Wendy Huang
Wendy Huang, Full Time Blogger and YouTuber at A Custom Blog in 4 Minutes

Asked this question - Growing and scaling

What are your favourite business websites?

I'd love to find out what your favourite business websites are! Mine of course is SavvySME :)!! But there are a few other websites I love to visit to get my content from:

Dynamic Business

TED.com (amazing videos)

Techcrunch

Mashable

Flying Solo

...and one of my new favourite blogs: Bakadesuyo

What websites do you visit on a regular basis?

User

11 Answers

Peter Montgomery

Peter Montgomery, Owner at The Peter Montgomery Show
Answered

Hi Wendy,

Just set up my profile. I like what you've set up here. Very cool.

Some of my favourite sites would be 

http://www.sethgodin.com 

http://www.copyblogger.com/blog/ 

And I reckon http://www.savvysme.com.au will fast become one too...

User
Gosia Slotala

Gosia Slotala, Owner at Shelcom Corporate Services
Answered

There is also:

Startupsmart.com.au

Socialmediatoday.com

openforum.com

Entrepreneur.com

Businessday.com.au

And many many more.

User
Peter Jones

Peter Jones, Founder at LinkSmart
Answered

Hi,

For my business, mine would have to be www.freelancer.com.au it has saved my business thousands of dollars

Jenny Spring

Jenny Spring, Owner at Spring Into Sales

good suggestion!

User
Malcolm Dawes

Malcolm Dawes, Managing Director at dta Worldwide
Answered

I agree with Wendy that TED.com is a great source of a whole range of interesting presentations.  For me, Linked In (www.linkedin.com) is invaluable.  If used properly it can bring you a network of contacts and business leads.  It also gives opportunity for you to get information, help and support.

Wendy Huang

Wendy Huang, Full Time Blogger and YouTuber at A Custom Blog in 4 Minutes

I also love how LinkedIn has implemented the article's from some really influential people from around the world. I can spend hours reading those articles. We are hoping to create the same vibe using SavvySME, except that anyone can become a influential person through their articles! I can't even remember the number of hours that I have spent on TED, even if it's just listening to the videos while doing other things - there is nothing that can lift my spirits more. Best 10 minutes to spend every morning. My favourite is this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N2QZM7azGoA&feature=player_embedded Made me cry :*** (.....

User
Uttam Jha

Uttam Jha, Owner at Tyche Infotech Pty Ltd
Answered

User
William S

William S, Digital Marketing and Junior SEO Consultant at Pixel Capital
Answered

Google.com 

 

;)

Wendy Huang

Wendy Huang, Full Time Blogger and YouTuber at A Custom Blog in 4 Minutes

have to agree there :)

User
Jenny Spring

Jenny Spring, Owner at Spring Into Sales
Answered

socialtriggers.com

startupsmart.com.au

waldowsocial.com

ejunkie.com

 

User
Steve Osborne

Steve Osborne, Owner at Smarthinking
Answered

From a predominantly marketing perspective, here are a few I like:

Small Business Info  – http://sbinformation.about.com/MarketingProfs – masses of info, great forums – http://www.marketingprofs.com/ The Ad Contrarian – irreverrant views – http://adcontrarian.blogspot.com.au/ 

User
William S

William S, Digital Marketing and Junior SEO Consultant at Pixel Capital
Answered

Mashable and Techcrunch are brilliant.

User
Tim Greig

Tim Greig, Owner at Green Galah Pty Ltd
Answered

Is this a question to help you direct your marketing efforts Wendy?! Seriously though, Harvard Business Review, Entrenepreur.com, TED. There are a few gems amongst the sea of mediocrity :-)

User
Jessica McGrath

Jessica McGrath, Marketing Consultant at Stoke Marketing
Answered

I like the articles in Forbes.com and great tips and ideas on SocialMediaExaminer.com

User