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Monday, 26 September 2016 8:04

The Top 10 Business Blogs You Should Be Reading Right Now

By - Michael Rader

Business blogs have rapidly become one of the top ways to connect to customers and develop industry networks. Not only is it recommended that you develop your own business-related blog, it is also important to follow blogs that can help you expand your knowledge of such important topics as marketing, finances, best practices, and business trends.

It is imperative to know how to identify quality blogs in order to maximize your time and energy. The following blogs are widely considered the best in the business. Take the time to explore them and see what they can do for your business.

Harvard Business Review

This is my favorite blog. A user friendly site that provides readers with a variety of business topics, including articles like “The Difference Between Good Leaders and Great Ones”, “Diverse Teams Perform Better Because They Feel Less Comfortable,” and “The Future of Cyber Security.” The blog topics are very diverse and provide a plethora of business-related information.

You can also sign up for additional features like “Management Tips of the Day” and “Daily Alerts,” which provides links to all articles published within a 24-hour period.

For more information, visit Harvard Business Review

Duct Tape Marketing

An information blog focused on marketing issues, Duct Tape Marketing is applicable for business owners, marketing executives, and consultants. Current article topics include “Why Dark Posts Are the Best Facebook Advertising Approach Right Now”, “5 Questions You Should Ask Every Customer”, and “3 Effective Ways to Outsource Your Marketing.” In addition, the site’s archives include thousands of articles.

For more information, visit Duct Tape Marketing

The Hub Spot Blog

This blog is focused on two topics: marketing and sales. Topics are organized into those two categories and archived for long-term use. The site also offers partnership opportunities at a nominal price. Interested in topics like “The Guide to e-commerce Success” or “Four Fatal LinkedIn Prospecting Errors and How to Avoid Them?” This site may be for you.

For more information, visit The Hub Spot Blog

Small Business Trends

If you are the owner/operator of a small business, this blog may be exactly what you are looking for. Article topics are diverse and organized into specific sections, such as “Marketing and Social”, “Management”, “Technology”, “Finance”, and “Advice.” Whether you are an up and coming entrepreneur or a seasoned veteran, Small Business Trends can give you the edge you are looking for.

For more information, visit Small Business Trends

Convince & Convert

If you are interested in articles focused on marketing, Convince & Convert should be on your watch list. A site with a strong focus on social media and digital marketing, current article titles include “The Easiest Ways to Active Your Employees in Social Media”, “How to Unify Content in a Multi-Brand Enterprise System”, and “Six Steps to Launch a Perfect Snapchat Takeover.” Convince & Convert is user friendly and can help you maximize your marketing efforts.

For more information, visit Convince and Convert

Women on Business

Women in today’s business world often face a different set of challenges than their male counterparts. Tackling those challenges on a site like Women on Business can help you launch your business and keep it soaring to the top of the industry. If you are interested in topics like “Being a Better Businesswoman”, “Five Valuable Tips to Promote Your Online Business”, or “Four Important LinkedIn Updates for Busy Women on the Move,” this site is for you.

For more information, visit Women on Business

Evergreen Small Business

Marketed as a how-to guide for small business, this site includes topics ranging from “How to Grow a Small Business” or “Little Known Benefits of a S Corporation” to “Really Simplified Guide to Small Business Obamacare Rules.” Archived articles can be accessed by searching by topic, category, or state. Evergreen Small Business is one of the only sites that organizes articles via state so you can read only those articles that pertain to the state you operate in.

For more information, visit Evergreen Small Business

Both Sides of the Table

For young entrepreneurs, this site offers a myriad of topics that can help you grow your business. Topics include “How to Build a Startup and Understand Venture Capital” and “Why Startup Entrepreneurs Need to Communicate More Like Al Gore Than George Bush.” This site offers a fresh take on issues for new or experienced business owners alike.

For more information, visit Both Sides of the Table

Young Upstarts

Another great blog for young entrepreneurs and new startups, this blog is focused toward the Millennial generation, although the content can be valuable to business owners of all experience levels and ages. Current topics include “Three Epic Tips to Make Your Business and International Success”, Challenges Faced by b2b Tech Startups and How to Prevent Them”, and “How to Generate Leads Through Video Marketing.”

For more information, visit Young Upstarts

Business in Blue Jeans

A blog focused on helping business owners launch and then grow their business, this site is no-nonsense and user friendly. If you are looking for articles like “How to Write a Sales Plan in Four Easy Steps” or “Five Working Capital Options for Your Small Business,” this site will be of interest. Blog writers include business experts and those associated with successful businesses.

For more information, visit Business in Blue Jeans

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Michael Rader

With over ten years in web development and design, Michael Rader has expertise and technical know-how. But more than a skilled technician, he is an entrepreneur and innovator who helps startup’s and new businesses identify and define their future with a unique, brandable business name. Michael Rader is the founder and CEO of Brandroot®, a leading .com domain name marketplace. He currently lives in Kailua-Kona, Hawaii where he operates the business and authors a blog dedicated to naming and brand name establishment.