As entrepreneurs, you know how busy life can get and how much you have to juggle. Still, you must take time out for yourself to read some of these fantastic blogs. Not only will they help you grow your business, they’ll also provide great advice, learning, humor and a wonderful network of other entrepreneurs.
Blogs by Women for Women Entrepreneurs
She Takes on the World – an award winning blog written, named by Forbes.com as one of the Twenty Best Marketing and Social Media Blogs by Women. Natalie does an amazing job of supporting and inspiring women entrepreneurs. She features interviews with fabulous women entrepreneurs, business resources, and a free directory for women-owned businesses. I also have to credit her with much of the ground work on highlighting many of these blogs.
Womengrowbusiness – This blog has daily articles written by over a dozen women entrepreneurs. It brings together many different voices from various types of businesses. Founded by Jill Foster and edited by Shonali Burke – one of PR Week’s Top 40 Under 40.
Women On Business – Reading Women On Business is a like having your own personal mentor. It is written by powerhouse entrepreneur and author, Susan Gunelius, along with other guest contributors.
The Boss of You – Co-written by successful entrepreneur duo, Lauren Bacon and Emira Mears, The Boss of You is all about learning to run a business doing what you love. The Boss of You is also a book and I was lucky enough to interview Lauren recently. It’s coming soon!
Escape from Cubicle Nation – Pam Slim is certified as a master coach and shares her expertise on making the transition from corporate worker to thriving entrepreneur. Pam’s passion shines through her posts. She’s also incredible at finding balance, taking on four major projects and still looking at the big picture. She’s been awesome on the $100 Biz Forum I am part of.
Joyful Business Blog – Laura West fuses smart business practices with the law of attraction in her unique approach to starting a small business and breaking through personal barriers.
Startup Princess – Founded by Kelly King Anderson, Startup Princess is a network of business women and features a wide variety of articles. The Startup & Grow section is particularly useful for women entrepreneurs.
Successful Blog – Liz Strauss delves into one of the most important parts of building a business –building a base of loyal customers. This woman has heart and reaches out to people in such amazing ways. She recently acknowledged acknowledgedThe Suitcase Entrepreneur on her site – I was touched to say the least.
The Next Women – This online business magazine, founded by Simone Brummelhuis, features businesses that are led by women and profiles a “Female Internet Hero” each month. She does a great job of profiling awesome women in business.
Market Like a Chick – Pro marketer, Coree Silvera, tells it like it is and examines marketing from a female perspective. She focuses on internet marketing but also writes about business and interviews top women in the marketing industry.
One Woman Marketing – Kelly Watson is a marketing consultant and copywriter who coaches businesswomen on finding the right way to market themselves both online and offline.
Wonder Branding – Marketing goddess, Michele Miller, shares her views on female consumerism and how to connect to your female customers. She is an author, international speaker, and partner in an advertising consulting firm that works with major brands across North America.
Ali Brown’s Blog – Ali Brown shares her secrets to success. She is a successful entrepreneur and on a mission to help women make all their dreams come true through entrepreneurship.
The Barefoot Executive’s Blog – Carrie Wilkerson has built several successful businesses and now coaches others to do the same. Her blog is a must read for work-from-home women.
Making It Legal – Award-winning business attorney, Nina Kaufman, helps entrepreneurs to navigate through all sorts of legal barriers and issues you may face as you grow your business.
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