There are an endless number of reasons why you should read blogs. The question of recommended blogs came up, which I took up in this week’s list. I have listed 6 blogs, which are mostly very good for the topics we like and therefore you should be very interested. Have fun while browsing!
Stanford Social Innovation Review
Stanford Social Innovation Review, SSIR for short, is an award-winning magazine and blog of the well-known Stanford University. SSIR’s slogan is informing and inspiring leaders of social change. SSIR combines academic theory and practice with ideas about social change and covers a wide range of topics. Alone that Stanford is behind the site promises sophisticated, informative and inspiring articles. In addition to daily blog contributions, you will also find podcasts or webinars.
Brainpickings is an ad-free blog that deals with a variety of topics. The author Maria Popova writes about art, design, science, technology, philosophy, history, politics, psychology, sociology, ecology, anthropology and more.
Pick the Brain
Pick the Brain is not a classic blog, which is run by only one or a few authors, but a project in which a whole community works. Pick the Brain with the subtitle Grow Yourself unites numerous specialist articles and blog contributions from the fields of motivation, psychology, philosophy, self-study, personal productivity, and writing.
The Smart Passive Income Blog
Smart Passive Income is all about passive income and how money can be earned on the Internet. On the blog, Pat reports on his experiences and how he successfully built up a passive income. On Pats Blog you will find numerous articles on the topic, instructions, and podcasts.
Web Search News
As the name suggests, Websearchnews is concerned with search engines, in particular, search engine optimization (SEO), search engine marketing (SEM) and social media marketing. The blog thus covers all topics that play an important role in search engine optimization.
Another readable blog for the search engine optimizer is the blog of Matt Cutts. Anyone who is a bit concerned with SEO will surely have heard this name. Matt Cutts is the current head of the Google Webspam team, giving you first-hand information about Google. But there are not just posts about SEO, the blog includes numerous other topics that are divided into 23 categories.
Conclusion on blogs you should read
Of course, this list of blogs is by no means complete, already on its own, because it can not cover all subject areas. There are plenty of other interesting and readable blogs from countless areas. At this point, it would be great if you would tell us about your favorite blog or other recommended blogs in English. So this list is hopefully extended by a few internet beads – very gladly also with blogs from other subject areas.