There’s no shortage of Business Management Bloggers sharing content online these days. Quality content, on the other hand, can be a little harder to find. To help you sift through the clutter, we’ve identified a handful of business management bloggers that help business minds stay sharp, focused and full of new ideas.
Of course, if know of any others, feel free to share them and leave a link in the comments section! All comments are moderated, so please only leave quality links to quality sites that add value to this blog and discussion!
The Management Blog by BusinessWeek.com:
Some of the biggest names in business are showcased on one of the most-read outlets in the world. Bloomberg Businessweek tackles a wide range of issues relating to management trends in its aptly named, “The Management Blog”. The blog plays host to countless reputable authors, including economists, consultants, marketers, business leaders and political insiders. The topics they take on may seem beyond that which will impact the day-to-day operations of any particular small business. But reading the stream of articles is a sure way for business managers – or students preparing for a career in business management – to stay abreast of importance affecting the world.
Duct Tape Marketing
Given the important role that marketing plays in making sound business management decisions, it’s vital that prospective business managers stay informed of the ever-changing marketing climate. Small-business expert John Jantsch and Duct Tape Marketing serve up valuable marketing insights that business owners and management professionals can actual apply to real-world scenarios. The Duct Tape Marketing blog features regular updates from Jantsch himself, as well as contributions from guest writers who stay true to the site’s standard of blending useful information and conversational tone. Learn the latest about inbound marketing, SEO, useful business tools and so much more.
Harvard Business Review
Whether you’re already in a position to manage a business – or you’re working toward a degree in preparation for such a job – you’re never too good to learn more from the best. The Harvard Business Review blog network delivers new content virtually every hour, offering up priceless nuggets for its business-minded followers. The HBR blog network features tips on working more efficiently, hiring more effectively, and just about anything else that might help in your day-to-day responsibilities as a business manager. For business managers-in-training, HBR’s network of writers delivers insights on how to turn your college experience into the best career-prep tool possible.
U.S. Small Business Administration
If you’re looking for clever writing, it isn’t for you. But if you want is the nuts and bolts of owning and running a small business, then the U.S. Small Business Administration blog is a trove of crucial information. Get the latest on legislative changes impacting entrepreneurs and small-business owners, and learn about programs that are available to help startup businesses get started. Being a dot-gov site, the SBA blog also links to important forms that need to be filled out, both annually and at startup, and also provides contact information if you have a question. Content on the blog is largely technical, and not intended to be engaging and entertaining. But it’s information packed, and worth checking into occasionally.
Small Business Trends
From understanding the latest in digital marketing to taking advantage of today’s vast freelance workforce, there is much to consider in a business management position. Small Business Trends recognizes that fact and serves pages and pages of quality content to reflect it. Small Business Trends is virtually a full-blown media outlet, with news, resources and advice presented in an easy-to-read format. How important is customer service? How important is your business’ ability to accept credit card payments? Who should you be looking for in your next hire? Small Business Trends weighs in on virtually any business-related topic that comes to mind. And if it doesn’t, you can message them with questions.
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