Women have been scaling new heights in every field and Blogging is no exception. Of all the different fields women are excelling, Blogging is one that has given a voice to our views, ideas, knowledge and a perfect showcase to our achievements. So gone are days of sexual discrimination and domination.
Take a look at these great women who have succeeded in the world of Blogging where far too many males garner the attention. In the big business of Blogging these women have shown that gender doesn’t matter when it comes to success and making big money.
On this Women’s Day let see the achievements of these Great Women, Female Bloggers who have taken Blogging to new heights with their ideas and imagination.
1. Gina Trapani
Almost everyone knows this Blog call Life Hacker or has seen links to their content on social media.
Meet Gina Trapani the founder and the great mind behind Life Hacker. Trapani founded the Life hacker blog in January 2005, and led it until January 2009. Trapani is currently leading development of ThinkUp, an open-source social media aggregation and analysis tool, at Expert Labs.
Trapani has published three books and has also written for other publications including Harvard Business Online. Wired magazine awarded her its prestigious Rave Award in 2006. Fast Company named her one of the Most Influential Women in Technology in 2009 and 2010.
Trapani turned Life hacker into a major franchise that helps her reportedly make over $100,000 a month. Because it focuses on content anyone can benefit from, she’s proof that focusing on quality content will always do well in the world of blogging.
2. Tamar Weinberg
Digital Marketing Specialist, Social Media Consultant and Tech Geek At Heart
Tamar Weinberg is a killer inbound sales closer, a digital and social media strategist, a customer happiness hero, and author of The New Community Rules: Marketing on the Social Web (O’Reilly). She has been involved in the Internet since the early 90’s and has dabbled in social online interactions for more than Twenty years. Tamar has been working nearly exclusively within the Internet Marketing and online sales industry since 2006, though she also has experience with web hosting and technical support and can handle complicated WordPress installations and configurations with ease.
At the present time, Tamar is the Chief Strategy Officer for Small Business Trends, VP of Marketing for Ruxly Creative, and community manager at domain name registrar and web hosting company Namecheap, in addition to working alongside other companies in her own role as a digital marketing consultant, focusing primarily these days on social media customer service. (She calls this her “professional hustle.
3. Ree Drummond
Following The Life In The Country…One Calf Nut At A Time
Ree Drummond, also known as The Pioneer Woman. is a moderately agoraphobic ranch wife and mother of four. She blogs about her long transition from spoiled city girl to domestic country wife.
Blogs about food may be ubiquitous, though they’ve proven to be very lucrative areas if given a good twist. Ree Drummond has done just that with her The Pioneer Woman blog that’s become the new Martha Stewart central of cooking.
Her blog is now read all around the world, and the secret to its success is likely because it keeps things grounded with her cowgirl image. Unlike Stewart’s ideas, Ree Drummond’s recipes and other food ideas are things anyone can do.
Even men can learn something from her cooking tips.
4. Sara K. Smith
Wonkette is already a blog you’ve likely read through links on social media. Owner Sara K. Smith is now the leader in political blogging where Wonkette is sure to be a blog name you’ll be using and trusting even more through the 2016 Presidential election.
Done in sometimes gossipy style, you can get more astute looks at politics here (from various guest bloggers) than you can on the mainstream political sites that now tilt heavily toward their own agendas.
5. Jenny Lawson
The Bloggess is arguably one of the funniest blogs out there now Run by Jenny Lawson. She’s already had a book based on her blog reach #1 on The New York Times bestseller list. It’s an example of how comedy in blogging can be very lucrative if you manage to make it reflective of everyday life.
Skeptical males who might think it’s only humor women can relate to should give it a read where they’re guaranteed a laugh, especially if in married life.
Because Lawson claims to be an expert on balancing cats on her head, she may have found an unexpected demographic outside all the millions of others