Blogs are a great way to get motivated and to learn new tips and skill sets. We’re always encouraging our clients to find at least one blog to follow to stay up to date on their perspective industry. Want to know what blogs our team follows?
Check out the list below; we’ve compiled 20 blogs we feel are some of the best around for entrepreneurs and small business owners. If you have some others at the top of your list, we’d love for you to share them in the comments section below.
Think Entrepreneurship <=== click title to check out blog
Think Entrepreneurship is ideal for entrepreneurs that like a good mix of motivational and business tips. The blog was founded by Pete Sveen @TE_Entrepreneur and he aims to inspire people to start their own business by providing content about his own business experiences.
Startup Savant <=== click title to check out blog
Startup Savant is an ad free online magazine for aspiring business owners. The site consists of blogs that offer great entrepreneurial advice and tools. Startup Savant gives back to children’s education and has impacted over 36,000 students through online charity, DonorsChoose.org.
Gary Vaynerchuk <=== click title to check out blog
Gary Vaynerchuk @garyvee is a tough talking entrepreneur that holds nothing back. His blog gives readers insight into his personal business experiences.
Chris Brogan <=== click title to check out blog
Chris Brogan @chrisbrogan is a New York Times bestselling author and CEO of Owner Media Group. His blog provides quality content with a good mix of inspiration for entrepreneurs.
Seth Godin <=== click title to check out blog
Seth Godin @ThisIsSethsBlog is a best-selling author, entrepreneur, marketer, and public speaker. His blog has grown in popularity to the point where it can be found in Google by just typing in his first name.
4 Hour Work Week <=== click title to check out blog
The 4 Hour Work Week was founded by Tim Ferriss @tferriss. Ferriss is a best-selling author, speaker and advisor for companies like Facebook, Twitter, StumbleUpon, Evernote, and Uber. The 4 Hour Work Week focuses on helping people get away from their 9-5 jobs and become successful entrepreneurs.
Guy Kawasaki <=== click title to check out blog
Guy Kawasaki @GuyKawasaki is a Silicon Valley marketing executive, author, speaker and chief evangelist of Apple. His blog is designed to motivate and inspire entrepreneurs.
Marie Forleo <=== click title to check out blog
Marie Forleo @marieforleo is a life coach, motivational speaker, author and she has a weekly online show called MarieTV. Often times she has powerful guests on her show that give her audience a different viewpoint on entrepreneurship. Through her work she inspires and motivates entrepreneurs to reach their full potential.
Women on Business <=== click title to check out blog
Women on Business is owned by Susan Gunelius @susangunelius, she’s an author, speaker and President of KeySplash Creative. With a diverse team of contributors, Women on Business creates valuable content for career driven women.
Duct Tape Marketing <=== click title to check out blog
The owner of Duct Tape Marketing is John Jantsch @ducttape and his blog focuses on marketing. With the help of his team, he offers courses and other helpful content for entrepreneurs to improve on their marketing efforts.
Harvard Business Review <=== click title to check out blog
The Harvard Business Review @HarvardBiz blog gives readers insight into some of the best business minds in the world. Many of HBR contributors are MBAs from Ivy League schools and the content they provide focuses on entrepreneurship.
TED <=== click title to check out blog
The TED talks @TEDTalks have become popular amongst professional in a number of different industries. Many of the talks are from successful entrepreneurs looking to inspire and motivate other like-minded entrepreneurs.
Entrepreneur <=== click title to check out blog
Entrepreneur.com @Entrepreneur is one of the go to sites for entrepreneurs. Their contributors keep readers up to date with the latest strategies and news that affects entrepreneurs.
Business Insider <=== click title to check out blog
Business Insider @businessinsider is a great site for entrepreneurs that want to stay on top of the latest business news and stories that are dominating the web.
Small Biz Survival <=== click title to check out blog
Small Biz Survival @SBSurvival focuses on small town and rural businesses. Many of the blogs are how-to-articles and much of the attention is given to social media marketing.
Noobpreneur.com <=== click title to check out blog
Noobpreneur.com @noobpreneur was once a personal business blog but it has evolved into a multi-authored blog. The online magazine gives small business owners ideas and tips to help them run their businesses more efficiently. Since the site uses multiple authors; readers are given insight from professionals with different experiences and skill sets.
OneVest <=== click title to check out blog
OneVest @Onevest is a crowdfunding site where entrepreneurs can raise money from reputable investors. This site is ideal for aspiring business owners that are interested in crowdfunding to get their businesses off the ground or take it to the next level.
All Business <=== click title to check out blog
All Business @AllBusiness_com is a great resource blog for entrepreneurs looking for tips and advice on just about every topic under the sun for small business owners. The site has been featured in Forbes, The New York Time, The Wall Street Journal and USA Today.
Medium <=== click title to check out blog
Twitter co-founder Ev Williams @ev started Medium as a fancy blogging platform. The tagline on the sites home page reads, Medium is a community of readers and writers offering unique perspectives on ideas large and small.
Apex Virtual Solutions <=== click title to check out blog
Apex Virtual Solutions’ @apexva blog is a great place for solopreneurs, small business owners and everyone in between. Some of the blog topics discussed are virtual assistant services, website design and marketing.