Best Blogs in the world: Study to pass the test

Blogs have evolved a great deal in the last decade or so with some of the best blogs like HuffingtonPost generating some of the largest traffic yet! It is important to always look around at what the best guys are doing in order to know whether what you are doing is going to be of any value. It's common sense really!

One of the best practices of blogging, which I already mentioned in one of my posts, is that you should make your content more detailed and comprehensible than what is offered in similar blogs. One way to do this is to ensure you are thoroughly informed by doing extensive research on your topic before writing.

However, to be really good, you must benchmark against the best blogs out there by learning from them and knowing what they did right that you don't seem to get. Get in touch with those bloggers and ask them for tips if you can. Develop a rapport or join a community of bloggers to generate ideas for your own blogs, and of course share your own experiences. You will be surprised at the outcome!

Some of the best blogs in the world are also very well known (see list below). Always take time every day to read as many blogs as you can and to write as often as you can manage in order to be a really good blogger.

Besides the usual big blogs, there are blogs out there from diverse topics that I love and that have been widely recognized for their alluring nature. They may not be at the very top of the food chain, but they are worth a read and/or following. Blog lovers out there, here are the masters of the game at what they blog about:

This is a blog that runs on Timblr which prides itself as a gallery of living movie stills, opened since October 2010. If you have never visited this website and you are into amazing graphics, then you are guaranteed to marvel at what you find here.


This can only be interesting to the geeks out there. There's a lot you can appreciate even if you are not a geek. The layout of the blog, the 'geeky' stories and the illustrations are just what is needed to grab a lot of attention. Surprisingly, you can learn a lot from geeks!


This is a blog built around a community of dedicated enthusiasts. And it is easy to know why by visiting them at this unique gallery. You should sign up for the membership because there's little you will ever regret by doing so.


This is one of those blogs which focuses on the odious duties of parenting but making it look so natural and perfect just the way you do it. Catherine shares her family's stories in different contexts by incorporating a few tricks of photojournalism. Who said parenting is boring?


This is one of those blogs whose tabs you never want to close. It is so full of awkward stuff to make you forget about all your awkward moments. There are lots of pictures and videos of what very easily passes as awkward family moments. It is one of those I-aspire-to own blogs.


This blog is a very good read. To be honest, I read it for the fun of it, but I'm sure plenty of people are really interested in the various ways one can manage their money. Money, they say, is a topic which can be understood in any language of the world. But you have yet to meet a language so simple and engaging. Check it out!

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