Top 10 Most Practical Blogs for Entrepreneurs

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1. Small Business Trends
Anita Campbell looks at the latest trends affecting small businesses and entrepreneurs. A must-read for entrepreneurs.
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2. Just for Small Business
Full of thought-provoking tips for small business owners from Denise O'Berry, I like this blog because the topics are often unexpected - not your usual small business fare.
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3. WorkHappy
Carson McComas lives up to this blog's subtitle of "killer resources for entrepreneurs" by providing links and reviews of "killer" applications and other resources to help entrepreneurs work smarter, not harder.
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4. Duct Tape Marketing
John Jantsch delivers 2-3 small business marketing tips weekly in easily digestible, actionable bite-size chunks.
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5. The Entrepreneurial Mind
Jeff Cornwall, Director of the Belmont University Center for Entrepreneurship, looks at tends in small business and entrepreneurship and their impact on individual business owners.

6. BizzBangBu
Pittsburgh attorney, delivers excellent commentary and some original posts on the challenges facing emerging growth companies, with particular emphasis on legal issues.

7. Business Opportunities Weblog

Dane Carlson mixes links and commentary on legitimate business opportunities with his thoughts and personal experiences regarding entrepreneurship.

8. Go BIG Blog
9-time serial entrepreneur Wil Schroter, founder of the Go BIG Network, a networking site that helps growth-oriented entrepreneurs connect with investors, suppliers, co-founders and employees, uses his "no-BS" approach to tell entrepreneurs the way it really is that you won't read in the books.


9. Young Entrepreneur Journey
Michael Simmons, bestelling author of The Student Success Manifesto explores what he calls "Extreme Entrepreneurship". It's a new blog, but the content is already outstanding.

10. Startup Spark
Ben Yoskovitz provides a steady supply of business tips, plus some in-depth discussion of things like entrepreneurial passion, social entrepreneurship and dealing with business failure. Startup Spark also hosts the new Carnival of Entrepreneurs.
Authored by Scott Allen (October 24, 2005)
Website - www.smallbiztrends.com

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