One of the best parts of creating my master blogging resources post was checking out all the great blogging blogs out there. There are so many people with wonderful ideas and advice out there and I was lucky to feature nearly a hundred of them. I thought I would share some of my favorite bloggers I've found from that experience and since then.
So many great resources for bloggers and business owners it's nearly overwhelming (-ly awesome.) You've probably seen a lot of her gorgeous graphics floating around Pinterest.
Seriously so helpful with the scary blogging acronyms like SEO and HTML. Also some really great social media tips! I also learned a lot from Dana's e-course (which was really inexpensive compared to a lot of other ones.) (Dana's blog The Wonder Forest is fantastic as well, although it doesn't have as many blogging posts.)
If you haven't already heard me go on and on about By Regina, you should know she's awesome. Make sure to subscribe to her email newsletter as well, because you get a bunch of free resources. I even had Fed Ex print and bind my copy of The Epic Love My Brand Kit because I love it so much.
Besides being full of marvelous design inspiration (seriously, go look at her site right now,) Kayla's site has tons of great blogging tips, especially about social media. She also has a lot of down-to-earth advice about creating community with other bloggers etc.
I still cannot believe how many fantastic posts there are on this site. A lot of them are original ideas that other bloggers don't talk about a whole ton as well. And there is so much social media advice I think I might be covered for life (it's my blogger Achille's heel, so I need all the help I can get.)
Fun fact: the first post I ever read and followed on this site was a black bean brownie recipe. Just as wonderful (although not as delicious,) are all the blogging posts on this site. There are so many free resources, as well as tons of social media and design advice.
What I love most about this blog is the unconventional advice it offers. While a lot of bloggers push faster, stronger, harder, Jenny's posts was on of the first I read on slow blogging. She has a lot of creative ideas and gorgeous graphics.
I'd have a hard time believing you if you told me you hadn't heard of this site (unless, of course, you're not a blogger,) because it's so popular (and for good reason!) There are so many helpful posts on this site which is why you seem them floating around on Pinterest all the time.
I was a huge fan of Mane & Chic and while I was sad to see it go, I am so excited about Kai's new blog. She has a ton of experience and shares all her best tips (and is open to chatting one-on-one.)
I'm always hearing rave reviews about Sarah's blogging courses, but there are plenty of free resources on her blog if you're a little short on cash like me. Her design is also flawless.
As always, I can't wait to hear what blogs you read and love. Leave some love for your favorites in the comments and I will check them out!