When you start a small business, you have to do everything.
Do you feel like you have so much to do to get your business on track and sometimes, feel overwhelmed by all that you need to do and all that you don't know how to do? Well, as you know, the web can be a terrific resource for small business owners and other entrepreneurs. But how can you find the good resources that are out there? Here's one resource I found to help you. "...there is a lot [of information] out there for small and home based business owners, but it is not always easy to find the best small business blogs amidst all the clutter.
It’s not hard to waste a lot of time looking for the good stuff. So we set out to discover the most useful ...for small business owners." writes 60 Second Ideas. This article selects their picks for the Top 10 Small Business Blogs for the first quarter of 2006. Their suggestions include:
Entrepreneurs Journey - produced by Yaro Starak, an interesting young entrepreneur from Australia. The blog posts useful articles aimed at starting and running an Internet business, interviews with other entrepreneurs and podcasts. Recent posts include What Is The 80/20 Rule And Why It Will Change Your Life, How I Have Made Money Online, The Top 8 Search Engine Optimization Techniques.
Marketing Experiments Blog - The Blog of Dr. Flint McGlaughlin and his research team at marketingexperiments.com, this is far and away the best website and blog for providing detailed information and research with real life case examples of what really works in the world of Internet Marketing. This blog is an absolute must read. Recent posts include How People Look at Web Pages, What to Include on Your Home Page, and Blogging – A Natural Starting Place for Transparent Marketing.
Small Business Today - Businessknowhow.com founder Janet Attard's blog posts comments on news, trends, and information to help you run your small business more effectively. Brief and to the point, this blog has a wealth of information and will not waste your time, Recent posts include Banner Clickthroughs, Help Customers Find You, and Marketing Strategy: Give Old Products a New Twist. I think its a geat resource and you can read it in full here.