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Best Blogs For Every Startup To Follow

April 25, 2016

We’re all life’s students – always learning something new each way that enriches us. For those who are in the startup world, you’re going to a lot of advice along the way to find ways to better their companies. If you’re in need of inspiration, these blogs are must-reads.

venture hacks
Venture Hacks

With a tagline that says “Good advice for startups,” this blog was started by Babak Nivi and Naval Ravikant. Although it covers a range of topics that are startups can use, it’s more known for information on how to raise capital and the basics of starting a company with all of its ins-and-outs.

Steve Blank
Steve Blank

As a successful entrepreneur, Steve Blank has the knowledge to give advice to many. On his blog, he has personal reflections on events that go on in his life and walks readers through with how-to’s for all aspects of a business.

help scout
Help Scout

Help Scout is a company that powers more than 5,000 support teams around the world and has a mission to help others build a business that people will love. They take pride in bringing customer delight to everyone that they come across, and their blog has articles and blogs that teach about this art.

both sides of the table
Both Sides of the Table

Both Sides of the Table was started by Mark Suster – a successful entrepreneur turned venture capitalist. With his work experience, he has seen every business situation imaginable and has the expertise to advise others on smart choices to make. Suster is known for breaking down complicated ideas in terms that are much easier to understand.

wisebread
Wise Bread

Money is important for all companies to survive, so being able to make every dollar count is important. Wise Bread is a community of contributing writers and entrepreneurs who specialize in saving money, cutting costs, and budgeting wisely. No matter the size of your business, this blog has tips on how to manage finances and gives advice on how to make big moves while on a small budget.

 

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