Over the past couple of months I’ve enjoyed reading powerful content from a feed of 100 niche bloggers around the web. What I really like about this particular group below is that the way they attract and align their internet users’ behavior with the content they present.
Whether these great content creators are helping people get something done or reflecting on past and personal experiences, there’s certainly something for everyone in the following excerpts. I hope you enjoy them as much as I did.
Get to know these Content Masters: Posts included.
Henrik Edberg author of The Positivity Blog writes about improving your social life, health, happiness and general awesomeness a few times a week. He writes a great deal about positivity and wisdom, and his posts are inspirational to say the least. One of my personal favorites from Sweden, Henrik will grab your attention in seconds.
- Stephen King´s Top 7 Tips for Becoming a Better Writer
- Audrey Hepburn’s Top 3 Words of Wisdom
- Mark Twain’s Top 9 Tips for Living a Kick-Ass Life
- Gandhi’s Top 10 Fundamentals for Changing the World
Robert Scoble is an early adopter of social media and blogging demon. His blog and insight into the tech world and beyond has proven to be a vital source of information I scurry to read on a daily basis. Look out for this titan amongst bloggers, ever popular blowhard on the web and Chief mischief maker over at Rackspace!
- Google Wave crashes on beach of overhype
- You’re not on Twitter’s suggested user list but you are in good company
- I don’t feel safe with WordPress, hackers broke in and took things
- RSS: interesting or boring? (Hint @marshallk and @louisgray, we’re not normal)
At On Simplicity, Sara offers a range of posts. Some are how-to pieces, some are sharing helpful ideas or insights, and others are simply meant to be inspirational. You can find ideas designed to help you grow as well as posts that are all about celebrating life’s imperfections. On Simplicity is about enjoying the journey while keeping an eye on the destination.
- 37 Easy Ways to Say “I Love You”
- Six Conversational Habits to Ditch Today
- I’m Sorry, But You’ve Got to Stop Apologizing
- 8 Things to Cut out of Your Life Immediately
Dragos Roua‘s blog is just a continuous story about all the crossroads he wants to overcome, to solve, to discover, to find, to explain, to understand, to build, to create, to share or to complete, in order for my travel to be as fulfilling as possible. A great read for any one looking to get motivated quickly.
- 30 Sentences For A Millionaire Mindset
- How To Create A Habit In 15 Days
- Average Versus Exceptional
- Make Your Blog Sail Like Santa Maria
Steve Rubel is charged with helping clients identify emerging technologies and trends that can be applied in marketing communications programs. He also explores these topics on his lifestream site and in his bi-weekly AdAge column. He is famous for blogging on the Posterous platform and his prolific content is always well worth the read.
- Social Service for Success – Simple
- Google Wave 1.0 = RSS, the Sequel. In Other Words, DoA… for Now
- The Next Great Media Company Won’t Have a Web Site
- How To: Backup Your Tweets and Make Them Searchable with Google Calendar
>Jennifer Slegg began as a freelance writer, and then turned to writing content for the web ten years ago. She is definitely a writer at heart! She has created numerous content-rich and community based sites in niche markets since initially venturing onto her first website, and as a result, Jen is well versed in the many ways to monetize content online.
- Could your employees sabotage your social media campaigns?
- Choosing a Killer Avatar for Your Online Profiles
- Creating new hot content for trending topics
- Why Twitter should monetize with advanced features for users
Steve Pavlina is widely recognized as one of the most successful personal development bloggers on the Internet, attracting more than two million monthly readers to his website, StevePavlina.com. He has written more than 900 articles and recorded many audio programs on a broad range of self-help topics, including productivity, relationships, and spirituality.
- 10 Reasons You Should Never Get a Job
- How to Discover Your Life Purpose in About 20 Minutes
- How to Make Lots of Money During a Recession
- A Fixed Income Is a Sucker Bet
Derek Sivers is a musician, blogger and entrepreneur. He is “I’m ridiculously positive and optimistic,” and always up for the challenges that this life has to offer. His blog, www.sivers.org is a constant explosion of new concepts, free advice and encouragement on many levels.
- Does your company really want to hang out with me?
- And if only 1% of those people…
- How to get on a magazine cover
- Not happy with existing venues? Make a new one.
Maki is one of first people i met on twitter. His professional interests lie in online marketing, social media, blogging and anything which results in copious amounts of money. Dosh Doshis a blog offering internet marketing and blogging tips, alongside social media strategies.
- How to Get More Twitter Followers: Some Methods That Work
- 20 Quick Ways to Increase Your Alexa Rank
- Twitter Marketing: Why You Don’t Need to Mass Follow Users
- Building Complementary Services: A Powerful Long-Term Social Media Marketing Strategy
Jeremy Dean is currently a researcher at University College London, and his website is all about you and me. It’s about understanding how our minds work and why we think and act the way we do. His site has one crucial difference with much of that material: PsyBlog focuses on scientific psychology.
- Why We do Dumb or Irrational Things: 10 Brilliant Social Psychology Studies
- Why You Can’t Help Believing Everything You Read
- The Acceptance Prophecy: How You Control Who Likes You
- Why Left to Right Punches Are More Aggressive, Powerful and Shocking
Lauren and Emira started their website as a living guide to business, our way. You can expect to find their thoughts and ruminations on business, updates on our book-writing and -publishing adventures, profiles of women-run businesses, resources for women entrepreneurs, and more than likely ideas on a few other assorted topics.
- Balancing Work & Motherhood: the Journey Begins
- How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Twitter
- The Slow Growth is Smart Growth Manifesto
- Women entrepreneurs over 55 are holding strong
Guy Kawasaki is a managing director of Garage Technology Ventures, an early-stage venture capital firm and a columnist for Entrepreneur Magazine. He is a power-tweeter and co founder of AllTop and has a BA from Stanford University and an MBA from UCLA.
- How to Nurture Your Kids and Employees
- How to Use Facebook as a Weapon
- How to Design for Social Traction
- You’re Not Crazy–You’re an Entrepreneur
“Marc and Angel Hack Life” enjoys sharing practical thoughts on a broad range of topics pertaining to life, hacks, productivity, aspirations, health, work, tech and general self improvement. We promise you will not find a regurgitation of someone else’s point of view on our site.
- 21 Keys to Magnetic Likeability
- 70 Things To Do Before Having Children
- The 30 Most Satisfying Simple Pleasures Life Has to Offer
- 7 Clever Google Tricks Worth Knowing
Skelliewag is a blog about planning, creating and growing the online projects you’re obsessed with. If you have big ideas that keep you awake at night (in a good way), this is written for you. Skellie is a blogger, writer, occasional entrepreneur, sometime freelancer and Envato worker-bee. Most of all she likes to build things on the web.
- The Three Ds That Will Make or Break Your Blogging Career – Desire
- 30 Days to Become a Freelancer
- Find Your ‘Flow’ and the Money Will Follow
- 5 Content Strategies That Top Bloggers Use + 3 Things That Set Them Apart
In essence, Nik Karil’s blog is about being independent, simplifying life, creating your own version of happiness, avoiding unnecessary drama, increasing productivity and finding genuine love and peace in this era of reduced polarization of society. New articles are available consistently on his blog.