Whether you are starting off in business or are an experienced entrepreneur, you want to make sure that you are continuously learning and connecting with other entrepreneurs. Here’s a list of 30 websites on entrepreneurship.
This is a site that is a mix of several mentors who are experienced in the field of business. I guess that’s where they get their name from – a mix of synergy. The site colors and layout is wonderful so is Andrew Warner’s frank and open style of communication.
This website prides itself as being a source of information and inspiration for aspiring entrepreneurs, who want to break out of the 9 to 5 cubicle jail, live their dreams and be their own boss. A nice, clean and simple blog.
This is a great niche website for women entrepreneurs to network both online and offline. The design of the website is simply marvelous. Just shows what women are capable of doing in this world.
Inc.com is one of the biggest players in entrepreneurial content. They are the Big daddies of the entrepreneurial world with the big players advertising on their sites. They also have a print magazine and with the internet catching on they are on the internet bandwagon as well.
This is an unusual name for a blog. I guess entrepreneurs are unusual and this blog is a fun site with several articles written in a casual tone. Simple but fun.
Vator considers itself the voice of the entrepreneur and offers tips, a social media platform and other tools startups and entrepreneurs may need to become successful. If you are looking for social networking with other entrepreneurs, this website couples up as a social networking site as well. They have several resources for entrepreneurs like business plan competitions, a startup business directory, etc.
This website requires you to enter your email address to enter. Not too many details on the landing page. I guess if you are curious what’s inside, you may want to enter your email address to enter.
This is a place where you can participate in “Startup of the day” and “Startup of the month” campaigns and get free advertising space on the site. They have one winner every day who gets a day of free advertising. The winner of startup of the month gets a month of free advertising on Ideabing! This is a more like a startup competition to give startups visibility and help them get noticed.
This is the blog of investment banker Carol Roth. She answers questions on entrepreneurship and has several articles from herself and other contributors to her website.
This is Stanford University’s Entrepreneurship Corner that provides a free collection of over 1600 videos and podcasts, featuring lectures by several entrepreneurial thought leaders.
Mike Michalowicz’s The Toilet Paper Entrepreneur is another site on entrepreneurship that is very active on the entrepreneurial blogosphere. It is founded by serial entrepreneur Mike Michalowicz who started his first business at the age of 24.
David Siteman Garland’s website RISE To The Top claims to be a non-boring online show for entrepreneurs and forward-thinkers hosted by David Siteman Garland to help you build your business without fluff.
This is a trends website for small business and entrepreneurship. When we track trends in every industry, why should entrepreneurs and small business owners be left behind. So, here we have it – a trends website for entrepreneurs and small businesses. This website has quite a large fan following.
The Momtrepreneur Exchange is a website for mom entrepreneurs to connect, learn and grow their businesses at local meetups around the country.
This is another of those big print magazines that moved online. They are the big daddy of the entrepreneurial content world with quite a lot of advertisers. They’ve got a lot of great articles on their site but the ads on their site may just bother you a bit.
Market Mommy is a comprehensive marketing resource aimed specifically at mom entrepreneurs. They offer a variety of low-cost and free services to help mom entrepreneurs market their businesses both effectively and affordably. They have a blog, free e-newsletter, marketing services, free and low-cost advertising.
Peer Backers is a community dedicated to helping entrepreneurs get the funding they need to turn a small start into a big finish.
This is another fabulous website with entrepreneur news, startup advice, startup profiles and under30 CEO profiles. The energy of this website is young and vibrant. I guess it is the power of youth.
This website supports a program called One Million by One Million. The goal of the program is to help businesses achieve $1 million in revenue. There are lots of resources: blog, strategy roundtable conducted every Thursday online where entrepreneur Sramana Mitra listens to 5 entrepreneurs pitch their companies.
Blue Fountain Media’s Business Learning Center provides entrepreneurs with nuts-and-bolts advice on all aspects of doing business online. The advice ranges from how to select a web design firm to how to use YouTube as a business tool.
The American Entrepreneur is Western Pennsylvania’s only weekly radio talk show devoted entirely to the entrepreneurial experience. Each Saturday from 9 AM until 12:30 PM on MoneyTalk 1360 WMNY, Ron Morris puts over thirty years of entrepreneurial experience to work answering business questions, solving business problems and bringing all the latest information about everything that is happening on the entrepreneurial landscape. The website has articles you can read as well.
This is another website with loads of articles and how to guides from brothers Jeff and Rich Sloan. As teenagers, the Sloans bought and sold HUD houses. As young adults, they started and sold one of the world’s leading Arabian horse breeding operations and grew a consumer products import company with best selling products.
smallbizamerica.com claims to be the centerpiece for connectivity and resources for small business owners and entrepreneurs, with blogs, forums, features, podcasts and internet radio streaming. The website looks simple and easy to navigate.
Chuck Blakeman’s blog is focused solely on true small business owners with under 20 employees and is written by someone who has started, built and managed five small businesses.
Barry Moltz’s website has a blog with several articles on his personal experiences in entrepreneurship. It is a nice little website with a personal touch.
This blog has a punch line “Start a business that will change your life.” It has an ebook called StartUp School that you can download for Free.
This is the website you are presently reading this list from (in case you didn’t realize). This blog was built by me with a mission to help entrepreneurs build extraordinary businesses and you will see interviews and articles on this website from several extraordinary people.
This is Laura Petrolino’s website on entrepreneurship that is built in a fun and conversational style. This website has a weekly expert column and several resources on entrepreneurship.
This is the blog of Tim Ferris, author of the best seller The 4-hour work week.
We may have missed several websites on this list. If you think any other website needs to be on this list, please mention it in the comments section below.
About the Author
Vinil Ramdev is an entrepreneur, speaker and author of several ebooks. He is founder of StartUpGrowthExpert.com – An Online Magazine For Entrepreneurs who want to start and grow extraordinary businesses.
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