Though aimed at youngsters, Epic Launch has useful resources for entrepreneurs of all ages. Standout post: Launching A Startup? Choose Where First
Union Square Ventures partner Fred Wilson's daily blog posts personal and business
insights. Standout post: Sales Leads on a Small Budget
Business Owner's Toolkit
A veritable how-to guide for entrepreneurs, thissite serves up no-nonsense advice for
running a business. Standout post: Selling Your Business & Tax Implications
Ex Post Facto
Tomasz Tunguz, a principal at Redpoint Ventures,offers short, punchy posts which make for
easily digestible resources. Standout Post: The Compounding Returns of Content Marketing
A slick site for women with the entrepreneur bug, but its downloadable tools (think business plan outlines and contracts) makes this a must-visit for all.
This is Going to be Big
With an archive stretching back to 2004, the Brooklyn Bridge Ventures founder Charlie O'Donnell writes about sales, hiring, the venture business, startup communities and New York. Standout Post: The Hook: The Most Important Part of the Pitch
Chock full of small business advice, this site offers tips on topics ranging from SEO to office etiquette. Standout post: 5 SEO Bare Minimums For The Busy Business Owner
Above the Crowd
Bill Gurley, a partner at Benchmark Capital, offers VC insight into a wide range of startup topics. Standout post: What Is Really Happening To The Venture Capital Industry?
Paul Graham’s aptly named "Essays" features highly-polished treatises on the idiosyncrasies of seed-stage companies, cultural trends or personal habits. The Y Combinator founder has a knack for making counterintuitive arguments that quickly become accepted wisdom in Silicon Valley and beyond. Standout Post: Do Things That Don’t Scale
The new brainchild of Twitter cofounder Ev Williams, Medium is a stylish blogging platforms
filled with timed reads on life and careers, with first-person insights from entrepreneurs. Standout post: The Risk Not Taken
Investor Ben Horowitz starts each of his blog postswith a rap lyric, often explicit but somehow relevant to the topic at hand. Horowitz is most comfortable—and helpful—when opining on
career development, hiring and culture. Standout Post: Making Yourself a CEO (For more
entrepreneurial rap tips from FORBES, read 10 Startup Tips From Hip-Hop Lyrics.)
The Boss Network
A community of entrepreneurial women who support each other through conversation, online and event-based networking.
The Entrepreneurial Mind
This blog by Dr. Jeff Cornwall offers video interviews with entrepreneurs and a range of downloadable resources.
A Smart Bear
Jason Cohen's dispenses marketing and startup advice to over 40,000 subscribers a month. Standout post: The Unprofitable SaaS Business Model Trap.
America's SBDC blog
America's Small Business Development Center blogpresents friendly lessons from founders who have been there and done that.
Startup Company Lawyer
Necessary legal advice for startups presented through posts that answer common questions. Both Sides Of The Table
Upfront Ventures partner Mark Suster's blog runs the gamut from sales strategies
to fundraising, industry analysis and startup culture. Standout Post: 8 Tips to Get the Most
Out of Your Investors
Escape From Cubicle Nation
An inspirational blog from a founder who left an office job for entrepreneurship. Brazen Life
Aimed at young professionals, Brazen Life'sEntrepreneurship section offers easily-digestible tips for founders.
Small Business Labs
This site tracks trends to predict the future for SMEs, offering several reports and studies for
All Things D
This tech news site also reports on media goings-on - essential information for coders. Smarta
This British site offers tips relevant to entrepreneurs worldwide.
August Capital's Dave Hornik dispenses insights as a seasoned VC. Standout post: Want To
Get Funded? Get An Introduction
Practise Trumps Theory
Ash Maurya's blog on entrepreneurship covers a range of topics, with particularly useful information on business plans.
Reddit's community offer substantitive advice on startup life. Business Opportunitiies Weblog
Filled wtih bizarre businesses and new ideas, thissite is bound to provide inspiration for entrepreneurs starting out or seeking to pivot.
This marketing blog is full of general pearls of wisdom readily applicable to startups.
Entrepreneur Andrew Chen offers a newsletter and blog filled with essays on founding. Crunchbase
This go-to site for funding information is something of a history book for startups, cataloguing rounds raised and leadership changes, amonth other moves. Duct Tape Marketing
This blog hopes to help you stitch together a successful marketing strategy. Entrepreneur.com
Offering a mix of busienss news and strategy,entrepreneur.com is a useful tab for founders. Entrepreneurship.org
Entrepreneurship.org offers a bunch of resources on accounting, marketing and business operations.
Founder of accelerator 500 Startups, Dave McClure's blog covers entrepreneurship in a
This site covers seed/angel funding, venture capital and private equity rounds - necessary industry information for those keeping tabs.
Federal Trade Commission - Franchise and Business Opportunities Rule
All the legalities involved with buying a franchise.
Founding your own company can be difficult.Freelancers Union is a non-profit that provides health insurance and service information for people who are their own boss. Harvard Business Review Blogs
A wonderful resource from the MBA mecca with regular posts on a range of entrepreneurial topics.
Kaufman's esoteric musings offer a wealth of take-aways for entrepreneurs. Hacker News
This reddit for techies posts news related to coding and entrepreneurship. Run by incubator Y Combinator, it's a great insiders' source.
Author and entrepreneur Jonathan Fields blogsfirst-person insights with inspirational take-aways.
If you're operating a website, knowing your userbase is critical. KISSmetric goes beyond
Google Analytics to show you, and with a 14-day free trial, it's worth a go. Blog Maverick
Billionaire Dallas Maverick's owner Mark Cuban writes blog posts in his distinct, no-nonsense tone.
Microsoft Small Business Hub
Stocked with learning resources, videos and newsletters, Microsoft's Small Business
Hub offers useful support for entrepreneurs.
Ben Yoskovitz takes a straight-talking, oft-humorous approach to entrepreneurial life. Noobpreneur
Despite its amusing portmanteau name,Noobpreneur has some valuable small business tips for readers.
National Association for the Self-Employed With news and benefits for the self-employed,NASE could be a useful resource for founderst starting out.
By entrepreneurs, for entrepreneurs, Mixergyoffers insightful interviews with established founders.
The New York State Society of CPAs
This site's accounting terminology guide is a useful reference tool for anyone setting up their
If sunshine and cupcakes decided to write a business blog, it'd be Marie Forleo's. Expect
easily-digestible tips for a better entrepreneurial life. ReadWrite
Full of blog posts addressing cultural aspects of starting up. Standout post: How To Deal With
The Psychological Toll Of Starting Up
The U.S. Small Business Administration's site offers news and advices for SME owners. RocketWatcher
This startup marketing blog offers a step-by-step guide to getting your startup out there. QuickSprout
SEO advice for startups from entrepreneurial traffic king Neil Patel. Seth Godin
Entrepreneur-turned-author Seth Godin is well-known for public speaking on marketing, ideas and inspiration.
With both virtual and off-line workshops, Scoreoffers a mentoring service for entrepreneurs. Stack Overflow
A Quora for coders, this question and answer siteis ideal for programmers attempting to solve bugs.
SaaStr touts itself as "a curiously famous blog on products people pay for," and offers plenty
of insight for web entrepreneurs looking to monetize. Startup Lessons Learned
Originator of the Lean Startup movement, Eric Ries'blog approaches the entrepreneurship with his ideology.
The Startup Donut
This British site offers a range of tools and articles applicable to founders on both sides of the
This tech news site focuses on Silicon Valley and startups.
Begun as "the unofficial web guide to Facebook" in 2007, the Startup Meme now covers the
websites, apps, and startup news.
Offers advice on scaling businesses with helpful posts on a range of topics. TED
Though not directly related to entrepreneurship,TED talks can be fruitful inspiration for entrepreneurs.
Global Small Business Blog
It's never too early to start thinking about scale: this site calls itself "the definitive blog for entrepreneurs and small businesses interested in going global." The Funded
Over 18,000 CEOs, founders and entrepreneurs use The Funded to discuss fundraising, rate investors and discuss startup strategies.
Regular postings of tech startups, news and resources.
The Art Of Running A Small Business
This New York Times' small business blog is a great source for founders.
Following the right people can make your Twitteraccount a veritable treasure trove of tips. Read 25 Entrepreneurs To Follow On Twitter for more.
How To Change The World
Guy Kawasaki's blog covers a range of topics. His posts on management, pitching and human capital will be of particular interest to entrepreneurs. Young Upstarts
Young Upstarts hosts plenty of information on entrepreneurship, intrapreneurship, ideas, innovation, and small business for all ages.
Your Success Now
The posts on this business blog hope to supercharge the careers of entrepreneurs in every industry.
With daily content on women in technology, Women 2.0 has made its mission to increase the number of female founders of tech startups with inspiration, information and education.
Danny Brown's marketing blog offers insight on social media and influencers. Under 30 CEO
Invaluable advice for the young CEO.
Noah Kagan's OkDork takes a personal look at the decisions entrepreneurs face.
Brogan's Human Business Works newsletter hopes to herald a "personal business revolution."
Instapaper founder Marco Arment offers industry insight through his blog.
Stanford University's Entreprenurship Corner offers 2,000 free videos and podcasts -- fantastic free resources for any founder.
This startup newsletter claims to provide localized information for entrepreneurs. One Million By One Million
Sramana Metra covers entrepreneurship from all angles, tackling big data, founder journeys and tech news through posts and videos.
This blog hopes to cultivate the spirit of entrepreneurship within by focusing on one's own personal growth - something time-starved founders might benefit from. Bloomberg Businessweek: Small Business News Bloomberg's Small Business News keeps founders up to date on goings on.
While not directly related to startup life, The Economist's authoritative commentary makes it a must-read for any business person.
Though TechCrunch occasionally verges on startup cheerleader, it posts much of SIlicon Valley's tech news.
Inc. magazine's startup section is a useful resource for news and entrepreneurial tips. Fast Company
The blog of the forward-thinking business magazine covers topics from design to leadership tips, some of which will be of interest to entrepreneurs.