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5 small business blogs you should be reading

Posted by K. F. on May 12, 2014

As a hard working small business owner, it can be difficult finding timely and relevant sources of information that foster ideas for growth.

Read these 5 small business blogs and you'll get ideas to move your business to the next level.

1. Viveka von Rosen - Linked Into Business

The self proclaimed "LinkedIn Expert, Viveka's is a guru of business networking with LinkedIn.  Her network extends to over 31 million people on the social media platform and her insight from building such a deep network is revealed in detail throughout her blog.  An overall excellent source of expert advise on how to maximize your business network.

2. Lisa Larter - Build, Connect, Strategize

A native of New Brunswick, Lisa helps entrepreneurs and small businesses build relationships with their customers through social media.  As a strategist, Lisa coaches her clients on how to use relationships, systems, and technology to increase sales.  Her blog offers guidance that every small business owner can use in their day to day operations.

3. Natalie Sisson's Suitcase Entrepreneur

Natalie has a clear vision for her business - to ensure 100,000 entrepreneurs create freedom in business and adventure in life by 2020.  Her #1 best selling book on Amazon is a wonderful complement to her blog where she covers everything from networking and business development to communication and technology. 

4. Chris Brogan Blog - Human Business Works

Chris is an adviser and strategist to professional and business owners.  A 7 times best selling New York Times author, Chris combines the teachings of business strategy and personal development to offer a complete package for his audience.  Check out his blog for insight on how to run a business on your own terms.

5. Ted Rubin - Return on Relationship

Ted is a a leading Social Marketing Strategist and keynote speaker at business conferences around the world.  In his blog he likes to write about social media, strategic partnerships, and his trademark Return on Relationship. He has a firm belief in identifying with your customer in order to develop your business. "Try to understand who your customer is and stay true to your brand." We couldn't agree more.

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