Did you know January is the month that has the most break-ups?

Posted January 23rd, 2014 in Blog by admin

broken heart

It must be true cause they said it on the radio. I know, kind of a surprise.

So where the heck have we been? Working, mostly. We all have day jobs. We now have 2 apps, with both free and paid versions. 80,000+ downloads. Most of those for Bad Boyfriends. Are we rich? Hardly, with our biz model we make about .01 % of downloads. You do the math.

However, we are still giving our all to generate income, we haven’t forgotten our backrs – MJ I’m talking about you. Plans for 2014: Better ad monetization partnerships. New app coming out in February, if the Apple gods allow. And working to improve performance on GC.

What have we learned? More women have bad boyfriends than career crisises. Go figure.

I’m going to do a new trailer for GC to help promote it, and I struggled with how to tell the Glass Ceiling story. We’re not actually she-women, man haters. One of us is a man. Another has two sons. And I’ve been married to a wonderful guy, for like forever. Additionally I have had incredible male mentors.

But I think I figured it out. Because let’s face it there are still sisters in other countries fighting against being made to feel less than. Thanks to a friend who works in one of those countries I found the inspiration to tell that story.

So happy new year, gives us a shout out anytime. Thanks for your support. Our games are goofy and light hearted. They may not be the most perfect, but our intentions are heartfelt.


Guest Blog Post

Posted August 24th, 2013 in Blog by admin

Among the many wonderful opportunities creating Glass Ceiling has brought was a chance to share my story on Women 2.0. Blog Post Here.

Other things I wish I would have had space the to say:

Maura and I’s partnership. Since many of our choices, like “Start looking for funding first” are built out of our experience. It was a grueling couple years, and she remained steadfast. Also she taught me so much about networking, she’s fearless. She built a company out of an idea.

How utterly difficult to “Keep It Simple Stupid” our founding philosophy, was to do in practice.

Also didn’t mention my husband, who hates it when I include him, who contributed so much as a silent partner.

Okay, I get it, it’s not the Oscars.

I guess if I had one thing I’d tell women, it would be. Trust your ideas. Don’t be afraid to question them, for market validity, your real reason for doing something etc. But if you believe in what you want do to, then do it.

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