Looking for a daily dose of thought-provoking inspiration? Look no further than seths.blog. The daily blog, written by prolific author Seth Godin, is full of life-changing insights on leadership, marketing, entrepreneurship, and life lessons.
Seth is the author of 18 best-selling books, including the world’s most popular ebook — “Unleashing the Ideavirus“— and the best-selling marketing book, “Purple Cow.” He continues to share his knowledge through courses he offers via Udemy and his altMBA seminar, created to develop online leadership and management skills.
Of course, we couldn’t be more excited to welcome him into the dotblogger family.
To learn more about Seth, check out one of his many TED Talks, his weekly podcast, Akimbo, or any one of his posts from his prolific blog. His approach to work, productivity, and writing will inspire you and shift the way you think.
An online entertainment blog with a twist, !! omg blog !! has been in the blogging game since 2003. Geared towards the 18 and up crowd, !! omg blog !! offers celebrity news, daily laughs, and an original Q&A series, all from an LGBT perspective.
They recently made the switch over to omg.blog and we’re excited to welcome them into the dotblogger family. We had an opportunity to chat with their founder to hear his perspective on blogging and why they made the switch to .blog. Continue reading “new dotblogger: omg.blog”
Emily Polar is a professional photographer and adventurer who has worked with the likes of Patagonia, Reebok, and National Geographic. Her work seeks to explore the connections between people through her global explorations that reveal just how simultaneously big and little the world can be.
Her photo and travel blog, emilypolar.blog, is filled with her visually stunning adventures all over the globe. From Chiapas to Nepal, India to Arizona, Polar shares captivating galleries of the landscapes, people, and customs she encounters throughout her journeys.
Shinola Detroit does more than just make watches, bicycles, and leather goods. It’s a company with a mission: creating American manufacturing jobs. That’s why they chose to set up their headquarters in the historical heart of American industry: Detroit, MI. Seeing an opportunity to bring more jobs to the area, they’ve built their brand on scalable and skilled craftsmanship through American-made goods.
That philosophy trickles down into shinola.blog, a blog that focuses on company news and new products, as well as the local community. Here, they share interviews with various entrepreneurs in Detroit as part of their #RollUpOurSleeves campaign. We think it truly embodies the spirit of blogging: building a community, both online and in real life.
Kirsten Alana is a photographer who travels, and a traveler who takes photographs. Originally a wedding photographer, she made the courageous decision to quit her job and focus on a new career that would combine her passions for travel and photography. As she’s made her way across the globe – quite literally, she was the first photographer to travel around the world on the Four Seasons private jet – she’s built an impressive portfolio through her sincerity and eye for an amazing picture.
kirstenalana.blog is Alana’s photoblog-style Tumblr. Here, you can find snapshots from many of her trips, along with a glimpse into the life of the Traveling Photographer.
Best known as the Chief Technical Officer at Amazon, Werner Vogels is also a veteran blogger. In 2001, he started allthingsdistributed.com to share his writings on the technology industry and related news and products.
Vogels has won a variety of awards for his work in the technology field, gaining notoriety for his penchant to take complex systems and make them scalable, efficient, and effective. In addition to his technological expertise, he’s also an extremely accomplished photographer. Updated daily, he showcases his visually striking snapshots at werner.blog.
With over 200,000 customers using StudioPress themes to power their websites, it’s clear that the masterminds behind the popular Genesis theme framework are achieving their mission of “WordPress made easy.” Between the recently launched StudioPress sites (a streamlined, managed-WordPress hosting plan) and variety of quality themes to meet all of their customers’ needs, StudioPress is a one-stop shop for website owners ready to leverage the power of WordPress.
Geared towards designers, developers, and bloggers alike, the StudioPress blog is equipped with tips on creating your website. Articles include creative ways to optimize tools available to site owners, like how to build traffic through a visually appealing website and the basics of SEO. studiopress.blog is the perfect extension of their accessible philosophy and a stand-out resource for site owners of all levels.
It’s quite possible that Tim Ferriss is actually The Most Interesting Man in the World. His resume reads more like an adventure novel, with such impressive feats as winning a national Chinese kickboxing championship to being a lecturer at his prestigious alma mater, Princeton University.
However, he’s best known for his multiple New York Times Best Seller books on how to “hack yourself”: The 4-Hour Work Week, The 4-Hour Body, and The 4-Hour Chef. He’s also a speaker, angel investor, and hosts a podcast that is often ranked as #1 in iTunes, The Tim Ferris Show.
At Knock Knock WHOIS There, we’re so happy to welcome Ferris into the .blog family with the brand-spanking new tim.blog, certainly a solid contender for the most interesting blog in the world.
Manton Reece has a vision for a better way to blog and he’s bringing that vision to life with his Kickstarter-backed project, micro.blog. Micro.blog is a new, microblogging platform that will include a sleek publishing interface and reader where community members can read short posts from other microbloggers. There will also be iPhone app, so you can write on the go.
“As soon as I registered Micro.blog, everything about what I was doing became more clear and obvious,” Reece said. As he explains in his Kickstarter introduction, in the earlier days of the internet, site owners owned their content and could move, or remove, it whenever they chose. As more and more content is shared via closed social networks, like Facebook or Twitter, there’s been a shift in the long-term ownership of such content. Micro.blog is a means to simplify the process and put the power back in the hands of site owners.
Currently, Harper Reed serves as the Director of Software Development for PayPal, but he is likely best known for his work on the 2012 Obama presidential campaign. During President Obama’s re-election campaign, Reed led the tech-team with an innovative approach: culling some of the tech-world’s best talent to build and manage the online platform, Narwhal, rather than hiring from within the political realm.
As someone who doesn’t hesitate to embrace new technologies (or new TLDs!), we’re excited for Reed to join the dotblogger crew with harper.blog. Here you can find more about his latest adventures, whether that’s the last book he’s read or his most recent project in the technology world.