10 blogs for small business owners to follow

Editorial Team

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There is no official manual for how to run a small business. However, thanks to the internet, there is no shortage of carefully curated resources designed to help aspiring entrepreneurs get their ventures off the ground and thriving.

Below is our collection of the best blogs for small business owners to follow. Read these to learn more about managing money, marketing your products and services, building a customer base, and streamlining your operations.

1. Small Business Administration (SBA) blog

The SBA blog offers step-by-step guides for writing business plans, registering your company, seeking funding, and more. If you’re looking for actionable advice from real business owners, be sure to start with this excellent hub of information.

2. Small Biz Survival

If yours is a small town or rural business, Small Biz Survival is worth checking out. Although your business might have limited geographic reach, this resource can help you grow your client base and keep customers coming back for more. As one of the top small business advice blogs on this list, it also has useful tips for those looking to expand into other, larger markets.

3. Social Triggers

Created by Derek Halpern, Social Triggers is a business blog dedicated to the psychology of consumer behavior. He breaks down why we buy what we buy, as well as what tools and tricks businesses of all sizes can use to help boost conversions and seal the sale. Although there are lots of “behavioral” blogs for small business managers, the beauty of this resource is that most of Halpern’s tips are actionable – even if you’re on a budget.

4. DIY Marketers

DIY Marketers is another excellent resource geared toward small business owners with limited budgets. This blog shows you how to generate more foot and web traffic without having to spend a fortune on traditional advertising and marketing. If you’re someone who likes to “do-it-yourself,” starting with this guide could help you save a lot of money and potentially generate more sales.

5. The Gary Vaynerchuk Blog

The business world is dynamic, with new technologies and processes emerging every day. This is especially true as society becomes more interconnected. If you’re ever overwhelmed by all these changes, Gary Vaynerchuk can help you get your bearings so you can better navigate this changing landscape using a combination of traditional media and modern IT to distinguish yourself from the competition.

6. Noobpreneur

If you’re a true business novice, Noobpreneur is a terrific resource to help get your venture off the ground. Think of it as an unofficial crash course in the most important business concepts that every entrepreneur should know before committing time or money. Even if your business is already established, there are still great insights you can glean from this in-depth blog.

7. Small Business Trends

Small Business Trends is the go-to resource for learning about all the latest advancements, tips, and strategies business owners should know to remain relevant in today’s fast-paced business world.

8. MarketingProfs

If you’re someone who would rather watch webinars than read blog posts, MarketingProfs may be a perfect fit for you. This community resource features countless interactive webinars and lectures that cover every business topic under the sun, in addition to standalone articles. It takes some time to navigate through the libraries, but if you’re an auditory or visual learner, this resource can help provide a great education in entrepreneurship.

9. Small Business Bonfire

Small Business Bonfire offers actionable tips, tools, resources, articles and inspiration for aspiring or established small businesses. And, you can sign up for its bi-weekly newsletter to have the latest information delivered right to your inbox.

10. The Green (Clover’s blog)

Welcome! We create articles to help you run your business easier, faster, and smarter. From accepting payments to hiring employees to managing inventory and then some, The Green is a go-to resource for any entrepreneur. Be sure to bookmark this site and check back weekly for the latest tips and insights to help you grow your small business.


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