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Tech Edit Spotlight: PureWow

When you think of consumer tech edit for women, which brands come to mind? TheSkimm? Refinery 29? Make sure PureWow is top-of-mind. The seven-year-old, New York-based PureWow has 15 million monthly uniques visiting the web site and three million who opt in for its newsletters. Its Facebook page has more than 1.1 million likes.

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Tech Edit Spotlight: PureWow

PureWow may not leap to mind among women's lifestyle publishers. It should. In 2015 its audience grew more than 300 percent. Its revenue more than doubled. "We completely blew past our numbers," says EIC Mary Kate McGrath. This is no mean feat considering fierce competition from Refinery29, Popsugar, HuffPo and countless others. 

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PureWow: Reaching Women the Modern Way

"The digital space is so cluttered with sites that silo women...like, 'Hey fashionista, this is your spot!'" says PureWow EIC Mary Kate McGrath. You always know exactly who's reading Vogue or Real Simple, Mary Kate says. Follow PureWow for a while and you'll see articles about cars, or beer, or "women's bodies beyond how to look skinny."

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