From thought provoking and informative to amusing and controversial – these are 9 great business bloggers who inform and inspire
1. Jane Copeland is a marketing strategist whose blog Coping With Jane, addresses how to build a personal brand while maintaining a balance between work and life. If you’re a woman looking to position yourself as an authority and leader in your niche, this is the blog for you. Unlike most other business blogs, it offers plenty of video content.
2. Founder of Red Balloon Naomi Simson, writes a motivational blog which provides practical business advice that can be applied to real life. She offers advice for new entrepreneurs and shares stories of her own personal successes and setbacks on the road to success. Her blog was rated second best business blog for 2016 by Smart Company.
3. Social media marketing is a core part of most businesses, and Donna Moritz’s Socially Sorted is a blog that addresses ways to improve your social presence. It’s an accessible and enjoyable to read.
4. Posse by Rebekah Campbell, is a timeless blog that follows the journey of a startup founder. It describes the rollercoaster ride of owning your own business and delves into how problems can be solved with technology.
5. Katrina Read is a creative strategist and her technical blog Kat’s Insight is perfect for business owners who want to understand and tap into the potential of analytics and big data. Content includes posts on budgeting and telecommunications, with real life examples offered.
6. Steve Sammartino is a published author and business technologist who writes content relating to startups, new technology, and data. With posts on everything from futurism to privacy issues and efficiency, Startupblog is a wealth of information for new business owners.
7. Kelly Exeter is the author of Swish Design – a blog garnered to small business owners with a desire to boost their business through digital marketing, social media, and great design. This blog takes some of the pressure off when it comes to needing to be a digital expert.
8. Small Paper Things is a blog brought to you by Kate Cook – a digital marketer who writes offering advice to entrepreneurs who wish to boost their online marketing results. If you’re doing your own digital marketing or you’re seeking a fresh outlook, check out this blog.
9. Rayn Ong is a Sydney-based start-up investor who writes on all things in this sphere. He is an investor with a tech background and mostly finances early-stage SaaS and marketplace businesses. Rayn has invested in more than 25 companies and writes on how to become an angel investor, what to look out for and how to pitch successfully.
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