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Top 20 Websites for Entrepreneurs



1. Inc. Magazine


Inc. Magazine, founded in 1979, focuses on growing businesses in the United States. Businesses should strive to be named Inc. The Inc. 5000 is an annual list of America's fastest-growing businesses.

"Start-Up" is the section of the site most useful to new entrepreneurs. It's jam-packed with extremely useful reads on business dos and don'ts. It would not be a waste of time to glance at Inc. every day.


2. Entrepreneur.com


Entrepreneur.com's "Inspiration Station" is dedicated to giving entrepreneurs access to today's industry leaders and pioneers. Whether things are going well or you're just looking for something to do in the office, bookmark this page.


3. The Economist


The Economist provides an excellent global view of the economy. The Economist, which highlights socioeconomic factors and political effects in the global market, may not directly relate to your daily operations, but it can put your work in context and serve as a reminder that you are part of a larger economy.


4. Bloomberg.com


For business owners, Bloomberg is a no-brainer. The "Leaders" section of their website, on the other hand, is a pretty sweet little nook. This section contains great insights and relevant stories for leaders at all levels. The leadership section is specially designed to assist you in making sound decisions.


5. Forbes.com


Another obvious choice for business owners, Forbes' "Entrepreneur" section is a great way to stay current. The section is less focused on advice and more on news that is relevant and interesting to business owners.


6. A Smart Bear


Jason Cohen is a seasoned entrepreneur with a track record of success in the technology industry. He's started four businesses, all of which are profitable. His blog is great for entrepreneurs of all types, not just techies and geeks.


7. Under 30 CEO


More entrepreneurial advice, but this site is especially geared toward a younger audience. If you're fresh out of (or still in) college, this is the place to go to explore your entrepreneurial spirit.


8. Design Sponge


This section of Design Sponge features a lot of really great profiles of female entrepreneurs, as well as great advice tailored to some of the unique experiences and challenges that businesswomen face.


9. Problogger


Problogger is an excellent blog for learning the ins and outs of effectively running a blog. Creating a blog is extremely difficult, but this website may be able to assist you in establishing a blog that is successful enough to attract ad money and subscriptions.


10. Onevest


For those of you who are still looking for investment funding, this website makes your business idea available to a large number of people who are interested in contributing to new businesses. A must-see for new entrepreneurs.


11. Mashable


This independent news source is already well-known for its easily accessible, high-quality content. It contains up-to-date information on a wide range of related topics, including digital culture, social media, and technology. Despite being a go-to resource for all things digital, the website is written in simple language and is free of technical jargon. Entrepreneurs with little or no knowledge of technology prefer the website for this purpose.


12. Social Media Examiner


This blog is essentially a collection of social media articles and is intended for both newcomers and seasoned web users. It has been updated and has a broad focus. It is a great resource for determining which social media tools will be beneficial to your business and getting the most out of the tools you use.


13. Copyblogger


Copyblogger is an action-packed website full of tips and strategies for improving your copywriting skills in business and life. This clean and simple site is filled with amazing tools to help you build your business and will keep your attention for a few hours, but their ebooks, marketing training courses, and copywriting gold will keep you coming back.


14. Marie Forleo


A marketing and lifestyle expert, best-selling author, and motivational speaker created this website. Her website, while geared toward female entrepreneurs, provides a wealth of information on living a life and building a profitable business that you will enjoy. Her website contains mostly videos of interviews and inspirational tips and strategies, but her bubbly personality makes them worth watching.


15. TED.com


You have been missing out or watching videos on every other social media platform if you have not bookmarked this site. That is how good TED is. In 15-minute videos, TED brings you the most cutting-edge ideas in education, technology, and design. The videos are not only informative, educational, and occasionally entertaining, but the discussion community is brimming with ideas.


16. Mindvalleyinsights.com



This site, an outgrowth of the incubation firm Mindvalley, provides hard-hitting informational articles and training on all things entrepreneur, from branding to culture to traffic building.


17. TechCrunch


TC maintains its well-deserved reputation as the go-to site for any entrepreneur looking to stay up to date on the latest startup news. Observing what other startups have accomplished will motivate you to get your startup listed on Techcrunch.


18. KISSmetrics


If you want to know how customers interact with your company or product, KISSmetrics is a must. The KISSmetrics blog keeps you up to date on user analytics innovations and covers a variety of topics ranging from user engagement to launch strategies to conversion. The well-written, easy-to-read content simplifies a technical topic for the average entrepreneur.


19. Quora


This website allows you to enter the minds of your customers as well as other entrepreneurs and innovators. Posing a question can result in answers that can solve some of your company's most difficult problems or simply allow you to consider other options.


20. Wall Street Journal


This website for The Wall Street Journal's renowned business and financial news giant has an entrepreneurship segment with a rich offering to the entrepreneurial community. The Journal covers a wide range of topics, from financing to franchising to management, and touches on every aspect of the entrepreneur's business. The founder interviews add a rich texture to the site, making it more than just a way to keep up with breaking news.