BMighty has published a list of its picks for best blogs for smaller businesses. There are lots of such lists on the Web, but this one is different, for two reasons.
First, it contains some unusual choices, and not the usual suspects. For instance, on it you’ll find such sites as Search Engine Land, co-founded by Danny Sullivan a well known name in search engine circles. The topic is so niche-y it’s not one you’d automatically associate with small businesses. Another site on the list is the Wall Street Journal Business Technology blog — not everything on that site relates to small businesses, but it’s good solid information.
The other reason this list is unusual is that it’s formatted as a “slideshow.”
Actually the slideshow consists of a series of pages with an image and short description and paginated navigation that just feels like a slideshow. Presenting it this way makes it easier to concentrate on each blog separately as you read about it.
Small Business Trends is the third blog on the list, right after Guy Kawasaki’s How to Change the World. Congratulations, also, for making the list to online friends John Jantsch’s Duct Tape Marketing blog and Professor Jeff Cornwall’s Entrepreneurial Mind.
Congratulations Anita. It is good to see you are going from strength to strength. Well deserved.
The slide show was quite good although it seems my computer was slow today as some took a while to load. Thanks for bringing these different blogs to our attention as it does save time looking for them.
I find lists like this inspiration because it introduces me to some great blogs and shows me just how far I have to go with my Business Coaching blog.
“Maybe one day I will make it into someone’s Top 100” he sighed wistfully.
Congratulations! I had the same problems with my computer as Susan, so I had to click manually on the different pages.
congrats, Anita! That’s fantastic!!!
Congrats! It must feel really great to be recognized by fellow bloggers. You deserve it.
Congrats Anita! This blog deserves it.
Theron @ Schmoozii Business Networking Community
Congratulations on making the list.