They are so much blogs online right now, New blogs are being created daily, great blogs focused on entrepreneurships, startups, especially blogs for entrepreneurs still taking baby steps.
We at YHP decided to put together a list of our top 20 blogs for entrepreneurs, blogs that we constantly keep our eye on.
Blogs which contents are centred towards helping young entrepreneurs on his/her entrepreneurial journey, insights into entrepreneurial world, interviews, tips from vcs and experienced entrepreneurs.
Cutting the list down to 20 was not an easy job, but i'm sure you'll agree with me that the final 20 are worth it.
Here are the top 20 blogs to follow in 2011.
I'm a huge fan of Andrew Warner and have followed mixergy since its wee-days, Mixergy has continued to grow and has grown into one of the most influential blogs online. Andrew invites and interviews top internet entrepreneurs on their successes, failures and tips for budding entrepreneurs in a direct, yet pleasant way.
He also has one hell of a story.
Dharmesh Shah has continued to show why Onstartups.com is being regarded as the centre for the best startup information, with in-depth posts about starting out as an entrepreneurs, getting investment, tips on becoming a better entrepreneur or founder, everything really. The Guest posts are also something to look forward to.
Inc.com cover small business information, features and interviews on the hottest startups and entrepreneurs around the world. Also, check out their top lists.
Jason Baptiste posts on his blogs covers posts he's written on different platform and also his personal thoughts on entrepreneurship and his journey at his company. It is all worth a read, i'm sure you will agree with me.
Quick Sprout covers different topics in entrepreneurship, Neil Patel lays it all down in a no-sugar coating way. You will quickly realise that his comments section is as powerful as sending him an email. He talks about his journey as an entrepreneur, tips, advices and road-map in becoming a more successful entrepreneur in a No B.S way, it doesnt get better than this.
Mark Suster is probably one of the few VCs that is still blogging consistently, it is always good to hear from those who have "been there, done that". This blog is a must - read for every budding entrepreneur and startup. Has some great insights on entrepreneurship and advice on how to raise venture capital.
Matt Wilson and Jared O’Toole have continued to keep Under30 CEO consistent and relevant in today fast paced world. Covering topics and tips for entrepreneurs, interviews with top entrepreneurs, startups and budding entrepreneurs. From their experiences as an entrepreneur, they teach you how to stop doing the things you hate and start living the America dream, the entrepreneurial lifestyle.
Nivi and Nadal are the brains behind Venture hacks, where it provides startups with tips and advices on raising money or even entrepreneurs looking to jump on the investor bandwagon, you will not be disappointed.
They also founded Angel list -A community of startups and investors who make fund-raising efficient.
Founder of Y combinator (A startup incubator that provides seed funding and advice to early stage startups) and hacker news. Paul Graham speaks with a wealth of experience and his articles on startups and entrepreneurship should be paid close attention by every aspiring entrepreneur.
A blog by Fred Wilson, a VC (Union Square Ventures). Great tips on raising venture capital and other advice on how to deal with VCs.
ThisWeekIn covers a wide variety of topics from tech to entertainment. The web shows feature guest experts, founders, movie stars, comedians, technologists and CEO’s — all keeping you up to speed on what’s happening this week with a fast and funny style. Informative and entertaining, It is founded in 2010 by Jason Calacanis, Kevin Pollak and Mark Jeffrey.
The Toren brothers have grown YoungEntrepreneur.com into one of few powerhouse platform dedicated to young entrepreneurs on the internet with an engaing forum to articles and interviews with top entrepreneurs, also giving budding entrepreneurs the opportunity to ask questions with experts in the field.
StartupNation is another platform created by two brothers, Jeff and Rich Sloan. It provides real-world business advice to people who want to start a business and who want to grow their small businesses.
A blog by Leo Babauta. Zen Habits is a blog that offers simple ways to be more productive, The blog features articles on topics such as personal productivity, organization, living frugally, eliminating debt, and cultivating good habits.
A Blog by Matt Cheuvront. In an humorous and honest way he encourages his readers to live a more fulfilled, life without the constraints of social norms with an analysis into his own life. A life unrestricted and without regrets.
This blog originated from the fast-moving television show which is broadcast on ABC. The show features fast paced interviews from high-energy entrepreneurs who are experts in their fields and actually give valuable advice.
The blog covers the journey of personal development, it covers life experiences, failures, successes and challenges. A Blog entrepreneurs can easily relate to.
A location independent blogger who turned his life 180 degrees in one year, he quite his job when he discovered how rigid and restrictive the corporate world was and then he became on his journey. The blog is the right place for anyone looking to Overcome the Fear of Uncertainty, A plus for anyone who wants to start their own freedom business or work location independent.
I Will Teach You To Be Rich is a blog focused on personal finance and entrepreneurship for college students, recent college grads, and everyone else. Ramit primarily focuses on Automation, Earning More Money, Entrepreneurship, and Psychology.
After my interview with Jonathan, i have found myself reading and becoming addicted to most of his blog posts, he says what most blogs try to cover up, i call them "the painful truth". A blog that will shift your paradigm.