There are a lot of women bloggers around the world wide web, but some women bloggers rule the blogosphere by their views and writing, influencing the blogosphere at large. On International Women’s Day, I salute these 5 women bloggers who inspired me when this blog started a few years back.
Here they are (in no particular order)…
She is the founding editor of Lifehacker, which was one of the first blogs I started reading since its early days, and Gina has pushed LH to be one of the most popular blogs ever. It has a daily dose of everything from life hacks to your geeky adventures. Send her a tip, and wait for the news to circulate…
When I switched from blogger to wordpress, one blog consistently guided me through my newbie wordpress steps. Meet Lorelle on WordPress, queen of wordpress, whose useful tips and tricks on everything WordPress will help you become a better wordpress blogger. Also blogging on BlogHerald.
She blogs infrequently, but when she does, it is the most authoritative analysis of contextual text advertising on the web anywhere. Wait for Google adsense or Yahoo Publisher Network to modify a policy… and await the JenSense take on the issue. I have never been disappointed, and learnt a lot about the finer clauses.
She is successfully blogging on the Successful blog and recognizing SOB’s (Successful and Outstanding Bloggers). Possibly the most influential relational blogger, by recognizing good content, she has a fan following of SOB’s. When this blog was taking its early stumbling steps, she inspired me to be worthy of the SOB award.
You just need to keep track of eHub to know whats happening around web 2.0. For years, its continues as an amazing Web 2.0 resource regularly updated with the latest buzz. Follow ehub and you will never miss a new tool or service.
I know there are hundreds of wonderful women bloggers out there and many more influence us now. This is my personal list of 5 women bloggers who have influenced continued to inspire us since this blog started.
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