG Live, Wuu “who?”, and Apple Goes w/ the “Flow”

From Soldsie

Save the Day: Like Rihanna, you and your brand can now save Instagram Live streams. We show you how!

Market Fresh: We’ve rounded up 10 terrific marketing tips that engage social media to take your brand to the next level.

From the Networks

Facebook enlivens your desktop. The social media giant now allows users to stream live via a desktop interface in addition to mobile. Fortune

Wuu who? The newest temporary messaging app aims to give Snapchat a run for its money via a (too?) stripped down UI. WIRED

Instagram saves the date. The photo-post driven social media giant is expected to add appointment booking capability to its roster of features poising it to compete with Yelp and Open Table. The Verge

From Everyone Else

Drake swims upstream. The Grammy Award winning recording artist releases new “playlist” in bid to own the the advent of streamed releases across multiple platforms. LA Times

Google’s back to school. The internet omnibrand lays plans to partner with Howard University in effort to create professional inroads for Black recent tech grads. Recode

Apple goes with the flow. The industry leading tech brand acquires productivity app Workflow, making it available for free in the App Store. CNET

Featured Store

@SamuelFrenchNYC has carved a unique and hallowed heritage within the American theatre community, publishing contemporary dramatic works that speak to our times and places. Established in 1830, this “house of plays” continues to evolve (most notably, in relationship with digital technology) and has taken to social media in an effort to bring its ever expanding catalogue of plays to wider audiences of dramatic arts aficionados. Intrigued by an Instagram post about one of their plays? You’re in luck: they’re using to make learning more about the script and purchasing a copy a click away. Bravo!

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Learn To “Work, Work, Work” IG Live Like Rihanna!

Good Girl Gone ‘Gram (LIVE):

Fast on the heels of “Stories”, Instagram’s “Live” feature is quickly becoming one of the most exciting ways for your brand to generate buzz while creating super engaging content. Never one to shy away from the cutting edge of trend, Rihanna took to “The ‘Gram” on Monday evening to host a viewing party of sorts for her Bates Mansion dramatic debut via the “Live” feature. What good timing: while previously, users weren’t able to save their streamed “Live” video, IG’s newest update has just changed the game big-time, allowing you to save your most recently completed live content! Learn how after the jump…