Best Business Blogs by Bomen…I mean Women.


Fast Company wants to know the Best Female Business Bloggers. Most of the blogs I read are authored by men, but that’s certainly just due to the fact that more men blog in general, I think. Anyway, I’d be interested in knowing about great female business bloggers so I can check out their work. Hopefully there will be more of us in the future.

Comments (12)

  1. I would recommend Jennifer Rice’s blog "What’s Your Brand Mantra"

    http://brand.blogs.com/mantra

    I enjoy readding her blog.

  2. Sorry for the spelling. I wish blog comments had spell checkers! 🙂

  3. Steve Shu says:

    Since you are into marketing try Lip Sticking …

    http://windsormedia.blogs.com

    Also, Small Business Trends might be a good one …

    http://www.smallbusinesses.blogspot.com

  4. Adwait Ullal says:

    Heather:

    Joanna Rothman writes 2 blogs, one of which maybe of interest to you. It’s called "Hiring Technical People".

    The blog index can be found at http://www.jrothman.com/weblog/

    HTH

    – Adwait

  5. patag says:

    Why your blog of course!

  6. Heather says:

    patag…arne’t you sweet?

  7. paul says:

    Denise Howell’s Bag and Baggage is one of the best blogs!

    http://bgbg.blogspot.com/

  8. Brian Korzeniowski says:

    I hear Carly Fiorina (sp?) from HP has a GREAT blog on finding that new job! *lol*

  9. Brian — 🙂 Why she only got $21 Million for being fired!

  10. Brian Korzeniowski says:

    Chris – I hear ya dude! 🙂 Go figure – in a normal job, when you screw up your employer seems to try their darndest to crucify you. When you are a CEO, who brings DOWN the stock price, thereby hurting the bottom line of the company, they reward such actions with draining more cash from an already stressed bottom line. I’m in the wrong racket, that’s for sure! 🙂 *lol*

  11. Heather says:

    Oh please…let’s not start indicting companies for managing their businesses. Gimme a break.

  12. Tarzilla says:

    Those people looking for Spell Checkers for comments (Chris) there is a free plug-in for Internet Explorer at

    http://www.iespell.com/

    works great, just right click on the comment box and choose "Check Spelling"

    (I just used it to spell check this comment) 🙂