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

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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?

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11 Answers

Peter Montgomery

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  will fast become one too...

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Gosia Slotala

Gosia Slotala , Marketing Manager at Shelcom Corporate Services

There is also:

Startupsmart.com.au

Socialmediatoday.com

openforum.com

Entrepreneur.com

Businessday.com.au

And many many more.

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Peter Jones

Peter Jones , Founder at LinkSmart

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 , Managing Director at Spring Into Sales

good suggestion!... read more
good suggestion!
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Malcolm Dawes

Malcolm Dawes , Managing Director at dta Worldwide

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 a... read more
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 :*** (.....
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William S

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

Google.com 

 

;)

Wendy Huang

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

have to agree there :)... read more
have to agree there :)
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Jenny Spring

Jenny Spring , Managing Director at Spring Into Sales

socialtriggers.com

startupsmart.com.au

waldowsocial.com

ejunkie.com

 

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Steve Osborne

Steve Osborne , director at Smarthinking

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/ 

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William S

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

Mashable and Techcrunch are brilliant.

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Tim Greig

Tim Greig , Owner at Green Galah Pty Ltd

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 :-)

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Jessica McGrath

Jessica McGrath , Marketing Consultant at Stoke Marketing

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

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