Top 5 Entrepreneur Blogs to Read (excluding this one, of course!)
Mashable: With categories ranging from technology to social good, Mashable is the first blog you should check each day for the latest news and trends. It’s also wise to bookmark this blog for the wealth of resources and tips you’ll no doubt return to again and again.
Freelance Folder: While its target audience is freelance writers, Freelance Folder is chock full of advice and tips useful for entrepreneurs from all walks of life. With topics on productivity and marketing, you’ll find something to help your small business.
Chris Brogan: A small business consultant and columnist for Entrepreneur magazine, Chris Brogan offers his insight on a variety of current topics for entrepreneurs. He provides not just business advice, but inspiration.
Startup Princess: “An international network committed to Empowering Women Entrepreneurs by offering resources for women in business to support, mentor, collaborate, learn from, and inspire one another.” With events, a business directory, and advertising opportunities supplementing the blog, this online community is a go-to for women entrepreneurs.
Sparksheet: More of an online magazine than a blog, Sparksheet offers a variety of topics to get businesses thinking about the way they use content to define and promote their brands. In addition to news and information, Sparksheet gives you the opportunity–and encourages you–to engage in lively discussions.
Top 5 Entrepreneurs on Twitter
Ja-Naé Duane (@TheSunQueen): Our founder and CEO is our top pick to follow, but not just for the obvious reason. Her network is so vast and varied, she always has something interesting and useful to say.
Carla Young (@CarlaYoung): The founder of MOMeo Magazine and EntrepreneurialMoms.com tweets not only business-related information, but practical advice for life.
Jason Calacanis (@Jason): An angel investor and co-founder of Mahalo (among others), Jason tweets advice and information to and about startups. His account should be at the top of the list of any entrepreneur starting a business.
Small Business Administration (@SBAgov): The official Twitter feed for the Small Business Administration. Find tips and news here.
Anita Campbell (@smallbiztrends): Follow Anita to keep up on the latest trends and news in small business.
We know we’ve left off a number of people to follow and blogs to read, but this will give you a great start. Have we missed any of your favorites? Tell us below in the comments who we should add and why.