The number of women in the tech sector is rising rapidly, and many of the companies that provide advertising for those services are also expanding into areas where women may not be well-represented.
Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Pinterest and Instagram are just a few of the more prominent companies that are now providing advertising to women.
The number of tech companies that have women as lead directors, executive directors and executives is growing rapidly, according to research firm Ovum, which compiled a list of the top 100 companies in this category.
The list includes companies such as Twitter, Twitter Inc., Pinterest, Instagram and Pinterest, Inc. (PYP), the parent company of Pinterest.
While companies such to Pinterest and Pinterest are increasing their presence in advertising as well, they are not always the best companies to start with.
A recent study conducted by the Pew Research Center found that the average revenue per share for the top-100 companies in the advertising space was about 10 times that of the next-ranked company.
The median revenue per shares for the leading companies was about 13 times that for the next most-recent company.
The study noted that the companies in that category had an average revenue growth rate of 2.2% during the study period, while the next highest companies grew at a rate of 1.6%.
The study also noted that while women accounted for about 11% of the employees at the companies surveyed, that percentage was actually lower than for the general U.S. population of men.
However, the companies mentioned in the study were not the only ones that saw growth in their revenue.
Pinterest saw an increase of more than 30% in revenue during the same period.
The most popular search term was “Pinterest” and the most popular image type was “selfie.”
Pinterest also saw the largest percentage increase in users, a growth that was up a whopping 67%.