Link Love Part 2 of 3: Business, Marketing and Entrepreneurship

by Kena Paranjape on December 8, 2009

in What I'm Reading This Week

One of Seth's Bestselling Books

One of Seth's Bestselling Books

To continue with my favourite go-to sites, I am sharing with you my most frequently visited business blogs and sites.  Read and (hopefully!) learn:

Seth's Blog:  Seth really needs no introduction but for those of you who have not heard of Seth Godin, he is a brilliant marketer, writer, and thought leader.  If you are in any type of business and have not read "Purple Cow" go buy it and read it now!  (It is one of Jay-Z's favourite books, by the way).  He posts every single day and always gets me thinking.

Springwise:  This is a very cool site that features new business ideas around the world.

Escape from Cubicle Nation:  (Note to my boss:  this is no reflection on my commitment and passion for my current job :) ) Pamela Slim started this blog to help and inspire those stuck in dead-end jobs to break out and start their own businesses.  As an aspiring entrepreneur (who has not found "the idea" yet), this site resonates with me.

The Business of Fashion: More of a business than fashion site, The Business of Fashion is a must-read for anyone who works in or wants to work in the world of fashion.  For the latest news, fantastic interviews, and editorial content visit often.  (Did you know J.Crew doubled their profits last quarter?)

Quick Sprout: A fun to read blog written by a young entrepreneur named Neil Patel.  I love his recent post on why you need to make a facebook page.

Technorati Tags: Business, Business of Fashion, Entrepreneurship, Escape from Cubicle Nation, Link Love, Marketing, Quick Sprout, Seth's Blog, Springwise

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Jamila Kanji 12.10.09 at 12:17 pm

I love this post Kena! All great websites that I didn't know existed!

Kena Paranjape 12.11.09 at 5:55 am

I'm so glad you found it useful Jamila! I am always finding new amazing blogs and sites...maybe I should share them more often. :)

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