Six Blogs Entrepreneurs Should Follow
Growing a small business takes more than hard work. Success is found at the intersection of work, knowledge, and luck. Since nobody can control if he/she is lucky or not, you are better of focusing your efforts on improving the former two.
Also, since we can’t make you work any harder (which we are sure is very hard), HubRunner has come together to bring you the best knowledge of business development and marketing on the web. The lists below have enlightened and improved our team. We’ve hacked through the thickets of fluff and nonsensical information on the web, and now we bring our findings to you!
Entreprenuer.com is one of the most popular blogs for the small business life. It takes a high perspective of the entrepreneurial landscape while picking up on specific topics here and there. If you want to learn more about developing technologies or practices, definitely subscribe to Entrepreneur.
Seth Godin, one of the creators of Squidoo, shares information he has gained over years of working in the tech industry. He is a very well respected author and marketer. Aside from the deep information he shares with us, his ability to inspire motivation has kept members of our team motivated while in the trenches.
Search Engine Land is the de facto leader in search engine marketing news. Our marketing team uses this website to stay abreast of the ever-changing face of search marketing. In addition to search, SEL also has its finger on the pulse of social media and local marketing.
HubSpot is one of the leaders when it comes to inbound marketing. Marketers across the world look to them for their innovating marketing tactics and knowledge hub. If you are interested in learning how to connect with the right people for your brand, HubSpot offers its blog and a certification to teach you inbound marketing.
Web Design Ledger is a popular website for designers and developers alike. Readers use it to keep up-to-date with the latest trends and styles. Form is equally as important as function in today’s user-centric internet. Incorporating both beautiful design and engaging user experience is the key to lowering bounce rates and increasing time on site. If you are interested in learning how, Web Design Ledger is a perfect place to start.
The Design Blog is one of the most visually stimulating blogs that we follow. The majority of its content is high-res photos from graphic designers around the world. Every featured design comes with a blurb about the work and the designer who created it. Inspiration is half the fun of the design process, and The Design Blog helps us become inspired