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13 Best Sites For Entrepreneurs To Read On Your Way To Work

 

 

What are the best sites for entrepreneurs to read on their way to work?

 

1. Umano

lawrence watkins“I recommend Umano to anyone who wants to keep up with the latest business news but doesn’t have the ability to read because he is driving. Umano is an app that delivers interesting news. I find myself waiting for the morning so that I can listen to the new stories that appear on its platform. They have partners like TechCrunch, PandoDaily and PBS.”

 

Lawrence Watkins, Great Black Speakers

 

 

2. Techmeme

Ben LangTechmeme is the best place to keep up to date with what’s going on in the tech world. If you check it daily, you’ll never miss the top stories in your field.”

 

Ben Lang, Mapped In Israel

 

3. BuzzFeed

Benish Shah“Start your day off with something that will spark a new idea in your head without stressing you out. BuzzFeed is perfect for that. I read it while drinking coffee. It usually makes me laugh, and then I analyze how a particular meme or video made it onto that list. It’s a creative way to understand strategy, and you can share it with your partners.”

 

Benish Shah, Vicaire NY

 

4. TMZ.com

Brittany Hodak“Although it may sound like a guilty pleasure, I believe TMZ.com, my favorite news site, is critical to being a good entrepreneur. It gives me a snapshot of relevant pop-culture events in under two minutes and allows me to keep up to date on the celebrity gossip that my employees and clients will probably be referencing on the job. Let’s face it, no CEO wants to seem uncool or out of touch!”

 

Brittany Hodak, ‘ZinePak

 

5. Inc.com

Andrew SchrageInc. offers tips and resources for virtually every aspect of entrepreneurship. Entrepreneurs who read Inc. can educate themselves on time management, social media marketing, how to negotiate, networking and small business finance.”

 

Andrew Schrage, Money Crashers Personal Finance

 

6. Newsle

Aaron SchwartzNewsle is a new site that gathers information on your network. You can see quickly who has been promoted, who has been published, and who has a press mention. An entrepreneur is only as good as her team, friends and support network. Keep them top-of-mind and be the first to congratulate them on achievements.”

 

Aaron Schwartz, Modify Watches

 

 

7. Fast Company and Forbes

Andy Karuza“To me, reading is about getting new ideas, staying on top of trends and learning from the experience of others. A website like Forbes typically has lots of great articles that are directly relevant to entrepreneurs and will ultimately help them make better, more productive decisions. “

 

Andy Karuza, brandbuddee

 

8. SaaStr

Robert-J.-Moore“As a B2B entrepreneur, I really enjoy the blog SaaStr. The blog is well-written, entertaining and contains extremely targeted content for people who operate SaaS businesses.”

 

Robert J. Moore, RJMetrics

 

9. TechCrunch

josh weiss“No other site will keep you more plugged into the startup world than TechCrunch.”

 

Josh Weiss, Bluegala

 

10. Business Insider

Rameet ChawlaBusiness Insider does a really good job of capturing a snapshot of all the events that have happened recently. I get its daily email, which summarizes the top 10 articles.”

 

Rameet Chawla, Fueled

 

11. PandoDaily and Inc.

Pablo Palatnik“I was recently introduced to PandoDaily and found it to be a great source of not only news, but also relevant stories on startups that you can relate to your own business, good coverage and good journalism. I would recommend anyone check that out, as well as Inc., which is an easy read and has some great tips for startups and small businesses alike. “

 

Pablo Palatnik, ShadesDaddy.com

 

 

12. Tech Cocktail

Heather HuhmanTech Cocktail is fantastic website for entrepreneurs. It provides articles about the latest trends in the startup world and advice about making the most of your business through the use of technology.”

 

Heather Huhman, Come Recommended

 

13. Reddit

Andrew-Saladino140Reddit’s tagline is “the front page of the Internet,” and depending on what subreddits you’re subscribed to, it can tell you absolutely everything going on in the world.”

 

Andrew Saladino, Just Bath Vanities

 

 

 

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Author : Young Entrepreneur Council

The Young Entrepreneur Council (YEC) is an invite-only organization comprised of the world's most promising young entrepreneurs. In partnership with Citi, YEC recently launched StartupCollective, a free virtual mentorship program that helps millions of entrepreneurs start and grow businesses.

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