6 Blogs All Small Business Owners Should Read

Posted by Kyndall DySard on January 23, 2017 at 9:00 AM

Owning a business can be tough, so you're going to need a lot of help and advice a long the way. There are so many websites and blogs that churn out business advice daily, but it's a pain figuring out which sites are worth reading.

We've compiled a list of a few of our small business blogs that we believe every business owner should have bookmarked. 

1. Harvard Business Review 

If you want great content about leadership, entrepreneurship and innovation there is plenty to read on hbr.org. They have a ton of experts and regular writers who examine all aspects of how to build your business. Their content is organized, so you only read what you're interested in! 

2. Fit Small Business

The FitSmallBusiness.com website provides business level reviews and recommendations so you can find the best software, services and financing for your company. The blog gives you even more information to make the best of your small business resources. They even promise to answer all comments left on the blog.

3. Seth Godin's Blog

One of the world's most popular bloggers, Godin is a master of the thought-provoking one-liner, the grand pronouncement, and the deeply contemplative paragraph. His subject matter is online marketing, but he transcends the genre by writing like a human being - he frequently talks about love, trust, and happiness. He's also pretty funny. 

4.HubSpot's Marketing Blog

Hubspot is one of the thought leaders in the marketing world, and constantly releases reports, data, and research that people around the world quote. They attract over 2 million monthly readers  and cover everything you need to know to master inbound marketing.

5. Blogtrepreneur

Run by the Toren Brothers, the Blogtrepreneur blog provides priceless advice for small business owners and entrepreneurs on starting, managing and growing small business ventures.

6. Small Business Administration

SBA.gov may be the most well-known online resource for small businesses but did you know they have several blogs segmented to help you get exactly the information you need?


Kyndall DySard

Written by Kyndall DySard

Kyndall is originally from Wake Forest, NC, but moved to Wilmington three years ago to attend UNCW. She enjoys learning more about Integrated Marketing Communication methods and the occasional binge on Netflix. When she's not working in the office, she's hitting the books hard studying Communication Studies and Political Science.

Topics: Entrepreneurship

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