Home Based Business Momhttp://homebasedbusinessmom.com/
If you are a stay at home mother or father, follow this blog to see how this blogger made a career while being at home. The Internet is a powerful tool and the bloggers here share tons of information about working from home.
Coaching Tip: The Leadership Bloghttp://coachingtip.blogs.com/
While this blog is not maintained by women, it is primarily concerned with leadership tactics and there are numerous posts of interest regarding women, leadership and the challenges businesswomen face from the other side of the glass ceiling.
Beyond the Glass Ceilinghttp://michelemartin.typepad.com/beyondtheglassceiling/
This blog is designed to help women develop their careers. It offers advice from planning and strategy to resolving and preventing workplace issues.
Penelope Trunk is a best-selling author and CEO of Brazen Careerist, a career networking company. She began her life after college as a professional beach volleyball player. Somehow and lucky for us, her journey led her from launching three software start-ups to a writing career advice column that runs in 200 newspapers -- plus this very blog, considered to be the absolute number one career blog.
Tips and Trickshttp://www.tipsandtricks-hq.com/
The name says it all. Tips and Tricks features articles to help you stay a float during the first weeks of your affiliate campaign. What most important here is not only the massive number of articles available, but the honesty and the depth of knowledge that the Tips and Tricks team have on all internet marketing related topics. Tips and Tricks doesn't try to be fancy, and makes an effort to stick to the simple tactics that make successful marketing campaigns. Here's a thorough breakdown of how to increase your sales page's conversion rate 10 Tips to Increase Your Sales Page Conversion
Covering the low down, often dirty news and gossip of the affiliate marketing scene, Nick Cakes is the TMZ of the affiliate blog world. Its a little low on the celebrity stalking and focuses more on nerdy superstars who are also pretty well paid.
Almost anything goes on this blog. From tech discussion, to a one sided discussion about the LOST series finale, and job placements Uber Affiliate is an interesting read and a welcome change from event coverage, and start-up kit sales.
Bryn might be a baby faced affiliate marketer, but he has some pretty grownup ideas about making serious money in this industry. His expertise is regularly featured in more traditional print and online outlets so his words hold some weight.
President of Surge Marketing, Jonathan's personal blog covers all topics business and affiliate marketing related. From profiles of successful entrepreneurs to tidbits of industry insider info and personal thoughts. Jonathan, an entrepreneur since the age of seven, uses the blog to share his stories and vision.
Tyler is a Canadian blogger, entrepreneur, and affiliate marketer living in British Columbia. He's managed to piece together a very comfortable life for himself through the Internet and his various web-based ventures. The blog chronicles the day-to-day operations of web-based small businesses including blogging tips, affiliate marketing, inspirational and motivational posts, contests and competitions, guest posts, in-depth articles, reviews, and occasional personal posts.
Liz Strauss at Successful Bloghttp://www.successful-blog.com/
This blog, written by Liz Stauss with some guest bloggers sets out to show small and new business owners how to do things just a little bit differently. In addition, she uses thought-provoking articles that make you think about your own business in a new and exciting way.
Going through the motions of classes, assignments, and exams can grow taxing for myriad reasons. One of the primary causes of the ennui, however, is the feeling that what you're learning takes place in a vacuum. Blogs like AVC help demonstrate the practicality and benefit of b-school lessons in the real world. The site focuses on venture capitalism, an extremely important topic for contemporary business. Students who read this often will unsurprisingly become the envy of their classrooms.