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30+ Best Marketing And Tech Blogs To Follow In 2017 – Part 3

The universe of tech blogs is vast!

One of the reasons for it is an inescapable fact: people interested in technology spend hours and hours time with computers, so there’s no surprise why a Web-based medium is so wildly popular.

Just notice how many more tech blogs there are than, say, blogs about home remodeling or sailing! And, surprise, surprise there are even more tech blogs than blogs dedicated to cute kittens.

So, in the ocean of opportunities, the question becomes more difficult than ever: Which of all of these tech blogs are worth your time?

To help answer that, the following list surveys the very best

Best Tech Blogs To Read

1) DataLink SEO

Datalink SEO blog is a great resource for those who are data-driven and want to learn more about digital marketing.

2) Near Me

Marketplace Platform is an up and coming blog aiming to be a thought leader in the digital marketplace industry. Collaborations with industry leaders and sharing experiences is what you’ll find.
MonkeyData blog is a place for SMBs inspiration. The blog covers current e-commerce topics with a focus on analytics, explain what matters and why, and give advice on how to turn weaknesses into strengths.
V8Media is a web development and online marketing agency with a human touch. Our team of web solutions experts and internet marketing specialists provide a balanced approach to your project, which always delivers the best possible results.

Trellis is a full service strategy, web design, software implementation, and marketing services company – thus their blog is a gold mine of handful information in the industry.

 6) Selro
The technology advancements are constantly growing in this modernized world class e-commerce market, simultaneously there have been many retail stores going live. In fact, the Multi-Channel Selling Platform is providing a great opportunity and ample of scope to online retailers or sellers. Listing Tool Management allows the retail store owners to list their products across different market places, social media channels and make them visible from one place thus there would be a drastic increase in sales outcome.

A blog/collective of resources, links, reviews, articles, and other Internet-based artifacts pertinent to web development, database development, and related technologies – with special focus on coding, devices, advanced networking, and the Internet of Things (IoT). (Published by Codango Labs).

8) Mindstick

Top news about newest technologies, innovative solutions and ways to make more out of your business. Mindstick is a great example of their experience and awesome software development they offer.

9) NewsOrator

A Online Blogging Hub, Sharing information about How to Start Blog and Make Money Online from Different Way. Also Get Best Reviews of Hosting Services, WordPress Plugins and Online Software as well as Get information content of SEO, Social Media Tips, Technology update and Interviews.

10) Cryptocurency Bank MLM (CCBM)

Fastest-growing, cryptocurrency network in the world backed by state-of-the-art hardware and software systems developed to provide speed, security, and reliability.

11) Ontraport

The ONTRAPORT blog is packed with in-depth, step-by-step information on topics including email marketing, landing pages, marketing campaigns, CRM and marketing automation all aimed to support entrepreneurs and small business marketers in growing their business.

12) Takis Athanassiou

Another amazing blog by Takis, European-based e-Business & e-Learning consultant. In his blog, he is sharing ideas, strategies and approaches for leadership, strategy, operations, marketing, social media, and productivity.

13) Wigzo

People at Wigzo respect individuality and aim to build a global network free from spam and so does their blog. The soul idea is to personalize every message that reaches the society.

14) Top Tech Analyst

Your daily dose of latest Tech news, views and reviews. Top Tech Analyst brings you latest tech news, views, reviews and updates on Technology trends from around the world.

15) TechiNews24
TechiNews24.com is a technology blogging platform. Here you can read reviews and news on the different types of laptops, mobiles, computers, gadgets and electronics items etc. To read the latest technology news Techinews24.com is the perfect for you.

16) Niche Site Project

Niche Site Project is all about SEO, productivity, project management, and niche sites. Read it for some awesome advice.

17 ) Kathryn Elizabeth Jones

A published writer since 1987, I have published various newspaper and magazine articles for teens and adults. She manages her blog where she writes about news in her industry. She also takes on clients who need help with publishing their books in terms of editing, cover design and more.

18) Tim Lorang Consulting

Inbound marketing, content creation, and social media outreach are practical, online strategies that are available to everyone, from businesses to solopreneurs. Tim’s blog is written from the perspective of someone who had to figure it out while he was building his business.

19) Vitis PR

PR blog with tips and tricks on how to gain exposure for your technology brand.

20) DigitalCrafts

Want to learn more about software and code in general? DigitalCrafts is the best-reviewed coding bootcamp in Georgia and Texas, and often publishes tutorials in addition to servicing their consumer and corporate training clients.

21) Grammar Chic

Founded in 2008, Grammar Chic, Inc. is a full-service content writing company that publishes The Red Ink, a blog focused on offering audiences easy-to-implement content writing and marketing tips, tactics, and techniques.

22) Workiva

The Workiva blog covers company advancements, opinions on trends in technology and regulations, promotes upcoming user conferences, The Exchange Community, and more. Their Tech blog was created to share some of Workviva’s ideas, technologies, and concepts that they apply in their offices every day. It’s a place to start meaningful conversations, spur ideas for fellow engineers and developers across all industries, and discuss some of Workviva’s methodologies.

Make mobile moments magic: get mobile-first digital marketing strategies and insights from experts at the world’s leading mobile engagement solution.

24) Psyborg

psyborg® is a design studio passionate about using the latest tools to build brands and business. Founded by Daniel Borg, Daniel combines creativity and design thinking in an efficient and engaged client process. It’s a cool blend of engineering know-how and creative design. He positions this as part mind | part machine and he loves doing it so much that he regularly posts video’s and blogs about helping business thrive and grow through creativity and design thinking!

25) Gold Mind Digital
Do you want actionable integrated marketing strategies and tactics to grow your business? Drive results and reach your business goals with our blog!

26) Beeketing

Beeketing offers professional marketing solutions for businesses who need that extra push. Their eCommerce Blog packed with real and useful information about marketing for eCommerce, conversion rate optimization, best eCommerce apps reviews and more.

27) Checkealos

User Experience Blog to give you the necessary tools to define, plan, execute and measure the usability and user experience of any Ecommerce in the easiest way.

28) Chorally

Chorally blog covers company advancements, opinions on trends in social customer service, CRM chatbot, brand monitoring, promotes upcoming user conferences, and more. Their blog was created to share some of Chorally’s ideas, technologies, and concepts that they apply in their offices every day.

29) Floship

Top blog for eCommerce professionals and Crowdfunders (on Kickstarter and Indiegogo) at all skill levels and all learning styles. Learn how get your products in the hands of customers around the world by optimizing your crowdfunding and e-commerce shipping.
The dedicated team covers the technological advancements and news related to Prestashop, Magento, OpenCart, Shopify and other. With an emphasis on the easy accomplishment of customer engagement and conversion rate optimization, the blogs provide a roundup of all the eCommerce aspects with smart Kindly review and share your feedback.

Fora Financial is a working capital provider to small business owners nationwide. The Fora Financial blog covers topics pertaining to small businesses including finances, marketing, technology and much more.

 

32) Localytics

Localytics Mobile Engagement blog is your go-to resource for all things mobile app marketing. Stay up to date with the latest mobile news, trends, and best practices so that you can create meaningful relationships with your customers on the device they frequent most often.

33) RT Insights

RTInsights.com is an independent, expert-driven web resource focused on helping senior business and IT professionals accelerate their business with real-time insights. Our technology coverage includes Internet of Things (IoT), real-time analytics, big data, industry insights, and enabling technologies such as cloud, decision management, edge computing, streaming analytics, machine learning and any other critical technologies for operating your business in real-time.

34) Red C

As one of London’s leading app development agencies, Red C are experts at providing mobile solutions. Since 2007, they have built long-term relationships with a range of SME’s and corporates by helping to meet their business goals and refine their processes with detailed user research and design-led development. The Red C blog covers a range of insightful tech content from tips on the best practices to what we think of the latest industry news.

35) SecurionPay
SecurionPay Blog covers must-know payments and fintech news and provides a free knowledge base, known as the SecurionPay Academy, for all who want to learn how to accept seamless payments on their website and provide the best payment experience.

36) Boomtrain
Boomtrain blog is a one-stop destination for all things Digital Marketing and Artificial Intelligence. You can find tips and tricks to improve performance metrics across your marketing channels.<

37) Fincyte
Fincyte is a business blog focuses on latest small business trends, news and insights. It is a perfect platform for entrepreneurs and business professionals to read latest trends on finance, management, marketing and technology.

38) Rieback & David

Chriss David is the “David” half of the dynamic duo of Rieback & David.  She has worked in digital marketing and advertising as well as higher education for 20 years.
Chriss is passionate about making a difference in this world and professes to do this by helping everyone that crosses her path and blogs.  Founded by Michelle Rieback and Chriss David, Rieback & David blend right and left brain thinking and creativity becoming digital engineers. Their passion for helping businesses learn and grow is evident in the information they share and the work they produce.  Are you looking to learn about SEO, digital ads or why a website matters?  Think you can’t compete? Talk with Chriss about her David & Goliath theory and how even the smallest business can compete with the big guys in the digital world.

39) The Blogger City

The Blogger City is a place you can find the high-quality Content from various sectors and rich, interactive multimedia storytelling. And we offer to you a large content of articles, stories, interviews of famous personalities and inspirational stories from top leading media networks across the world. So, you can Read, watch, engage, participate with us. and on this journey with the blogger city, you can explore new territory, gather information and expand your mind.

40) Whatagraph

Killer blog content with tips, tricks, lists of proven tactics and quick ideas to help your marketing grow.

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30+ Best Marketing And Tech Blogs To Follow In 2017 – Part 2

The universe of tech blogs is vast!

One of the reasons for it is an inescapable fact: people interested in technology spend hours and hours time with computers, so there’s no surprise why a Web-based medium is so wildly popular.

Just notice how many more tech blogs there are than, say, blogs about home remodeling or sailing! And, surprise, surprise there are even more tech blogs than blogs dedicated to cute kittens.

So, in the ocean of opportunities, the question becomes more difficult than ever: Which of all of these tech blogs are worth your time?

To help answer that, the following list surveys the very best

Best Tech Blogs To Read

1) Network Security Blog
Longtime blogger Martin McKeay holds forth on spammers, hackers, black-hatters, and the good IT folks who work to keep them at bay.

2) Current School News

Currentschoolnews is a subsidiary school news portal with an aim of providing useful and valuable information about Higher Institutions, Scholarships, Study-abroad, Jobs, Sport, Tech, Health and much more to students at all levels of education – Undergraduate, Masters, Doctoral and Post-doctoral levels.

3) Simple Intelligent Systems
Get latest insights, tips and advice on wide range of topics such as Web Designing, Digital Marketing, News & trends and more. The goal of the publication is to create actionable content that inspires anyone who has started a business or is willing to grow their business on web universe.

4) Brian Krebs’s Security Fix
Backed by the reporting chops of the Washington Post, Security Fix is a deep and widely inclusive resource. Very well done.

5) MediaWorld Global

A blog focusing on the science and benefits of using SEO website content. Why you need it, how to create it without it costing an arm and a leg, and the results you can expect from it.

6) Technobeep

Technobeep is a great blog and resource for everything technology news; from gadgets, apps, softwares, tools, company reviews, startup organization, mobile, hosting, web dev, and even getting started with the basics.

7) Microsoft Security Response Center
All the bulletins and updates you’ll need (or at least most of them) for Microsoft security vulnerabilities. Sign up for a notification so you don’t need to check in regularly.

8) Danger Room
National security coverage written and reported with a high profile reputation. I’ve even heard the Pentagon keeps on eye on this blog.

9) Tao Security
The personal blog of Richard Bejtlich, director of incident response for General Electric. He gets around and knows how to share his insights.

10) Logojoy

Logojoy is one of the world’s leading online logo makers, with 30,000 unique visitors passing through its website every day. Using AI and unique technologies, Logojoy provides the user with a fully guided experience to be creative, allowing them to create their own logo without the assistance of a graphic designer.

11) AgilOne

AgilOne is a leading Customer Data Platform company. The passion that drives them is to help enterprise B2C brands omni-channel customer data so they can engage with their customer authentically and optimize lifetime value.

12) Tech Desigh
A place to know latest android app & tech tips for everyone.

13) Nogentech.org
The latest technology blog for its visitors. 
A collection of contents and useful resources related to SEO, online tech, marketing tips, gadget reviews.

14) Matt Cutts: Gadgets, Google and SEO
Cutts, a former software engineer and head of Google’s Webspam team, covers a lot of Internet-related issues along with a smattering of personal tech.

15) Esther Dyson
Describing herself as the “Internet’s court jester,” Dyson blogs about Web business and social media, among other topics.

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16) Dan’s Cartoons

Dan Rosandich profiles the cartooning business and world of cartoons.

17) TechLila

TechLila covers unique topics related to Android, Windows, and technology. The main goal of TechLila is to provide unique information, such as quality tips and tricks, tutorials and how-to guides.

18) OpsGenie

OpsGenie is an alerting and incident response orchestration platform which provides reliable alerts, on-call schedules, and escalation policies to ensure the right people are notified about any alert event via email, SMS, phone calls, iOS & Android push notifications and chat/collaboration tools. Through their tool and blog, OpsGenie empowers and teaches DevOps teams to stay connected and collaborate in real-time to respond to problems faster and efficiently.

19) Glanceinfo.com

Glaceinfo is a unique blog about social networking, gadgets, technology, blogging tips and much more. This blog provides latest updates on various modern products and gadgets.

20) WorldBank’s Section About Latin America

We live in the land of plenty and high-tech marvels, but we need to be mindful of those less fortunate, explains Gloria Hernandez from Aesbus. Latin America is gaining marketing attention more and more, but it’s important to understand the politics and culture of these emerging markets. So, although this is not technically a marketing blog, it does provide a look into global financial aspects of new market segments.

With a mission to “end extreme poverty within a generation and boost shared prosperity,” the World Bank blogs provide research and data analysis on international financial markets, developing country entrepreneurship, and government leadership and decision-making that impact economic growth, poverty reduction, and the quality of people’s lives. The range and depth of topics and the impressive list of collaborative bloggers ensure an insightful treatise of current issues that are playing out daily across communities worldwide.

21) Merixstudio

On Merixstudio’sblog you can read about software house’s everyday live, cutting-edge technologies, and web development. They cover topics such as startups and hiring developers. And believe me, it’s not everything! They even won the best company blog title in 2015 in the Polish contest organized by Blogifirmowe.com.

22) Jeet Banerjee

Jeet Banerjee is a 24 year old serial entrepreneur, author, digital marketing consultant, and public speaker. In his young career, Jeet has launched several different companies, written two books, and has helped many businesses make more money from the internet. He strives to create the next big tech company and give back to the world in the best way possible.

23) Elise Dopson

Awesome blog run by Elise, a freelance marketing writer & blogger. Perfect to show wannabe-freelancers and online biz owners how to (non-scarily) build their own successful career!

24) Akash Srivastava SEO

A blog by Akash Srivastava, an SEO consultant that helps people create or revise their SEO plan, implement it and monitor results.

A bolt-on digital marketing blog. On their blog you’ll find a ton of useful tips about lead generation, driving prospects directly to your product and service pages and how to do all of that in a cost-effective way.
Clickedwap is a tech blog that covers areas of gadget solutions, free internet browsing tips, alongside with full smartphones specifications and other technology news.
Influence is a blog of a passionate group of entrepreneurs, writers, and content junkies who love what they do. With backgrounds ranging from journalism to tech startups to fortune 500 companies, they tackle the world of thought leadership and content marketing from all angles.
Lead by Anthony Iwuchukwu, Make Money Directories.com is one of the fastest-growing digital marketing service websites. Make Money Directories has many top brands and companies on its account and a brilliant track record to show off.
A great blog and resource for everything related to Digital Marketing, Automation owned by long time blogger Rafi Chowdhury a well-known name in the Industry.

Hyperlink InfoSystem blogs are a gateway to know the latest technology around the world. Tech lovers would cherish their blogs on the latest Mobile App Development, Web Development, AR/VR App Development, Game Development – list is very long. They bring revolution by sharing some unique thoughts on upcoming technology. Mr. Harnil Oza, CEO of Hyperlink InfoSystem is a sharp tech writer and his writing is very unique which touches the heart of the reader. Stay tuned to get into a new high-tech world and get yourself updated every moment with Hyperlink InfoSystem.

31) WiredMahir

Find Interesting and Engaging Research Writing on Android, ChromeOS, Linux, Blogging and Various Useful Tutorials on Trending Technology Topic.

32) OptimWise

A WordPress web design agency that helps professional businesses succeed online.

33) Espresso Shots Blog

Espresso Shots Blog cover the latest trends and tips from the world of digital media, mobile-first web design, content and search marketing, plus freshly ground and brewed updates from the highly caffeinated agency lovingly prepared by their highly caffeinated content mavens.
Magnificent team digs into problems that marketers deal with on a daily basis. Their goal is to keep you up to date on the rapidly changing marketing world.
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Wishpond is the world’s easiest marketing platform for generating, managing and nurturing leads. Wishpond’s mission is to make it easy for marketers to grow their business.

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50+ Productivity Tips To Save Your Life And Business

Productivity is essential for the efficiency of your personal life and business life as well.
Overcoming the deadlock of the dreadful indecision and taking that first step is much appreciated and wanted.
After all, when talking about boosting productivity, you will surely improve yours once you go through all the rules presented in this article.

As a single mom who juggles kids, baseball games and running a business, it’s so important to stay on top of everything that needs to get done. Let’s face it, we wear a lot of hats as a woman. Something that I do every day is to create a list of what needs to be done. I tackle those big important ones first. You know, the ones that people put on the back burner while they go through those little, easy to complete ones. I think we have all been guilty of that! Creating your daily list, completing ones that immediately generate revenue first, then the ugly ones that we put off and following up with the little things that can be pushed off to tomorrow if need be. By following this pattern, I feel more accomplished by the end of the day! Deanna Fusillo, Sassy Girl Media

There’s a really simple way to increase productivity. Make an audit of your daily work routines and identify all points that you can automate or cut loose. E.g. use a tool like YouCanBook.me to avoid what I call the “meeting setup ping pong” (“Hey, is Wednesday at 9 AM ok?”, “So maybe Thursday?”) and integrate your CRM with other software. By eliminating few clicks from every process, you gain more time to do the stuff that matters. Bartosz Majewski, Right Hello

It’s so important that tasks are delegated between your team. Do not undertake tasks that are too large and cannot be completed within a certain timeframe. The hardest aspect to this is trusting the team behind you. We’re lucky enough here at MadeByShape to have a solid team who love what they do and excel in their relevant fields. Andy Golpys, Made By Shape

If we do things that we like, we don’t get distracted and get into the zone very easily. Most of us think that this can only happen with tasks that we are passionate about, but we tend to forget that we can put passion in any task that we do. Doing things with passion is a mindset. By focussing on the big picture of the task on hand even the dullest task has a higher reason. – Frédéric Ghys, Silicon Armada

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Everyone works differently but I find that I am the most productive when I can camp myself out at a coffee shop for a day. As long as I can have my cup of joe, free (fast) wifi, and an electrical outlet, I can work all day. There’s something to be said for being amongst a crowd of people, also trying to get work done, and the ambient noise where you feel like you’re not alone. William Tang @  Going Awesome Places

I find that the biggest challenge when it comes to being productive is not getting overwhelmed with everything on my plate. It can be hard to see the forest for the trees sometimes, which is why I use a series of tools to help me stay on track:
Trello. I rely heavily on Trello for all my long-term project planning, especially when I’m working with others.
Digital calendars. I use my digital calendar to keep track of all my high-level to-dos, like meetings, calls, and due dates.
Day planners. I’m obsessed with my Day Designer, which allows me to break down my days into to-do lists with checkboxes for each day.
I also try to fit as much “work” into weekdays as possible. I run my own company, so it can be tempting to let work seep into other areas of my life, but I find that the times when I’m most productive are when I’m physically at my desk during the workday. Alyson Shane – Owner, Starling Social

1. Planning. In the company, the workflow is built according to the Scrum methodology. The key point is planning tasks.

Planning is divided into daily, weekly, monthly, semi-annual and annual.
Every morning the team discusses what tasks its participants will perform. Each participant fixes his tasks for the day and works only on them.

• Each task is posted on the board in the column “In work”.
• After the task is completed, the task is moved to the “Finish” column on the board.
• New tasks are posted in the column “New tasks”.

2. Breaks. Take a break every hour for 5-10 minutes. Take your relax-time to re-immerse yourself in the task. It is better to take a break and gain strength, than to work on a task unproductively.

3. Silence. Quiet surroundings help to concentrate. The company has a working area where most of the time employees work in silence.
In a separate room – you can relax and discuss various issues.

4. Retrospectives. Every month, half a year, a year – conduct a retrospective, where you discuss with your colleagues your achievements, as well as your plans for the future period. Awareness that you are doing an important thing greatly increases productivity.

5. Reading books is one of the best tools for personal growth. For example, in the library of the company WOXAPP already more than 250 books.

6. Say “No” to new tasks. Work without interruption is the guarantee of efficiency.

7. Get up early. Go in for sports or exercise. The company WOXAPP practice a 5-minute exercises during the day.

Finally, the most important thing is to keep your personal goals in focus and live harmoniously!

Company WOXAPP is an experienced mobile application developer. On the market since 2011.

Over this time company has developed more than 50 projects.

Responsiveness is crucial! You must engage with your audience, and in a timely manner. Vincent Sharps, Mindgrub

As a blogger, I often work from home. It’s great under some circumstances where I need the silence and solitude to write, but it can also feel lonely and sap my creativity. I find working in contact with other people really helps to boost my creativity and productivity. I like the background noise and going to a shared location also gets me away from the distractions of my home. Coffee shops are pretty good for this, but I recently tried coworking at The Farm SoHo coworking space. It really helped as I got good advice from the other members using the space, and it was great to have a change of scenery. Gemma Church, The Farm Coworking

I find keeping things simple as one of my top tips for increasing productivity when writing. Humans tend to overanalyze. When I find myself way out in left-field, explaining every detail, I step back re-think, re-adjust and go back in. No one cares about every detail. In fact, when reading web articles and posts people tend to focus for less than a minute. Time is sacred and shouldn’t be wasted on unnecessary points or facts. One can write an amazing article and engage readers by focusing on the proposed topic and produce content that makes the reader wanting to know more.
Dana, founder of 365 Days of Health and Fitness.

“80% of success is getting out of your own way. If we stop doing things that are counterproductive, we have time and resources for things that matter. Nobody lost weight or became wealthy drinking a latte every day. Jay Elkes, Extreme Common Sense

Arguably the best productivity lesson I’ve learned over my years of blogging, is that an editorial calendar can be a life-saver! When you’re using an editorial calendar, you’re automatically organizing all of your blogging, which not only helps you save time – and saves you of those “oh, no, I don’t have anything to publish today” moments – but it also helps you get better results from each and every blog post.
You can better strategize your blogging schedule and content and make sure that whatever else happens, you at the very least have blog posts planned and ready to publish. It also helps you plan the right blog post at the right time so that you maximize the results you get from each one. Lilach Bullock, LilachBullock

The CEO of Swipii, Chitresh Sharma, quoted Winston Chruchill on productivity as his favorite tip: “Success is the ability to move from one failure to another without loss of enthusiasm.”

Identify your biggest obstacles that are preventing you from reaching your goals. For example, as a writer, I need to find a way to write stellar content efficiently to get more work from return clients and attract new clients. To achieve my goals, I use Grammarly to make the editing process much easier and a tool like Ninja Outreach to scour for potential leads. By refining your goals, you pinpoint goals you need to accomplish and focus all your energies to reach them.
Christopher Jan Benitez, ChristopherJanB.

As a content marketing team, we find automation and routinizing the most effective.
Automate less creative processes by using management tools (Trello), editing and proofreading (Grammarly, Hemingway) and more. This clears more space for creativity.
There’s a blend of collaboration and solitary work in marketing to keep everyone on track – so time management is crucial. Choose whatever works best for meeting deadlines – the 5-3-1 rule, the Pareto Principle, or the Pomodoro Technique. But to boost the quality, this content strategy is essential:
Conceptualization. Research the topic in general and understand the basic concepts.
Ideation. Research smaller chunks – micro-goals are easier to achieve and more manageable.
Drafting. A first draft is not a post yet. It outlines two or three problem areas that might interest our audience.
Writing. Research key ideas in depth and develop them into articles.
Revision. Look at ways of getting ideas across through storytelling, imagery, and metaphor. Choose the tone. Improve cohesion and readability. Konstantin Pogrebnoy, Code Tiburon

I am always looking for ways to do my work more efficiently and thus I like to develop scripts and workflows to optimize my work, this allows me to increase my output while reducing the amount of time I spend on a particular task. Also, a big productivity booster is the fact that I delegate, reduce or eliminate tasks that I don’t need to do. I really believe in and live by the 80/20 rule which states that 80% of the results that I achieve will come from 20% of the tasks, so I only focus on the tasks that will yield the best results. Alejandro Rioja, Flux Ventures

Plan your day before going to bed, get up early next morning, take on the least desirable and energy burning tasks first, and stay away from social media! Desirable and energy burning tasks first, and stay away from social media! Saad Khan, Cygnis Media, Inc

Plan not only work but a rest too. Margarita Logoshina, Mentalstack

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Work with a Timer – I always use a timer when writing articles or working on a project. This strategy lets me dedicate a set amount of time to devote to a project and helps me stay on task. I use Toggl and can see the timer ticking on the tab at the top of my computer screen. Writing becomes a game to beat the clock. If I gave myself 2 hrs that day to write an article draft and see the timer creeping towards the deadline, I can feel a surge of determination to get more done and more words on paper before the time is up.

Get Rid of Your Phone –  Do more than putting your phone on silent – get it out of sight! I throw mine in a drawer and don’t touch it until break time. Better yet, try giving it to a trusted co-worker and make sure they don’t give it back to you until the break you pre-establish with them. While you may know better than to respond to a text while working on a project, even glancing down at your phone screen when it lights up with a notification can cause you to lose focus. Kaycee Wegener, Rentec Direct

We all sit and stand all day long, how we get our bodies moving is the important question. DeskStand™ offers a range of ergonomic products that are not only give you a healthy posture but get you moving too. By staying active and moving your engagement levels increase in the work place and so does your productivity and alertness. We strive to bring the very best quality product to any active work lifestyle, globally. Ryan Roberts, DeskStand

Staying productive in my daily life is critical. I currently run four divisions of my business so staying organized is essential for me to stay on track. My absolute best tool has always been simple list-making. I make a goal list for the month for the bigger needle-movers I want to achieve, a weekly to-do list to make sure I am advancing, and a daily list each morning to tackle each item that needs to be completed within the day. To be able to look back and cross off everything that was accomplished in the weeks and the month overall is empowering, and it provides a solid timeline for where I’m headed next! – Kristin Weissman, Owner and  CEO of Studio K

For me, planning and prioritizing are the key to maximizing productivity. I always plan my weeks and days in advance, using Trello to map out my tasks, prioritize activities and ensure I hit my deadlines. Trello is also great for teams, helping everyone keep track of what they and their team-mates are working on. Cam Shearer, Digital Risks

As an owner/manager, I canʻt imagine running a business without making lists of things to do and prioritizing their importance. Itʻs important to be “productive” and not just “busy”. Not only do lists help me attack my days more efficiently, but they also insure that nothing gets overlooked which brings me a peace of mind. As for the Captains, they have lists too, only a different type of list. Similar to a pilot, our Captains have checklists to make sure their boat is ready for an amazing day out on the water. This helps with their peace of mind too, knowing they didnʻt forget to check the plugs, oil, or load snorkel gear, etc. Without these lists, I do not think we would be where we would be today. Nathaniel, Na Pali Experience

Create a blog wall. In our office, we have colored index cards and write topic ideas as they pop up, questions from clients, new technology, whatever. And pull a card from the wall whenever we need inspiration. Lorraine Ball, Roundpeg

Even though I work for a technology company, I still rely on writing to-do lists in notebooks to check off each task I complete. It adds an extra feeling of accomplishment and keeps me organized. I also like to set appointments for myself on my Outlook calendar – this allows me to prioritize and get the most important things done without interruption. – Ashley Fontes, Tech Networks of Boston

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I’m more productive when I give my attention to one thing at a time, so setting my phone to airplane mode helps me focus on the task at hand and frees me from the distraction of endless notifications. Nwando Ivenso, CapitalSquare

Always pre-plan the subjects and points you want to touch on before you dive in. This helps separate the create processes and the writing processes & always results in a lot more of a focused & informative blog post. Personally I mindmap all the points I want to cover, then arrange the headings after to create a logical flow through the article. If you aren’t a mindmap fan I know other well-known bloggers who just bullet point all the points they want to cover first then start writing. Henry Reith, Fridge Magazine

The most powerful productivity technique that I use before starting any sizeable task, or even before starting my day, is planning, planning, planning! Starting with the end in mind gives you a great head start.
When you have an idea of how you want something to go, it’s much easier to begin a task (no easy feat) and stay focused on it (probably even more difficult).

A simple, yet astonishingly useful tool you can use in any situation is the list.

A list is an extremely versatile tool, in that it allows for quickly jotting down steps or building a detailed plan.
With big projects, I like to break down my lists into categories. When I’m creating a website, for example, I’ll break down my list to include staff, roles, budget. marketing. social media, and so on.

Whether a list is straightforward or intricate, it remains a powerful key to getting organized and staying on task.

Acey Gaspard, A Touch of Business

I’ve found that one of the best ways to work productively is to plan out your entire week as if it were a puzzle. Whether it’s a regular weekly take, a long on-going project or a quick one-shot task, we only have a certain amount of time during the week to get work done. Make a list of all your weekly tasks and block out time during your week to work on each task. Schedule time to work on high priority tasks earlier in the week and lower priority tasks later in the week. This will ensure that you have time to touch on all projects and make the most of your time. Shawn McFadden, Dallas Riffle

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Having an editor and someone to post the finished article is essential. It’s usually the last 10% of edits and getting it live that I find most challenging. Being able to hand that off to others is extremely valuable and helps me keep my commitments. Diona Kidd, Knowmad

Write and post on a schedule and post the same time each week. If you can’t post at least once a week you probably shouldn’t be blogging for a living. Look to hire help if you can’t post regularly, such as freelance writers, to keep your blog fresh. If you don’t have the funds, many writers will write for credit, if you promote them on your site. Shell Harris, TopTenz.net

As a blogger and a freelance writer, I never had the luxury to wait for inspiration to start working. I had to train myself to work whether I feel like it or not. So, after searching for ways to keep myself focused on my work and motivated I found out about the 52/17 rule. It’s simple. You work for 52 minutes with the complete focus on the task at hand and take a break for 17 minutes. Then you repeat. I use a timer app on my phone to manage this. So far, it’s been quite effective. Roshan Jerad Perera, Freelancing Hacks

“Constant distractions from social media and email made it hard for me to focus when working on my book series, so I had trouble meeting deadlines with my publisher and editor. To remedy that, I began to check my email and social media first thing in the morning and then unplug from the outside world for four hours. My productivity has more than doubled and the quality of my writing is much better when working with no interruptions. My routine has become food for my soul.” Cherie Ruffo, author of Amanda Fisher & the Source Crystals book series, CherieRuffo

“Automation is my greatest productivity hack. Good automation means keeping your personal touch while spending less time doing it!” Sean and Mittie, Sean and Mittie

To make my days as productive as possible, I schedule tasks in my calendar the night before. Rather than just winging my todo list, I treat every task that needs to get done as an appointment. This keeps me on track and ensures that everything gets done in a timely manner. Allyssa Barnes,allyssabarnes.com

Don’t lean on technology. Technology can be a godsend to productivity, but it can also be a time suck. I have applications that allow me to sync my calendars and task lists to my various devices, which is great. However, I’ve also spent countless hours trying to figure out different programs in the name of productivity to no avail.

I combined topic days with an editorial calendar to boost productivity on my blog. I try to have certain topics on certain days of the week, which allows me to plan posts a bit further in advance. When I’m really in the mood to write about one topic, I can schedule several posts weeks ahead. That not only helps me reduce the deadline pressure but also helps me see at a glance on the calendar where I need to focus to remain on schedule! Patrick Phillips, Patrickkphillips.com

One of the best productivity hacks I’ve learned is to hire people who are better at specific things than I am. I actively work to ensure I’m the dumbest person in the room. By doing this, I become less needed on a day-to-day basis to complete projects, and the company’s talent actually accomplishes more than I ever could. Joshua Conran, Deksia

I’ve found that the best way to increase productivity is to create a routine around the tasks that need to get done. I do the same things at the same time each day. It may sound robotic, but I also block time for ideas that require more creative thinking. This way everything has a place and a process. These routines quickly turn to habits once repeated, and I find myself checking off my to-do list rather easily. Joseph DiTomaso, All The Rooms

As a working mom, I typically get my kids up and off to school in the mornings. This could leave me quite unproductive since I often don’t even get into the office until after 9:00am. However, about a year ago I started getting up early to do my hardest work (brain work and writing) after meditating. To be most productive schedule meetings and other “talking” in the afternoon. Amy Rosenberg, president Veracity

Keep your email minimized during the day to tackle what’s on your to-do list. Set designated times to check your inbox such as 11am for 30 minutes and 6pm for 30 minutes. This will help you tackle your to-do list and eliminate interruptions.  Lindsay Joy Higgins, LeaveittoLindsay.com 

I’ve found that changing up my location is incredibly helpful for increasing my productivity. When I get restless while working in an office or at home, going to a local library or cafe can revitalize my creativity. For me, it’s important to choose a new work location that’s quiet, as I’m always reading and writing. The morning is my most productive time and it’s often most helpful for me to change up my environment in the afternoon and evening to keep that flow going.  Angelica Valentine, Proto.io
As a blogger and a freelance writer, I never had the luxury to wait for inspiration to start working. I had to train myself to work whether I feel like it or not. So, after searching for ways to keep myself focused on my work and motivated I found out about the 52/17 rule. It’s simple. You work for 52 minutes with the complete focus on the task at hand and take a break for 17 minutes. Then you repeat. I use a timer app on my phone to manage this. So far, it’s been quite effective. Roshan Jerad Perera, Freelancing Hacks

When it comes to managing projects, project management tools can help, but they are not a replacement for sound management practices and hands-on experience. Good project managers know project management software is just tool which makes it easier to plan, track and collaborate on projects more effectively, but does not replaces basic management knowhow. David R. Robins, Collaboration Corner

A strategized task-list can really boost your productivity level drastically.  Start the day with tasks that directly align with your “bigger picture” then gradually move on to other day-to-day less commanding tasks.  Avoid getting lost in your to-do lists by reviewing your performance daily to assure being on the right track. David Kosmayer, CEO – Bookmark Website Builder

Stay inspired – in my case this means getting outside and challenging myself to new Kauaʻi hiking adventures on a regular basis. By doing so I am able to write with more fluidity and passion, remembering why I started the blog in the the first place and coming up with great new content ideas. Maintain a directly felt sense of connection to that of which you are most passionate about! Jeremiah Felsen, Owner & Lead Guide @ Kauaʻi Hiking Tours 

List everything. I use a mix of paper lists and SimpleNote app, so I have my lists everywhere. Breaking work into manageable chunks makes life much easier. Elliot Taylor, Raison

Even though I work for a technology company, I still rely on writing to-do lists in notebooks to check off each task I complete. It adds an extra feeling of accomplishment and keeps me organized. I also like to set appointments for myself on my Outlook calendar – this allows me to prioritize and get the most important things done without interruption.   – Ashley Fontes, Tech Networks of Boston

Limit your time for everything.  The more time you allow yourself to complete a task the longer you will take so keep deadlines short.  If you give yourself a week to complete something that will only take 2 hours if you just crack on with it then get on with it, do it quickly, finish it and move on to the next thing. Lynette Green, Virtual Head Office

Set Goals and prioritize daily! In addition to establishing goals, I find myself constantly re-prioritizing things daily. Working in a content and advertising operations environment means things are always going to pop-up that need immediate attention. These can be a major distraction against overall productivity. Prioritizing daily, allows me to measure not only what was accomplished each day but keep a tally against overall productivity tied back to my goals. Everyone has their own methods of organization whether it is lists, post-its, notes, email, tasks, etc. but prioritization is the key to increasing productivity. Mark Verone, Gogo 

I do find that I’m more productive and more relaxed if I start my day early with a set routine. There’s always room for flexibility (life is unpredictable!) but overall, if I wake up and am able to complete a handful of tasks that I’ve already planned for, the rest of my day goes a lot smoother. It decreases stress because I don’t spend my entire day worrying about when I’m going to work on the things I accomplished that morning. I don’t know if beginning your day early with a routine actually gets you ahead in the grand scheme of things, but I do think the early bird has an advantage in terms of time management and peace of mind. Megan, Hole Punch Design

At wandermelon, we believe in setting yourself up today for tomorrow. So the day is not done till you’ve written up tomorrow’s to-do list, in order of importance, and cleared your desk in preparation for a brand new day. To begin, try a cold shower, a brisk walk and a hot cuppa to energize the body. Then, all you need to do is focus your mind on your list and power through it – no distractions! Reward yourself with a healthy mid-morning smoothie, do some yoga stretches with the cat, cross those done’s off, and move on to the B, C, D list. Rinse and Repeat. Kate Ayrton,  Wandermelon

Understand, Understand, Understand — Understand your audience, you must know who you’re talking to so you can save time. Understand people! Once you understand your audience, understanding what makes your audience tick is your next step. Finally, understand your craft and become an expert in your industry. As an SEO, I have to be an expert so I can reassure people without any doubt that I can help their rankings grow. James McMinn JR, Matchbox Design Group

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The most important part of productivity is process, and the most important part of process is people – you’re only as good as your process and your people.” Anthony De Marco, Boston Web Group

 Keep blog posts short, and always include a picture!  I try to keep my blog posts short enough so that they fit on the average cell phone screen, and I always include an attention-grabbing photo.  Miriam Otto, Blue Frog Shoes
My most effective technique for getting things done is to map out a schedule of my entire day with clear, actionable goals. The night before, I’ll write down 3 goals that I need to accomplish the following day. As soon as I get to my office, I map out my schedule hour by hour leaving just enough time to accomplish those 3 goals while still allowing for regular meetings and anything else that might pop up. This forces me to stay focused and get things done because I hate not accomplishing my goals. – Christophe Limpalair, Scale Your Code
How much time do you spend looking for your keys, phone, glasses and other items you use frequently? By putting items in the exact same spot, without exception, you can save hours over a year by never having to look for them. It also reduces stress when you’re not running around frantically at the last minute looking for these things! – Lori Dennis, Lori Dennis Interior Design
My productivity tips are actually a list of four pretty actionable pieces of advice:
1) Stay as organized as possible.
2) Have a good, supportive help system.
3) Employ honest workmen with an excellent skill set.
4) Make sure to tell the truth at all times.
Start with the most important and time-consuming task on your list first as we naturally procrastinate them and as the day unfolds many other unplanned things disrupt our schedule. Being an interior designer, I have discovered, that by getting the main things out of my head early in the day, sets my mind free to be more creative and at the end of the day I feel more productive. Develop the mental discipline to focus on one thing at a time and try to finish what you started. For example, I have specific times during the day when I respond to emails and check in with social media. – Renata Pfuner, Pfuner Design
Make a to-do list and prioritize it. Then, do the most important thing first each day. Everything else should wait or be handed off to someone else. – Mary Foster, AsterHouse Design

Staying organized and being prepared for the next day’s tasks and meetings have saved me so much time. I use to waste so much time driving back and forth to the office to grab things for each client and looking for items I didn’t have with me. I have found that if I start and end my day looking at my task list and meetings for the day ahead I can organize and be prepared with everything that I would need. I also digitally organize all of my notes and photos at the end of each meeting or each day in a program called Trello, which I can access from my computer or mobile device and ALWAYS have all my client information, notes, and photos with me at all times. This has been INVALUABLE! – Christine Julian, Christine Julian Interiors

While it may sound strange, staying disciplined about breakfast, lunch and snacking plays a big role in personal productivity. Overeating or eating unhealthy foods during the day can make you feel sluggish and tired, and make you lose focus, which on turn can lead to major losses in productivity. Healthy eating and committing to portion control, on the other hand, can help you keep your edge for the full work day. Phil Singleton, CEO, Kansas City Web Design

 

Close all browser tabs not relevant to what you are doing, and put your best pair of headphones on. – Logan Abbott, President of Voip-Info.org

How do you manage to get productive? That’s the million-dollar question for every type of job! In my case, everything should start by making a good detailed plan. When I want to boost my productivity, I always make sure to write down on a piece of paper all the different tasks that I have to complete. In that way, I can have a good overview of what I need to work on and I can prioritize my responsibilities accordingly. Some privacy and good music can also help a lot. Finally, I would strongly recommend to everyone, who is reading this, to invest on a good laptop and digital tools that could minimize the manual “busy work”. In that way, you can save valuable time daily and remain focused on your work. Anastasios Koutsogiannis, GenieBelt

A big challenge can be not getting overwhelmed by what’s on your plate. What’s helpful is to begin by gathering your tasks by e-mail (or wherever) and simply writing them down. Once you write them down you can prioritize and set yourself deadlines for each task. The important thing isn’t to meet every deadline but approach them realistically. Tasks that consume less time can be completed intermittently. Don’t beat yourself up for not meeting every deadline, just be prepared to set new ones and strive to meet them. Overall, these are good problems. It’s better to be busy than to be bored 🙂
Anthony, The Movie Blog

Businesses have goals and objectives to achieve which can be used to measure its level of success and growth. In the past few years, the businesses have seen a shift in business philosophy and hence has affected the design of project management. The project management software helps save the time wasted on juggling the task and takes care of you and your team to have more time focused on core operations to complete the project. It helps to manage a large project by assigning each individual task in the team and simplifying team collaboration, thus increasing the overall work productivity of the team. Nilam, Software Suggest

The best thing to remember when it comes to business is: under-promise and over-deliver. Katarina, Kanis Life

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30+ Best Marketing And Tech Blogs To Follow In 2019

The universe of tech blogs is vast! One of the reasons for it is an inescapable fact: people interested in technology spend hours and hours time with computers, so there’s no surprise why a Web-based medium is so wildly popular. Just notice how many more tech blogs there are than, say, blogs about home remodeling or sailing! And, surprise, surprise there are even more tech blogs than blogs dedicated to cute kittens. So, in the ocean of opportunities, the question becomes more difficult than ever: Which of all of these tech blogs are worth your time? To help answer that, the following list surveys the very best

Best Tech Blogs To Read

1) Clockspot

Workplace Productivity, optimization and management tips for every business professional.

2) Invoicebus Blog

On the Invoicebus Blog, we share knowledge on billing, invoicing, accounting, marketing, productivity and business management to easily succeed in your business. This blog is brought to you by the team behind Invoicebus, the automated cloud invoicing platform.

3) Madrivo

Madrivo works only with reputable global brands to deliver data-driven lead generation, customer acquisition, and brand awareness campaigns through email, mobile, social and display advertising, partnering with the most proven, ethical, and compliant publishers to deliver sustainable, scalable returns. On their blog they share their best insights and tips in the departments mentioned!

4) The Next Scoop

The Next Scoop is an Internet Marketing Blog, providing an benchmark news, tips and information related to Internet Marketing, Social Media Marketing, Search Engine Optimization (SEO), Search Engine Updates, Google Algorithm updates and Reputation Management. Their Blog houses expert take opinions and reviews on all the latest creative, marketing and internet related stories from the daily, week basis.

5) TechnoGiants

A great blog that will help you stay on top of your game. A constant and intensely passionate way to follow tech news of every stripe.

6) eMarketing Blogger

eMarketingBlogger is SEO & Blogging (How-To) Tips Blog run by Navneet Singh. Here you’ll find in-depth articles on SEO, Link Building, Blogging, Lead Generation and Conversion Optimization strategies. This blog has been featured in Forbes and Marketingland. Here is a recently published article on 17 Blackhat Techniques Killing Your SEO Campaign.

7) The Content Rewired blog

The Content Rewired blog is regularly updated with articles on effective content marketing. It’s a great resource to find tips, tools, and tactics to improve content marketing and corporate storytelling. Posts cover content marketing strategy, content creation, content amplification and promotion, and analytics. Content Rewired specializes in helping Fintechs and other B2B companies tell their best stories online. 

8) The Good

The Good publishes weekly long-form insights focused on helping ecommerce brands turn more of their visitors into customers.

9) Delightfully Designing

Improve your branding, design + general business knowledge with helpful articles that are sure to help you build a thriving brand.

10) ERPINNEWS

Apart from the top ERP News Channel with hand picked content, ERPINNEWS (News driven success)  specialises in providing lead gen service which helps businesses reach their target customers using their USP. They invest a lot of time and resources in their customer upfront and provide first 5 leads complimentary. Customer only pays for subsequent leads, if they are happy with our quality of service and lead.

11) Ultimate QA

Nikolay Advolodkin is a seasoned IT Professional, Test Automation Expert, and Quality Assurance Innovator whose dedication to innovation and progress has earned him the reputation as a strategist in the information technology space. Throughout the span of his technical career, he has not only cultivated extensive experience, he has received extensive acclaim for his continual success. Now he shares his experience on his blog on UltimateQA blog and in his online courses.

12) Contentmart

A global content marketplace, has come up with the most innovative concept of bringing in both content buyers and content creators together from all around the world, on to their platform and leveraging them to benefit from each other. It connects thousands of clients & writers globally over the platform and has progressed since its inception in the year 2015. With thousands of projects completed to date; they offer comprehensive multilingual content writing services, including business writing, web page content, articles, blogs, press releases, travelogues, case studies, whitepapers, and academic writing across print, electronic, and digital media platforms.

13) Mashable

News, rumor and comment about social media and social networking: Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, and all the other examples of semi-organized Web-based crowd behavior.

14) eAskme

eAskme is a place that not only help you to grow an internet entrepreneur but also help you to learn how to stand in the hardest times of the life. It talks about startup business, money making opportunities, business ideas, growth hacks etc.

15) ALC21

The everyday consumer wants reliability and good feelings in a continued relationship with companies when they choose to purchase their products or services rather than temporary customer service.Therefore, it is important to have a good grasp of the current trends to apply the appropriate marketing techniques to the different situations at the time.

16) Matt Curry

A great blog and resource for everything Linux; from Raspberry PI, home automation, to DevOps help, and even getting started with the basics.

17) O’Reilly Radar

Tim O’Reilly and his team put out intelligent tech analysis, with the emphasis on predicting what’s coming before it fully arrives.

18) Geckoboard

Geckoboard – a live TV metrics dashboard software – uses their blog as a platform to help online businesses use their data simply and effectively through in-depth articles, interviews, and video content.

19) iSmart

A ton of great information about multi-channel, online-offline B2B lead generation approach that consists of Inbound Marketing, Email Marketing, Social Media Marketing, Search Engine Optimization (SEO) / Search Engine Marketing (SEM), Advertising, Event Management and Telemarketing.

20) Wired’s Blogs

Preternaturally irreverent, but backed up by a hefty staff of in-the-know tech reporters, the Wired News stable of blogs is one of the Internet’s most influential.

21) Socedo

Socedo is a blog that exclusively focuses on the B2B marketer who needs insights, ideas, case studies and inspiration. Every week, Socedo provides actionable, B2B -centric, in-depth content that help busy B2B marketers take their programs to the next level. Key topics covered including social media strategy, SEO, marketing automation and content marketing.

22) Coast Of Illinois

Coast of Illinois encompasses the Midlife and Times of Landlocked Beach Bum Laura Ehlers as she sails, cooks and adventures through life in the Midwest, all while noting those little things that make living fun.

23) Become A Writer Today

If you’ve always wanted to become a writer (or the idea has kicked in just now) this blog should be your first and must-visit stop. An awesome and in-depth guide on how to start your blog, step by step and avoid mistakes as much as possible. Bryan has boiled it all down for you, your is just to jump to the article and pull out that valuable info from it.

24) TechRepublic Blogs

Covers the enterprise IT world: servers, security, tech staffing, virtualization, software as a service, and consultancies.

25) Computerworld: Opinion/Blogs

Experienced voices providing commentary that focuses on enterprise technology yet also delves into consumer tech, featuring voices like Windows pundit Preston Gralla and IT watcher Don Tennant.

26) Omniconvert’s CRO blog

A collection of articles and resources related to conversion rate optimization. They offer great optimization advice for e-commerce, SaaS, and publishing businesses. Some of the most covered subjects include A/B testing, personalization, lead generation & landing page optimization.

27) Volume SEO

Volume SEO provides actionable SEO advice drawn from in-depth case studies to help you grow your organic search engine traffic. You won’t find hyped up regurgitated content here, just the good stuff based on results.

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28) InfoWorld

Topics like JavaScript, Sun, Dell, SOA – these blogs focus on mission-critical tech for large corporations.

29) eWeek Blogs

If it has to do with technology – from jobs to security to platforms – there’s commentary about it at the eWeek blog portal. Keep your eye on leading tech pundit Eric Lundquist and security expert Matt Hines.

30) Shoestrings & Fancy Things

A blog that talks about the intricate love story between brands and consumers, Shoestrings & Fancy Things, is a place to explore tips, how to’s, ideas and challenges, about Content Marketing, Digital Strategies, Storytelling and other assorted goodies.

31) Techy Mantra

An awesome blog about web development, graphic design, marketing and tech news.

32) M-Connet’s Magento & eCommerce Blog

Great collection of article on Magento 2, eCommerce trends, online holiday sales and startup tips. updates weekly! A useful resource for eCommerce technology people.

33) BusinessWeek’s Blogspotting

Heather Green and Stephen Baker survey cutting edge technologies: behavioral technologies, privacy rights, social media.

34) Technology Review’s Blogs

Wow, these folks have high IQs (no wonder they write blogs published by the August Massachusetts Institute of Technology.) “Personal genomics”…“people aware computing.” Getting ready for some very heady stuff.

35) John Reviews

In johnnreviews Website You Will Find An In-depth Reviews About The Latest Highly Recommended Internet Marketing Training Courses + Tools + Important Tips To Enhance Your Online Business.

37) Automizy

The Automizy blog is recognized as one of the 60 best marketing automation blogs. It features in-depth, actionable articles on marketing automation, email, growth, and SaaS marketing. Their mission is to make the lives of marketers and entrepreneurs easier by providing great resources.
 
38) The Chat Shop
 
Here you will find the musings of live chat experts from delivering real conversations. The blog brings together insight from The Chat Shop experts and some select guest authors about the latest trends, techniques and thinking regarding sales enablement and customer service.

39) Prevaj Consulatnts

PREVAJ offers technical solutions and services and their blog helps all those who need insights in web, cloud, eCommerce and mobile technologies.
 
40) iTristan Media Group
 
For us it’s all about being fast, or first, better or innovating to be the best. The speed of digital business means that there is no standing still. Even micro-improvements in how we do business make a difference so in DigBiz articles and podcasts we discuss it all. From the very nerdy, to best practices, finance, sales, creativity, to the innovative cutting edge, if it’s digital and brings a perspective on improving we’ll talk about it.

 41) DSquad

 The DSquad is an innovative, results-driven digital marketing agency that specializes in effective search engine optimization (SEO). Their commitment to clients is their honest, open and transparent process support, aiming to achieve all the search engine homepage ranking, no matter how client’s keyword needs, and through the use of various forms of social media, they make sure that your site is fast, streamlined and reputable in the eyes of the digital world.

 42) The Art Of Service

 The Art of Service’s Standard Requirements Excel Dashboard and accompanying Books are for managers, advisors, consultants, specialists, professionals and anyone interested in self assessments. Their pledge is to empower and enlighten technology leaders to truly gain a competitive advantage within their field.

43) Limpid China

All the latest from China Internet and marketing experts and specialists who have experiential knowledge about the market, consumers, trends and many more.

44) SBWeb Center

The Small Business Web Center was created to provide advice and resources for small business owners trying to take their business online, or for people who just want to make some extra money on the Internet. Why the focus on small business? Because, small businesses make up the majority of businesses in America, and they are the ones that are the most disadvantaged. I will be sharing news, information and opinions on a wide range of topics related to online business, including SEO, online marketing and small business tips.

45) Buildateam Academia

Buildateam Academia is a place where you can learn a lot of development, design and how to use it wisely in order to skyrocket your business.

46) Copley Sutton

Copley Sutton is a copywriter who believes that excellent content is the fuel that drives SEO and online reputation management. His skills involve SEO copywriting, user-friendly blogging, and website content that’ll keep users hooked and ready to buy.

47) Beaconsoft Ltd

Beacon track website visitors from individual social posts. They discover which posts drive the most website traffic and sales, and learn how to replicate the success. Also, discover the effectiveness of each social post; learn what message performs best with clients audience and see the actions directly resulting from each.

48) Blog Virals

Blog Virals is founded in 2016 as a result of simple observation. Their motive is to give people latest news regarding tutorial & some entertainment through viral blogging. Blog Virals provide best blogging tips & tricks. They want to teach everything regarding blogging, how to earn money online & much more things.

49) James Willett Blog

Take your REST Assured, Gatling and other technical testing skills to the next level by visiting this expert blog.

50) Nogentech.org

The latest technology blog for its visitors. A collection of contents and useful resources related to SEO, online tech, marketing tips, gadget reviews. 

51) Function Point

The Function Point Blog brings together insights into project management, productivity and marketing best practices to help creative teams stay positively productive.

52) Startupily

Startupily is a platform for entrepreneurs seeking useful content, resources, and tools to start and grow their business.

53) IntelligenceBank DAM Blog

Marketing departments move at the speed of light and streamlining management processes for creative assets and brand compliance is essential for today’s marketer. Visit the IntelligenceBank DAM blog to learn how some of the world’s largest brands simplify marketing processes.

54) Youmegeek.com

A tech web blog about all things computer, blogging and internet technology guides.

55) Jason Fox

More than 30 years of combined marketing for real estate professionals this company understands that your time is precious. That you are juggling the duties of Sales Manager, Customer Service Representative, Accountant, Marketing Manager, and CEO. That’s why they are here to help – both with their services and their content they put out regularly.

56) Shane Barker

Shane Barker is an accomplished digital marketing consultant. From working with celebrities on digital reputation management to obtaining a #1 national ranking with PROskore as a social media consultant, Shane has built an impressive list of accomplishments in digital marketing. As a regular contributor to publications like Salesforce, Yahoo Small Business, Marketing Profs and others, he continues to grow and share his knowledge.

57) Gurock

With more than 34 thousand subscribers, this blog is a carefully researched and popular article hub on software testing and QA every few weeks. You can find top resources to become a better tester, learn new tools and build a team.

58) Arcs & Curves

Knowledge Hub On Arcs & Curves Knowledge Hub you can get actionable advice, digital marketing tactics and captivating content on Marketing, Social Media, Lead Generation, CRM & more! Check them out on www.arcsncurves.com, and don’t forget to subscribe to their newsletter.

59) Spec India Blog

SPEC INDIA is a boutique software solutions company based in Ahmedabad, one of the most enterprising cities of Gujarat in India. With their beginnings about 30 years ago, they have proven their capabilities in providing accelerated and cost-effective enterprise software development solutions to a large portfolio of customers across the globe. On their blog they share many insights from their three-decade long experience and all the lessons learned.

 60) Dev Mountain

DevMountain is an industry-leading coding school that began in the heart of the Wasatch Mountains. Founded by fellow coders, DevMountain’s expert faculty are passionate about sharing their craft and empowering the next wave of programmers, entrepreneurs and designers. Their blog features many insights for future web developers, programmers and anybody wanting to get into tech.

61) GreenRope’s Business Blog

GreenRope’s Business blog focuses on CRM and marketing automation strategy helping business succeed with a complete and comprehensive technology stack.

62) JBKlutse.com

JBKlutse.com is a go-to Tech and Social information website. They focus on delivering up-to-date content on trending tech and social issues everywhere. They run product and service reviews and features for both individuals anorganizationsns.

63) Folderit.com 

DMS Blog covers topics from efficient business management, cyber security and SaaS business software to articles about achieving a healthier workplace and office hacks.

64) Coding Sans

They love building web and cross-platform mobile applications. The team behind the code loves to share insights on their blog. Be sure to check them out to learn more about latest development practices.

65) Network Bees

Network Bees is a technology blog that focuses on a wide range of of topics, including Search Engine Optimization, Rank Tracking and Web Hosting. In fact, if it’s about technology, you are likely to find it on Network Bees. Although it was started only a year ago, Network Bees has already gained a large number of loyal readers.

66) Continuous Testing Blog

Eran Kinssbruner is an influential blogger and speaker at global conferences like StarEast, StarWest, DevOps West, AndroidSummit, Eurostar, Automation Guild and QAI Quest. Eran’s trying to provide valuable practices to developers and testers at organizations large and small. At a community level, he’s founded Meetups in both Boston and Israel to empower, educate, and bring together local dev/test experts, and launched a LinkedIn Group with over 5,400 mobile developers and testers from all over the world.

67) Socedo Blog

The Socedo blog is the go-to resource for digital marketers and social media managers at growing B2B companies. Learn from interviews with experts, case studies from innovative marketers, and anecdotes from the Socedo marketing team about building a social media audience, growing traffic, and increasing conversion rates.

 68) Etech

Etech has grown over the past 20 years to be a leading outsourcing provider of intelligent sales, effortless customer experience, and advanced technology solutions. Started with 400 seats in Deep East Texas and grew to be a global company with 2500 seats without mergers or acquisitions. Today, Etech has 8 successful contact centers located throughout the United States, India, and Jamaica. Global presence, combined with the knowledge and adaptability, allows Etech to provide a remarkable difference to the customers and provide outstanding insights on their blog.

69) Livestorm Blog

Livestorm is the modern software for webinars and live video sessions online. On the blog, they write about video marketing best practices on a weekly basis.

70) Deliverbility Blog

Deliverbility is a Bulk email verifier and validation tool. Their blog covers latest advancements and trends in Emailing Campaigns.

71) Ask Tester

AskTester is not just another forum. AskTester is a community of professional testers where we can freely ask questions about testing, speak up your opinions, show your interests and sharing quality content. Noa t like forum, AskTester will make sure your voice is heard.

72) BroadVision Marketing 

BroadVision Marketing is an inbound marketing agency that focuses on helping increase awareness, drive revenue and attract ideal prospects for your business. We blog about the latest marketing trends, search engine news, and provide marketing tips and expertise to our readers.
 

73) Process Street

The Process Street blog writes enthusiastically about the tedious side of your business, covering operations, processes, and automation without the jaw-breaking yawn. As well as processes, Process Street writes about startups, marketing, and technology.

74) JReport

JReport empowers companies to embed the most sophisticated reports and dashboards into web applications. Check out our blog for the latest on embedded analytics technology.
 

75) Trunk.Ly 

Trunk.Ly is an online WordPress resource which focuses on WordPress tutorials, How-to’s and more. The main goal of this site is to provide amazing information on anything everything about Blogging.”
 

 76)  Blogsden

Aspiring community for Blogsden readers which provides useful content on various topics such as Development, Web Design, Business, & Marketing, Etc.