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Six Blogs for Entreprenuers

June 26, 2018

“Knowledge is like money: to be of value it must circulate, and in circulating it can increase in quantity and, hopefully, in value.”  - Louis L’Amour

As a business owner, it is vital to stay informed on changing business practices, upcoming business trends, and relevant business news. As important as it is to stay informed, it is also equally important to learn from the experience of business trailblazers. Whether it is business news or entrepreneurial success stories, the internet is full of resources for informing and educating business owners. We have compiled our list of favorite blogs and resources for entrepreneurs and business owners.

1. Gary Vaynerchuck

Gary Vaynerchuk is dedicated to sharing what he has learned from building multiple businesses with fellow business owners and entrepreneurial minded individuals. His blog tells the story of the background to his entrepreneurial success and imparts brilliant business advice he has acquired through his journey to success. The blog is introduced with a bit of Gary’s background. “Fresh out of college, Gary grew his family wine business from a $3M to $60M in sales. Now, he runs VaynerX, a modern day communications holding company which owns one of the world’s fastest growing full-service creative agencies. Along the way, Gary became a prolific angel investor and venture capitalist, investing in companies including Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, Uber, and Birchbox.”

2. The Entrepreneur's Library

There is a seemingly endless pool of self-help and business insight books on the market. The Entrepreneurs Library is an excellent way to find out the best ones to read for entrepreneurs and business owners alike. Not to mention, the blog’s founder, Wade Danielson, shares business lessons and hosts regular podcasts with popular book authors. Danielson explains on the site that The Entrepreneur’s Library “was established to create in-depth previews and great reviews on the latest and best books that every entrepreneur should read...My goal is to bring the best books for entrepreneurs to the surface and take you on a deep dive with the author to focus on the book at hand.”

3. Startup Savant

Startup Savant is focused on educating entrepreneurs, passing on advice, and suggesting online tools that have been tried and tested by the blogs curators. An added benefit to this blog is that they give back to their community by making charitable donations to organizations. As stated on the website, “Startup Savant is a FREE resource that reviews business services and software. Rather than annoying ads, we have a less distracting approach to keeping the lights on. We do this by partnering with and introducing you to the best resources when starting a business.”

4. Women on Business

Women on Business is fairly unique – it is a blog focused on and targeting female entrepreneurs. The blog was founded in 2007 and has quickly become a key resource for the female entrepreneurs of the world. Women on Business is self-described as “an award-winning online destination for the news and information women need to be successful in the business world from an international team of contributors...With a team of diverse contributors, Women on Business delivers valuable information as well as career and educational resources to an audience of business women working in all areas of business, from solopreneurs to corporate executives, across the globe.”

Copyblogger has been described by numerous news outlets as the Bible of Content Marketing. Started in 2006, this marketing blog has grown into 8 figures in yearly revenue. This blog focuses on how to get your message out using content marketing…[We show] people how to create valuable content that attracts attention, drives traffic, and builds your business.”

5. ReadWrite

ReadWrite is an entrepreneurial business blog that focuses on growing topics such as mobile technology, social, the cloud, and the web. This news source is invaluable for entrepreneurs who realize that staying informed to the latest business trends is important for every business. ReadWrite states that they are “focused on providing relevant information in a way that favors readers’ productivity instead of page views and time on site. Leveraging this new and efficient type of content, ReadWrite aggregates professional communities dedicated to specific subjects of interest such as connected cars, smart homes, AR/VR, fintech and APIs.”

6. Entrepreneur

Entrepreneur Magazine has been keeping entrepreneurs informed of business trends, fellow entrepreneurs, and business news since 1977. Now this magazine can be consumed online at entrepreneur.com. With article titles like “3 Branding Success Secrets Entrepreneurs Can Learn From Beyoncé” and “To Boost Your Productivity 1,000 Percent, Practice This One Habit Daily for One Year”, this blog has something for every kind of business owner.