After enlisting the 5 top women bloggers who have been inspiring us since our early days by their views and writing, on International Women’s Day, I salute 5 more women bloggers who inspired us to become a better blogger and continue to influence the blogosphere at large.
Here are 5 more blogs you need to read (in no particular order)
She is passionate about helping parents succeed as entrepreneurs, parents, and in life. I first got to know about Wendy when she won a free Elite Retreat ticket. Blogging away at eMoms at Home, she doles out free outstanding advice on a host of issues very useful in everyday life and blogging.
Offers her readers a regular dose of tips, tricks, hacks, guides, links and reviews to help you work with freedom, create a better blog and lead a richer life. Outstanding original writing is spreading her influence on her blog Skelliewag, on Anywired, as a staff writer at ProBlogger.net, and as editor of Freelance Switch.
She is a popular corporate and CEO blogging consultant and author of The Corporate Blogging Book. Writing breaking newsy stuff, with interesting critical observations, she is an influential voice on business blogging. Find her buzzing around BlogWrite For CEOs.
Well known as Vice President and co-owner of one of the largest blog networks b5media, she can be found blogging everything about ‘creative geek living’ on ShaiCoggins.com and there is interesting content for everyone to enjoy.
She is co-founder and editor-in-chief of The Huffington Post, a news and blog site that is one of the most widely-read and cited media brands on the Internet sitting at top in Technorati. Recognized in Time Magazine’s list of the world’s 100 most influential people, she is an major voice in the political blogging scenario. If politics is your game, thats where you go.
There are still hundreds of wonderful women bloggers out there that influence us. This is my personal list of 5 women bloggers who influenced us. Post a comment about women bloggers that influence your blog?
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