Running your own startup needs courage and motivation to turn your idea into a reality. While it’s a gratifying experience, business comes with some anxiety. Those are the times you need a solid mentor and advice. As an entrepreneur, you can benefit from the experience of those who have already been on the same road.  Here startup blogs come in! It becomes easier to learn from experts through their blog.

Let’s take an example.  Suppose you’re a tuition agency in Singapore. You can promote your tuition agency by promoting informative and exciting blogs. There is a list of blogs in every category. We have compiled a list of the must-follow startup blogs in this handy list.

Paul Graham: Paul Graham is a programmer and essayist. He developed the first web-based application in 1995. He described a simple statistical spam filter in 2002. He is also working on Arc i.e. a new programming language. He is the author of On Lisp, ANSI Common Lisp and Hackers & Painters. He has published a blog on challenges published by startups. Interested to learn about entrepreneurship, startups, or technology? Paul Graham’s blogs are a must read. The content in his blogs is very well written. All the blogs are informative and exciting. You’ll find great advice for your startup through Paul Graham’s blogs. The Risk of Discovery, A Way to Detect Bias, Change Your Name, The Fatal Pinch, The Ronco Principle, How to Raise Money, Why Startup Hubs Work, Why to Move to a Startup Hub, How Art Can Be Good, How to Do What You Love, After the Ladder, Hackers and Painters, Hiring is Obsolete, The Hardest Lessons for Startups to Learn are some of his popular blogs. Check his blogs here at

Chris Dixon: Chris Dixon is an American internet entrepreneur. He published his blogs about philosophy, history, internet, programming, startups and investing. He has invested in ventures like Airware, Coinbase, BuzzFeed, Oculus, Soylent and Shapeways. He has been working as a blogger for around 7 years. He is the founder and CEO of the website Hunch. He is a general partner at Andreessen Horowitz.In 1990, he joined the venture capital firm Bessemer Venture Partners. He has invested in several technology companies including Skype, TrialPay, DocVerse, Invite Media, Gerson Lehrman Group, ScanScout, OMGPOP, BillShrink, Oddcast, Panjiva, Knewton etc.  He is the author of the book Ghost Wave, the Discovery of Cortes Bank and the Biggest Wave on Earth. ‘The Babe Ruth Effect in Venture Capital’, ‘It all blossomed out of this tiny little seed’, ‘Come for the tool, stay for the network’, ‘Stack Exchange’, ‘VC investment vs Gartner hype cycle’, ‘The thin edge of the wedge for virtual reality’ are some of his popular blogs. Visit at to read his blogs.

Sam Altman: Sam Altman is a blogger, entrepreneur and programmer. He is the president of Y Combinator. It’s no secret that he is highly considered in entrepreneurial circles. Sam Altman usually discusses about recent happenings in the business world via his blog. His blog can help you think like experts. It is a perfect for entrepreneurs to stay updated with the market. His blog posts are all about startups and technology. Visit at to read his blogs.

Final Words

Starting your company is one of the hardest things you can do for your business. Getting real time tips and learning always help an entrepreneur to make decisions. Blogs are an excellent way to get news and tips you need to run your company. The above 3 blogs are a must-read for every entrepreneur.