Leaving Work Behind

It’s Here: The 100 Blogs You Need In Your Life

Written by Tom Ewer on February 15, 2012. 177 Comments

Following on from the enormous success of this first edition of the LWB 100, I have followed it up with a much improved second edition. Check it out here!

The Leaving Work Behind 100The main problem for most people in figuring out how they are going to quit their job and start up their own online business is simply knowledge.

The following may seem obvious to you but is perhaps the most straightforward way to explain the requirements of success:

Your success in life runs in parallel with an understanding of what you are trying to achieve and how (tweet this).

Sure, some people can get lucky and “fall” into success. But this blog isn’t for those who are hoping that success will find them. Leaving Work Behind is for people who are ready to roll their sleeves up and work hard to achieve what they want from life.

Enter The Leaving Work Behind 100

It is all too easy to waste an enormous amount of time by applying yourself in an inefficient manner. I personally have wasted countless hours on near-worthless endeavors simply because I didn’t know any better. I would have given a great deal to have had a list such as this in front of me when I first started out on my path to leaving work behind, and I am really excited to present it to you now.

I honestly believe that the information contained within the blogs listed below can get you to where you want to be. The LWB 100 is broken up into ten categories:

  1. Entrepreneurship
  2. Blogging
  3. Internet Marketing
  4. Marketing
  5. Social Media
  6. SEO
  7. Niche Sites
  8. Freelancing
  9. Affiliate Marketing

And last but not least — Leaving Work Behind itself. That unique desire to make your life into something more than the typical 9 to 5 grind that the vast majority of people spend their entire lives enduring. Because life isn’t to be endured — it is to be embraced. We do not have to commit ourselves to 5 days of grind for 2 days of relief, only to repeat the cycle time and time again. There is a better way, and there is no time like the present to discover that for yourself.

So without further ado, let’s take a look at the 100 blogs you need in your life.

The Leaving Work Behind 100

A few things to consider when browsing the LWB 100:

#URLCategory
1SEOmoz BlogSEO
2SEO BookSEO
3ProBloggerBlogging
4CopybloggerMarketing
5Social Media ExaminerSocial Media
6Seth GodinMarketing
7Daily Blog TipsBlogging
8Freelance SwitchFreelancing
9Top Rank BlogInternet Marketing
10John ChowInternet Marketing
11Smart Passive IncomeInternet Marketing
12SEOSEO
13Shoe MoneyInternet Marketing
14Chris BroganSocial
15Entrepreneur's JourneyInternet Marketing
16Occam's RazorSEO
17Famous BloggersBlogging
18QuicksproutInternet Marketing
19Income DiaryInternet Marketing
20Graywolf's SEO BlogSEO
21Traffic Generation CafeŽTraffic Building
22Duct Tape MarketingInternet Marketing
23Freelance FolderFreelancing
24ViperchillInternet Marketing
25Blogging TipsBlogging
26KISSMetricsInternet Marketing
27Get 10,000 FansSocial Media
28ManageWPBlogging
29KikolaniVarious
30Young Pre ProFreelancing
31Social TriggersMarketing
32The Art of Non-ConformityLeaving Work Behind
33Young EntrepreneurLeaving Work Behind
34Brian GardnerSocial Media
35iBlogZoneInternet Marketing
36My Wife Quit Her JobEntrepreneurship
37Think TrafficMarketing
38Dan ZerrellaSocial Media
39Smart Blog on Social MediaSocial Media
40Buffer BlogSocial Media
41UnmarketingMarketing
42Convince & ConvertInternet Marketing
43Steve Scott SiteAffiliate Marketing
44PotPieGirlInternet Marketing
45chrisg.comSocial Media
46IM ImpactInternet Marketing
47Retire @ 21Entrepreneurship
48The Sales LionMarketing
49Personal Branding BlogMarketing
50Social @ Blogging TrackerSocial Media
51Make Money On The InternetInternet Marketing
52Danny BrownSocial Media
53Niche PursuitsNiche Sites
54Rise To The TopEntrepreneurship
55Virtual Business LifestyleEntrepreneurship
56AdSense FlippersNiche Sites
57Build.Rank.ProfitSEO
58Men With PensMarketing
59Illuminated MindLeaving Work Behind
60Blogger's PassionBlogging
61Online Income LabInternet Marketing
62Zen DuckSEO
63Passive PandaInternet Marketing
64The Brand Builder BlogMarketing
65Escape From Cubicle NationLeaving Work Behind
66Reviews 'n' TipsBlogging
67The Middle Finger ProjectEntrepreneurship
68Pushing SocialSocial Media
69Software By RobEntrepreneurship
70Success WorksSEO
71Prolific LivingLeaving Work Behind
72Live Your LegendLeaving Work Behind
73Make A Living WritingFreelancing
74Virtual Assistant LiveEntrepreneurship
75My 4 Hour WorkweekInternet Marketing
76Location 180Leaving Work Behind
77ConversionXLMarketing
78Tropical MBAInternet Marketing
79The Suitcase EntrepreneurLeaving Work Behind
80New Biz BloggerEntrepreneurship
81E-Junkie BlogInternet Marketing
82Hector CuevasInternet Marketing
83Sparring MindMarketing
84Jeff KorhanInternet Marketing
85AliventuresFreelancing
86Teen Entrepreneur BlogEntrepreneurship
87Alexis GrantSocial Media
88Blast 4 Traffic NowInternet Marketing
89Ruth Zive CopywritingFreelancing
90Christine.bizInternet Marketing
91Life & Times of an Internet MarketerSEO
92StrayBloggerInternet Marketing
93Content Marketing StrategyMarketing
94Smart Boy DesignsEntrepreneurship
95HarrisonAmyMarketing
96How I Got RichAffiliate Marketing
97Chasing PaceInternet Marketing
98Solo SmartsEntrepreneurship
99Justice Wordlaw IVAffiliate Marketing
100Build A Little BizLeaving Work Behind

Selection Criteria

I have visited and read posts on every single one of these blogs. I have been reading many of them for months (over 30 of them are on my RSS reader alone). Every single one of my favorite blogs is included in the LWB.

Having said that,there are also plenty of blogs included that I was not aware of until a short time ago as well as blogs that you have recommended.

Only blogs that are regularly updated were considered for the LWB 100.

The blogs were ranked by an objective analysis of publicly available data. The LWB 100 does not reflect my personal opinion of the quality of the blogs, but there is no doubting that each and every one has something to offer you.

This is a true mashup of the very best resources there are available.

What Now?

Simple - start exploring!

I would recommend that you sort the blogs by category and pick a few that are of interest. You can of course bookmark this post and come back to it whenever you want to find out more on a specific topic. I would not recommend that you try to read a lot of the blogs all in one go — this list isn’t going anywhere, so pace yourself!

Furthermore, I will be publishing follow up posts in the coming weeks such as my personal pick of the top 100 and the best of the rest (i.e. the blogs I love that didn’t make the cut). So stay tuned for in-depth coverage of some of the best blogs in the LWB 100!

Please Take A Moment To Spread The Word

The LWB 100 took me a staggering amount of time to put together. I would be extremely appreciative if you would take a moment to share it with your friends and followers. So please, share the list by clicking the buttons to your left.

If you would like to feature the list on your own blog, you are more than welcome to do so (and please let me know if you do!), but please — link back to Leaving Work Behind.

This Isn't Just Another "Make Money Online" Blog.

I'm sure you've had enough of hollow promises and get-rich-quick schemes.

I don't buy into that stuff; it's never worked for me. Instead, I create profitable online businesses through nothing other than hard work and persistence.

Here on Leaving Work Behind I share it all: both my successes and my failures.

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177 Responses to “It’s Here: The 100 Blogs You Need In Your Life”

  1. Christelle Hobby
    February 15, 2012 at 6:17 pm

    Hi Tom,
    I was devastated to find the email with a link to this post somehow ended up in my Spam folder. Shame on gmail! This is a great list. While there are a number of blogs on this list I already keep up with, it is really exciting to see some that I have never heard of on the top 100. Looks like I will be getting even less sleep now. Ha! Thanks for the list.

  2. Ruth Zive
    February 15, 2012 at 7:13 pm

    Tom, I am so thrilled to be on the list – and even more thrilled that you went to the trouble of CREATING this amazingly comprehensive resource! I can’t wait to roll up my sleeves and explore; there are several blogs here that I’ve never heard of!

  3. James Clear
    February 15, 2012 at 7:55 pm

    Thanks for including Passive Panda on this list Tom!

  4. Justice Wordlaw IV
    February 15, 2012 at 8:09 pm

    Thanks for including me on your list Tom. Means a lot.

  5. Nate @ Strayblogger
    February 15, 2012 at 8:12 pm

    Tom,

    Just got your email and came over- awesome list, and I’m proud to be on it. Thanks for taking the time to put something like this together.

  6. Jay Baer
    February 15, 2012 at 8:26 pm

    Thanks so much for including Convince & Convert Tom. This was quite a project to tackle. Well done!

  7. Michele Welch
    February 15, 2012 at 8:39 pm

    Fantastic list Tom! Well done.

    I know most of these bloggers and they are all fabulous. Will be sure to check out the ones I haven’t had the privilege of getting to know yet.

    Thanks for putting this together and thanks for including me on the list. ;-)

    Take care and keep up the great work.

  8. Bon Crowder
    February 15, 2012 at 8:40 pm

    Good thing you didn’t include “only” in the title. ;-)

    I’m so excited about this list! Thanks for doing the legwork.

  9. Steve
    February 15, 2012 at 9:02 pm

    Epic post Tom.

    This will keep us occupied for some time :)

    Thanks for pulling it together!

  10. Michael @Blast4TrafficNow
    February 15, 2012 at 9:13 pm

    Wow, I’m in the list. Thank you for listing my blog, it’s a great privilege to be here. It shows I’m doing something good. I appreciate.

  11. Steve@Affiliate Marketing Tips
    February 15, 2012 at 9:15 pm

    Tom,

    Great list here. I guess it speaks well that I have (at least a few times) visited about 90% of these sites. But quite a few of these gave me an ah ha moment.

    (Oh, darn I haven’t checked XXX site out in a while)

    I think I will be using this list for a few weeks to re-visit those sites i have gotten out of the habit of trolling. Not to mention that golden 10% I haven’t seen yet.

    Great stuff, great list and a valuable resource.

    …and of course thanks for including me in the 100!

  12. Steve |MyWifeQuitHerJob
    February 15, 2012 at 10:25 pm

    Hi Tom,
    Thanks for including me on your list! I am truly honored.

  13. Tim
    February 15, 2012 at 10:44 pm

    Thanks for this great list. While about 20 of them I have been reading myself. 2 of them Steve Scott and Corbett barr are the ones that I have used for info to always make mine better.
    Now I have yours and will work through this list little by little to get to know some more.. As im working in a online RockStar s for mine to post one day a week telling about people who just stand out online so this helps with find new ones..

    Thanks Again Rock On

    • Tom Ewer
      February 16, 2012 at 12:09 am

      Hey Tim,

      Steve’s and Corbett’s blogs are easily two of the best in the entire list, and will definitely feature amongst my personal picks in a post I run next week.

      Thanks for stopping by!

      Tom

  14. John
    February 15, 2012 at 11:04 pm

    Thanks Tom for putting this together. It sure is a valuable resource to have especially starting out. I too, follow many of these blogs and couldn’t agree with you more with adding them to the top 100. Sometimes you can’t help but think – it might be a small blog world after all :).

    Thanks for making it sortable!

  15. Lydia
    February 15, 2012 at 11:16 pm

    Most of these people use products that Matt Mullenweg developed and founded- a product used by 15% of the ENTIRE Internet!

    Matt Mullenweg – ma.tt rather than Brian Gardner. They blog more frequently. WPCandy and WPBeginner – a lot of these sites learned from them and Blondish.net. Lisa Sabin-Wilson of LisaSabin-Wilson.com- She wrote WordPress for Dummies, WordPress All-in-One, and BuddyPress for Dummies! Nile of Blondish.net- She speaks at a lot of WordCamps and very influential in WordPress and blogging.

    Lists are great, but there are MANY sites I could mention that should be on the list more so than some of the ones listed because of the sites being around longer and teaching a lot of these people who’ve been only blogging for less than 3-4 years. A lot of these people learned from someone more influential, right?

  16. Ana Hoffman
    February 16, 2012 at 1:53 am

    Very kind of you to include me, Tom – quite an undertaking!

  17. Gregory Ciotti
    February 16, 2012 at 3:45 am

    Woo, this post is blowin’ up!

    Excellent list and sincere thanks for the mention :).

  18. Hector Cuevas
    February 16, 2012 at 4:00 am

    Hey Tom.. this list is amazing bro.

    I’m sure it took you forever to put this together. Great stuff and thanks so much for the mention. I’m sharing this all over..

    talk soon
    Hec

  19. Justin
    February 16, 2012 at 5:23 am

    Excellent list, Tom, thanks for including us! I’m either currently reading or have read from many of the blogs listed above…it’s great to be in such good company!

    Not that you need any more, but I thought I’d include a few others that I found to be extremely useful that might have been missed or didn’t make the list:

    http://sivers.org/blog
    If you included Seth Godin, you might want to include Derek Sivers. I’ve found many of his posts to be perception-changers for me. Not sure how to classify, but he has AMAZING insights.

    http://www.flipfilter.com/blog/
    If you’re looking to buy or sell websites regularly, Justin from FlipFilter puts out some awesome analytical content. We’ve gotten many of our tips for selling sites on Flippa from here.

    http://www.lifestylebusinesspodcast.com/
    It’s really a podcast with attached blog, but brought to you from the same guys who write at TropicalMBA. This is the FIRST podcast I end up listening to each week…can’t wait for each new episode.

    • Tom Ewer
      February 16, 2012 at 2:10 pm

      Awesome – three fantastic additions for the next list! I’m a huge fan of Derek’s, so a bit disappointed that I missed him off first time around. Thanks for the suggestions!

  20. Kelly McCausey
    February 16, 2012 at 5:53 am

    What a smart list! Glad to be included :)

  21. Joe
    February 16, 2012 at 7:28 am

    Thanks for putting me on there. Have re-tweeted. Will send the money via paypal now ;-)

  22. Fauzul
    February 16, 2012 at 7:35 am

    I dream of one day becoming a full time blogger doing what I love and having a blog that could sustain my future family. I know that it is not impossible to achieve that and with 100 blogs to guide me, I think that I am one foot forward in reaching that dream.

  23. Bernardo
    February 16, 2012 at 9:12 am

    Tom this was a huge undertaking mate. It must have taken you quite a bit of time to pull this off. Great stuff!

    Cheers

  24. Mike From Maine
    February 16, 2012 at 10:49 am

    Very nice list, Tom.

    This list is nice ’cause it includes the big well-known bloggers, plus it gives an opportunity for the less-known ones to be discovered. I’m checking them out right now.

    Thanks!

  25. Kharim Tomlinson
    February 16, 2012 at 1:51 pm

    Hey Tom, you have a great list of blogs here. I know some of these blogs already but some of them are new to me. Your blog was also new to me until I saw it on facebook.

    Keep up the good work.

  26. Sam
    February 16, 2012 at 3:17 pm

    This is a great list but surely not complete! Haven’t you heard of http://www.entrepreneurshipsecret.com ? I discovered the site from Wikipedia external links and I’m always ready to read their interesting articles. They’ve also got great number of back links which is visible on alexa. Tom, you need to add this site too

  27. The Bad Blogger
    February 16, 2012 at 3:21 pm

    Sadly, my blog was not listed, but anyway, thanks for the list because there are some blogs I don’t even know and they are quite awesome, well… feel free to read my blog when your door is lock :)

    • Tom Ewer
      February 22, 2012 at 11:19 pm

      Hello Mr. Bad Blogger ;)

      Sorry your blog wasn’t caught first time around – it has been added to the list for contention next time. I added your feed to my RSS reader too – although I had to do it manually – couldn’t find a RSS link on your home page…

      Cheers,

      Tom

      • The Bad Blogger
        February 23, 2012 at 1:20 am

        Hey, thanks for adding me. Well… my RSS button is at the top right hand near the search box, where a row of social button is beside it, but of course, that’s a button for subscribing to my RSS Feed :)

  28. Jay|Dish Network TV Blog
    February 16, 2012 at 3:22 pm

    Good list except for the Get 10,000 Links site. This one attempts to download a malicious file when you open it up.

  29. Rachel
    February 16, 2012 at 3:42 pm

    Thanks for the list. The Top 10 I’m familiar with, but I’d a few:

    Ittybiz- Naomi Dunford

    Live Your Legend – Scott Dinsmore
    DIY Themes- Derek Halpern (for Thesis owners, but is well known in the blogging world).
    Chrisg.com- Chris Garrett
    uBounce – free landing page software, but they have an excellent blog.

    One of the best ways to tell who is in the top list of bloggers is to take a look at who guest posts fairly frequently on Copyblogger. The really good ones are always there…
    Enjoy

  30. Rachel
    February 16, 2012 at 3:45 pm

    Ah, just noticed Chris G. is already there :).

    • Tom Ewer
      February 16, 2012 at 8:32 pm

      As is Live Your Legend ;)

      I remembered that DIYThemes should have been including as I was chatting with Derek Halpern about this list (he writes for them). I’ll check out the other two for next time!

  31. Devesh
    February 16, 2012 at 3:56 pm

    Hey Tom,

    Great stuff, as always. This is a great list, dude. I’m going to tweet this post, as soon as I visit all of these blogs.

    -Dev

  32. Bruno Pierre Gebarski
    February 16, 2012 at 9:59 pm

    Tom
    thank you for the follow up on Twitter! You altruism truly deserves to be praised:: Thank you so much for sharing this list with us and with unknown people like me: I started following you an Twitter (thx for following me in return)! There are quite a few names on your list I already follow, which confirms to me that I could be on the right track! Above everything the credit goes to you for reaching out and empowering others with the tools to make a better contribution to others as the wheel turns around! May God bless you for your giving attitude and I know He will! Thank you agin for sharing and let’s keep the ball rolling!
    Regards from this side of the pond: Bruno @brunogebarski

  33. Adam
    February 17, 2012 at 12:17 am

    Great list, buddy! Glad to see it’s getting so much traction!

  34. Search Marketing Post
    February 17, 2012 at 9:13 pm

    We are going to include SearchMarketingPost.com in that list next year ;)

  35. Marshall Davis
    February 18, 2012 at 12:24 am

    Great list! I already have some of these in my RSS feeder, but I will be adding more!

    It is just too bad that I didn’t realize I could sort them by topic until I had already looked through the list. That would have saved my poor eyes a bit of strain, but now I know.

    Thanks!

  36. mike
    February 18, 2012 at 6:49 pm

    Thank for the hard work Tom… The list introduced me to lot’s of interesting blogs and bloggers that I had been unfamiliar with, including yours…

  37. Tung Tran
    February 19, 2012 at 3:51 pm

    Fantastic, Tom! I have just added some new blogs to my FeedDemon thanks to your list.
    Subscribed to your blog too :D

  38. Jennifer/PotPieGirl
    February 19, 2012 at 11:13 pm

    Hey Tom –

    Much thanks for including my little blog on your list – I’m very honored. There are quite a few blogs that I’ve never heard of and I’m super excited to get to know them.

    You put together a very valuable resource for our community – thank you!!!

    Jennifer
    ~PotPieGirl

  39. Mike
    February 20, 2012 at 2:27 am

    This a a really great list Tom and I am very glad that I was directed here whilst reading a post on Shane Melaugh’s blog, as this resource that you have provided is going to come in real handy :-)

    Cheers
    Mike

  40. Enstine Muki
    February 20, 2012 at 1:39 pm

    Hi Tom, That’s a great list. I can really see some of my favorite blogs listed. I’m expanding my list from yours ;)

  41. Manish Patel
    February 21, 2012 at 2:14 pm

    Awesome list, I already subscribe some of them and will add in rss reader rest. Thanks for sharing

  42. Anthony Trollope
    February 21, 2012 at 2:48 pm

    Hi Tom, awesome curated list. Some really good blogs on there, a few I read, but many that I don’t. This has given me the inspiration to produce a list of my own, albeit on a different subject matter.

    Thanks,
    Anthony

  43. Spencer
    February 21, 2012 at 5:23 pm

    Tom:
    Great list! There are a ton of blogs there that I am not familiar with…guess I need to explore some of these. And a big THANK YOU for including my blog on the list!

  44. Walter Martin
    February 22, 2012 at 3:25 am

    This is a wonderful and through list! I found it via http://kikolani.com/fetching-friday-resources-mashup-hdr-skies.html and I am glad that I did. There are some great resources that everyone could use here. I only wish I had a site that could make this list one day!

  45. Shamelle
    February 22, 2012 at 2:06 pm

    Hi Tom,
    So far everyone has said great list. I just want to extend that and say great presentation too :-) I love the idea of using a table and the sorted columns. If you don’t mind me asking are you using a plugin for it? or is it a HTML/CSS tweaks?

    Hoping that I will make it into the next list you make :-)

    regards
    Shamelle

  46. Jeevanjacobjohn
    February 22, 2012 at 2:50 pm

    Hey Tom,

    Great resource!

    I know most of these blogs – some of them are new to me :D

    I am just a bit sad that many of my favorite blogs didn’t get in the list. Anyways, thanks for the list. This list will help me with my commenting and writing challenges ;)

  47. Jeff Korhan
    February 22, 2012 at 7:24 pm

    Nice list Tom – I concur with the majority that I recognize, and will be exploring those that I am not familiar with.

    It’s an honor to be included on this list!

  48. Tommy
    February 27, 2012 at 11:40 pm

    Massive list Tom, thanks! And after seeing a few of your articles making it on my twitter feed and reading them, I’m adding you on Twitter. Keep it up!

  49. Darlene Hull
    February 28, 2012 at 2:10 pm

    Hah! This is brilliant. Many of these I’ve found already just by searching, but there are some real gems hidden here that I was unaware of. Thanks for such a great resource!

  50. Michelle Dale
    March 1, 2012 at 12:57 pm

    Awesome list Tom, an honour to be included thank you so much :)

  51. Matt M
    March 3, 2012 at 12:54 am

    How about an OPML version?

  52. Elizabeth Barone
    March 8, 2012 at 5:06 am

    Awesome! Thank you for this!!

  53. Clara
    March 13, 2012 at 10:56 pm

    So many blogs, so little time. Amazing list you curated.

  54. Reddy
    March 20, 2012 at 1:24 am

    SEOMOZ blog is no 1 . No reason for it not being on the top of the list. Well compiled resource. This will come in handy for our new SEO trainees.

  55. Social Media Success Community
    April 16, 2012 at 6:20 pm

    This is a great list. Have been working through the blogs this afternoon.

  56. Leaving Work Behind
    April 16, 2012 at 6:20 pm

    Glad you like it! :-)

  57. Pranaya
    April 26, 2012 at 10:39 pm

    Amazing Compilation Tom. Thanks for sharing!
     

  58. Tito Pandu Brahmanto
    May 16, 2012 at 12:58 pm

    So many blogs, some of them already in my RSS reader.
    Maybe you can export your RSS reader into list that can be exported by anyone, to they can automatically add all of this list including the categories you give to each of them. Maybe this link can give you a clue to do that in Google Reader http://www.makeuseof.com/tag/how-to-create-a-rss-feed-bundle-on-google-reader/

    • Tom Ewer
      May 16, 2012 at 3:32 pm

      Hi Tito,

      My RSS reader is a jumble of all sorts of blogs, so that wouldn’t really work. I would like to produce something like this for the 2nd edition though – it’s just a case of figuring out how…

      Cheers,

      Tom

  59. Karl Craig-West
    June 5, 2012 at 3:34 pm

    Tom, this is an awesome list, thanks.

    I feel that I could spend the next year going through this lot and still only scratch the surface.

    But, it gives me plenty of reading on my to do list.

    Cheers,
    Karl

  60. John Banks
    June 19, 2012 at 10:31 pm

    Absolutely amazing work. Favourites bar – enough said.

  61. Fabrizio
    July 6, 2012 at 12:34 pm

    Hey Tom. great list of blogs, I’ve come across many of these but some not, so thank you. Good to see Smart Passive Income blog on the list, definitely one of my favorite to read.

  62. Rick
    July 10, 2012 at 4:22 am

    Awesome list mate. Thanks for sharing such great resource nice and neatly for us.

  63. Matt Reeves
    July 13, 2012 at 1:22 pm

    Congrats Tom for being listed in top 100!

  64. Jeremy
    February 8, 2013 at 3:56 pm

    Tom,

    I happened to find your site quite by accident. I was searching Google for a good way to insert tables when I came across a wpmu.org article you wrote recommending a plug-in for inserting tables. That article linked to this post which ultimately led me to your blog. It seems to be right along with what I’m trying doing. I am starting my basic site (75 Beans) to document and teach what I am learning about passive income and online business. It’s not my primary focus but I figure I might as well document as I go and see what happens.Still have some work before officially launching my site, it’s close to ready. But my primary focus is a different niche site which I am working on.

    I love this list of 100 blogs and I’m quite familiar with most of them. I probably won’t look into too many of them because I’ve found that information overload can lead to analysis paralysis and procrastination (which I will be writing about early on and how it’s stalled me for over 3 years). But I’m sure I will check out a lot of them.

    Anyway thank you for your site. I have subscribed. And I also added the plug-in you recommended, WP-Table Reloaded, well sort of. It is being replaced by TablePress but your recommendation led me to it. Thanks again.

    Jeremy

    • Tom Ewer
      February 8, 2013 at 5:37 pm

      Hey Jeremy,

      The first thing I was going to say was make sure you install TablePress rather than WP-Table Reloaded so I’m glad you figured that out yourself :-)

      Good to have you here and nice to know how you found me!

      Cheers,

      Tom

  65. τεστ δυσανεξιας
    February 11, 2013 at 9:21 pm

    Tom , with the table plugin u used can u use a search button?? i am searching for a table plugin that my visitors can search in it… are u aware of something like this?? thank you

  66. Louie @ Make money online Philippines
    March 4, 2013 at 3:42 pm

    Better late than never…

    I have bookmarked all LWB 100.

    Cheers!
    Louie Sison

  67. Adam Roseland
    July 19, 2013 at 8:54 pm

    Great list… but whats a guy got to do to get listed? :)

    Seriously though, I need to do a lot of reading now. haha

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