7 Web 2.0 Blogs You Must Follow
Web 2.0 has become a business and has created its own information sources: blogs.
As Internet entrepreneurs; everyday we follow our favorite blogs to learn about new startups, web events, web people, web culture and enterprise opportunities.
If you’re interested in Web 2.0 as an entrepreneur or as a power user, then you must follow these influential Web 2.0 – oriented blogs:
Michael Arrington’s TechCrunch is the number one source for Web 2.0 news, especially about 2.0 startups. TechCrunch is a must-read blog to watch & learn the development of Web 2.0 . TechCrunch has more than 2 million RSS readers and ranked #3 in “Technorati Top 100 Blogs” list. Also, TechCrunch is the fastest Web 2.0 blog to publish a new post.
#2 O’Reilly Radar:
Tim O’Reilly is the one who denominated the new web as “Web 2.0″ . O’Reilly Radar is the right place to get information about the concept, the theory and the philosophy of Web 2.0 . O’Reilly also started Web 2.0 Conference .
Pete Cashmore’s Mashable is one of the most popular blogs focused on Web 2.0 and social media news. Mashable is very good at profiling new web sites and services and has 5+ million monthly pageviews.
There is no doubt that, Google has a lot of Web 2.0 services and everyday a new product is or product change is added to Google’s product range. Official Google Blog is the best place to learn about Google’s web services.
Web2Asia is a consulting firm for Western Internet, e-commerce and mobile application companies to successfully launch and grow their business in Greater China, Japan and Korea. There are more than 430 million Internet users in these 3 countries and Web2Asia’s Blog is the best place to learn what is going on about Web 2.0 in Asia.
Frank Gruber is an Internet entrepreneur and a Web 2.0 blogger. Frank is well-known for the blog Somewhat Frank, and for his analysis on Web 2.0, social media and emerging technologies and has been featured in a number of publications including TechCrunch, iMediaConnection, ReadWriteWeb Network as well as on his blog and related video podcasts on Somewhat Frank TV.
* This is not a “best ones list”; it only shows our favorites. All the comments and additions are welcome.