Is blogging worth it 2021?
Yes, blogging is still worth doing in 2021. Don’t let the idea of having competition scare you off. People often look at it as a bad thing, but it’s really not. Competition is a sign of profitability.
Here are 5 Best Blogs to Read which Help You Blogging and Give You a lot Of Knowledge
1. Ideas by TED
Ideas by TED is brought to you by… you guessed it, TED. For you, however, we’d recommend the Business section. Latest articles include ‘Five interview questions that will help you hire better people’ and ‘Three practically painless ways to expand your network’. It’s handy stuff if you run your own business.
One of our favourites blogs , Aeon is a magazine that publishes some of the most profound and provocative thinking, asking big questions and finding original answers, provided by leading thinkers on science, philosophy, society and the arts. For anyone interested in creativity, it’s a must-read.
More of an ‘expand your mind and widen your perspective’ type blogs, Longreads is intelligent long-form journalism that gets to the heart of topical issues and modern culture. Although it’s the less obvious choice for this list, we encourage you to bookmark it, as the writing is excellent and – as a freelancer (and human being) – you really should know what’s going on in the world.
More of a science lovers blog, but still relevant to any freelancer, Nautilus tells you about science and its endless connections to our lives. Each month it chooses a single topic. And each Thursday it publishes a new chapter on that topic online. Incredible insights which combine the sciences, culture and philosophy.
More of a content curation site with articles voted up by its members; Hacker News tends to attract a tech-savvy crowd, so don’t be put off if you visit and see nothing but posts about software. Amongst the top 30, there’ll be the odd interesting specimen for those of us who aren’t as technical. Expect great suggestions, as this is a smart community.
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