“In the end, every startup is different. But in the beginning, every startup is the same.”Richie Norton
Did you make mistakes? Did you hit dead-ends? Did you hit rock-bottom?
As an entrepreneur, this is going to be your lifestyle. But, instead of doing it the hard way, why not learn from the mistakes that other entrepreneurs made while building up their empires? Of course, we all would still make mistakes and learn from them too.
But let’s be honest, no one would want to repeat it, if we know it’s a mistake.
In this blog post, I have curated a list of the 5 top startup blogs that you should start following right now if you want to get with the times and excel
Besides the obviousness of the name, Entrepreneur.com is one of the most resourceful and informative sources of getting that boost to ace your game. With topics as varied as- Marketing, Leadership, Growth Strategies, Finance, Technology, Legality and much more, this is your Bible for starting your business. Entrepreneur has the best of local and international advice and suggestions as it is published under license internationally in Mexico, Russia, India, Hungary, the Philippines, South Africa, and others.
Read their latest on ‘3 Ways to Manage a Team and Talent from Afar‘
Copyblogger is your one-stop solution to everything related to ‘content marketing’. It is like a vast ocean of knowledge, information and tactics that can actually help you build up your startup from scratch. This blog has years of excellence and expertise in adding value through content, generating traffic to your websites, and connecting directly to the audience. Copyblogger is one of the best marketing and content blog that you just cannot miss.
Read one their latest blog on ‘SMS vs Email, How to Leverage Social Media (the Right Way), and the Content Tipping Point’
OnStartups is brought to you by Dharmesh Shah, who has co-founded and is also the CTO at Hubspot. To quote Shah,” I figured out that there are others out there that are also fascinated with startups and what it takes to make them succeed. So, I started this blog. So basically, this site is for and about software startup ”. With a splendid on-ground knowledge that Shah possesses, this Blog is a perfect go-to source for anyone who is looking forward to learning from first-hand experiences of an industry leader.
Read their latest on ‘A Simple Hack For Conveying Context Without Confusion‘
SaaStr is the world’s largest community of SaaS executives, founders, and entrepreneurs. It is headed by Jason Lemkin, a renowned venture capitalist and Danielle Morrill, co-founder and CMO of SocialPandas. ”SaaStr began in 2012 as a simple WordPress blog and a few answers on Quora sharing Jason Lemkin’s learnings of going from $0 to $100m ARR at EchoSign. SaaStr has been named one of the Top 100 Blogs for Entrepreneurs by Forbes and one of the 50 Best Websites for Entrepreneurs by Inc. Magazine, and a Top Writer on Quora six times”, states the website. SaaStr is a perfect all-in-one guide to you if you have a SaaS startup, like ours.
Read their latest on ‘The “Covid Boost” for SaaS Will Last Years‘
Harvard Business Review is a rare example of how you preserve Quality with quantity. And HBR has been doing all through the years and how! Covering a wide range of topics ranging from- Innovation, Technology, Entrepreneurship, Marketing, Career Planning, Organizational Culture, Human Resource Management to Productivity, and Work-Life Balance, and much more. As written by Lindsay Kolowich, for Hubspot Blog, ”Harvard Business Review is a hallmark of high-quality journalism”
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