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Blog Best 10 Business Blogs for Entrepreneurs

Business professional shows on board the best blogs for Entrepreneurs

As an entrepreneur, you know that business can be unstable in the growth phase. And when times are hard, a network of support is something that every entrepreneur needs. It helps to read the stories of others in similar situations. It boosts morale, helps you make tough decisions, and can even drive your success. If you like to read blogs for inspiration, here are 10 blogs for entrepreneurs that can help you out.

1. Entrepreneur Magazine.

Entrepreneur Magazine is one of the originals that didn't start on the Internet. It has long been a magazine dedicated to up and coming professionals. This magazine features a "Top 50" group, which is a list of hand-picked entrepreneurs that have made their startups work. Entrepreneur Magazine is an inspirational for business people with struggling startups.

2. TechCrunch.

It's no surprise that technology is one of the driving forces behind many entrepreneurial startups. TechCrunch is one of the leading online blogs that focuses on emerging and innovative technologies that deserve the attention of entrepreneurs and tech heads alike.

3. Mashable.

Mashable and TechCrunch go head to head with the same information. There is some overlap in the content, but reading TechCrunch and Mashable will give you a full report on any emerging technologies that could help your business grow.

4. Inc Magazine.

Inc Magazine is similar to Entrepreneur, although it focuses more on startups and building a startup. It also takes contributions from outside writers, so you could have your own story published on the site. If you need some inspiration, this magazine helps you with common issues and insights on solutions.

5. Forbes.

Forbes covers all things business, and it also has its own "Top" list of startups and booming businesses. It covers more than just startups, though. It covers the biggest companies in different industries, so you can take lessons from experts in the field.

6. Moz.

If you have a website, you've probably heard of SEO (search engine optimization). Mozmakes a business out of educating small and large website owners on SEO topics. It helps you understand the latest search engine changes and ways you can properly set up your site for crawling.

7. Quora.

While Quora is not exactly a "blog," it is a great source of information. Ask questions, get answers and explore the ideas and experiences of others. This is what Quora brings to the Internet.

8. Business Insider.

Business Insider focuses on online entrepreneurship, technology, finance and general business. It hasn't been around very long as some of the other online magazines, but it does keep you up-to-date with the latest trends in business and the Internet.

9. Copyblogger.

Whether you're looking for content for your website or just want to read the latest in online marketing and blogging, Copyblogger makes a business out of entrepreneurship and writing. If you run a website, you probably need content. Copyblogger can help you either find the right writer or develop good blogging skills.

10. Small Business Trends.

It's good to keep up-to-date with the latest trends, and Small Business Trends is a small blog that covers several industries. They target small businesses, and most entrepreneurs can appreciate the stories of similar businesses struggling to grow.

We hope that you find the inspiration and support you need from the blogs we list above. And as for us here at ServerPoint, we are always ready to help you with any questions you might have regarding your website hosting. Don't hesitate to contact us; we are here for you!


  • Minerva currently works as a CIO at ServerPoint.Com. She is a forward-thinking, results-driven Manager, Leader and Business Strategist with almost 20 years of experience in diverse sectors.

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