Business owners should always be learning. And in today’s world, things move quickly, so business owners need to stay abreast of the continually changing business landscape. Having blogs to read boosts learning. Learning keeps your brains sharp, helps spark inspiration, and keeps your skills up to date.
Luckily, there are millions of blog posts and articles on business out here on the internet. The problem isn’t enough information; the problem is finding the sources that can help you. I’ve got four blogs that can help anyone get better at the business below for you to dive into.
SCORE is an organization that provides low-cost financial and business advice to small business owners. Their blog is chock full of information, definitions, and business breakdowns that can help any small business owner. It’s a great place to start or a place to return to over your first few years in business. SCORE has the support of the Small Business Administration and often has in-person events across the country too.
As the title suggests, Noobpreneur is a blog is dedicated to helping the new entrepreneurs out there. With articles from small business owners who are going through the learning process to those who have solved their own business problems, you can find a variety of experiences here.
Social Media Examiner
Social media is a must for every small business today. It’s how clients find you and how you can promote your brand and services. But if you don’t understand the algorithms, the ads, and how to use each platform, social media won’t convert into dollars for your business. This blog has articles on all those things and more. If you’re looking to step up your social media game, this is a must-read blog.
I can honestly say as a freelancer and business owner, reading this blog has helped me learn many things! From personal finance to business tips to freelancing information, Due covers a wide range of financial and business topics. The articles are easy to digest and you can find one on just about any topic you have a question on.
It’s always a good idea to stay on top of trends and publications in your specific industry as well. Don’t waste your time learning about automobile parts if you’re working in home decor. To get better at the business you need to know your business inside and out. Stay informed, stay sharp, and get your business to where you want it to be.