A few weeks back we shared a collection of best blogs for business. So many of you contributed that we have best blogs part 2!
Here are some more blog recommendations from our awesome community…
I love James Schramko’s blog Super Fast Business. It arrives in your inbox each week and is really down to earth energy for the day!
Elliott Bailey – iAdrenalin
Having recently started a craft blog and online store, I was recommended the career advice on the Prolific Living website.
After spending years dreaming, planning and working on my business goals, I have found that once you actually launch, maintaining the same momentum can be difficult.
In the early days, when it feels like no one is reading my blog, when I’ve spent the midnight hours alone at my craft table painting strips of fabric and wondering if anybody will ever actually see my crafts, this blog has been an inspiration and a kick up the proverbial when I need it!
Natasha Wilson – Crafty Little Grey Fox
I discovered The Entourage around two months ago. Sometimes it is a challenge to stay motivated and positive when running your own business.
The range of topics, video’s and interviews which are put up on this blog on a daily basis, certainly help to give me the inspiration that I need to continue working as hard and constructively as possible to ensure that ongoing success of our business.
Scott Tritton – Natural Kids
Conversion XL is written by an online ‘conversion expert’. It’s been such a fantastic resource for me as a small business owner who seeks best practice thinking around how to improve an online store.
He publishes incredible strategy articles on various ways to improve the online customer experience and revenue. He only publishes when he feels he has something important to say, so it means content remains relevant and really insightful.
Lauren Roe – I Love Linen
I love Australian Women Online the editor Deborah Robinson is smart and has blogged for over 5 years, she helps professional women with business, shopping, technology, health, books, career, etc. and inspired me to develop my own blog.
Her blog is serious, informative and easy to browse.
Frederique Bros – Women Love Tech
The Ric Wilmot blog has been my most used blog for my business ideas. It contains practical tips and resources that allow me to overcome my fears and anxiety.
The blog resonates on many different levels with me and displays commentary on the reality of conducting business.
Jesse Yvanoff – CJ Advisory