Top 13 Sites for Women to Follow

  1. Catalyst: This website by nonprofit group Catalyst hosts research about women in business and an insightful blog, Catalyzing.
  2. Daily Worth: A personal finance and business site for women updated daily with money tips and blog posts. Their motto is: “We believe all women should be in charge of their financial health.”
  3. BlogHer: The premier women’s blog platform is celebrating its siwebsites for womenxth year this year–and it’s still going and growing.
  4. Change The Ratio: The tumblr presence of the Change The Ratio campaign, which aims to tip the scales on women on the corporate and entrepreneurial level, features updates from women’s events and inspirational content. Take Sheryl Sandberg’s Harvard grad address: “If you’re offered a seat on a rocket ship, don’t ask what seat. Just get on.”
  5. Daily Muse: A career advice hub for the Gen-Y careerist, the newly relaunched site features accessible (and entertaining) advice for recent grads and working gals and a bang-up portal for job hunting.
  6. Dooce: With stunning pictures and crisp wit, mom and former Web designer Heather Armstrong chronicles her life and the world around her.
  7. Feministing: An online community and blog with a feminist perspective that analyzes how pop culture and mainstream media reflect modern women.
  8. Women Entrepreneur: The female arm of, this site is a resource for current and aspiring women business owners, featuring in-depth profiles of success stories as well as up-to-date advice on funding.
  9. Babble: A community for new parents with advice, recipes, news and resources, plus a witty blog called Strollerderby.
  10. Jezebel: Owned by Gawker Media, a must-visit blog about celebrity, sex and fashion that bites into the media’s representation of women and critiques gender in pop culture.
  11. Ms. Magazine: The Web presence of feminist frontrunner Ms. magazine, the website boasts the most extensive coverage of U.S. and international women’s issues.
  12. Pioneer Woman: Ree Drummond juggles homeschool, career and life on a ranch, and blogs her recipes, photography and family stories. Inspiring and delicious.
  13. The AtlanticThe Atlantic covers news and analysis on politics, business, culture, technology, national, international and life on the official site of The Atlantic Magazine.

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  1. Do you know which of these sites or networks besides Blog Her allows one to add a blog post? By the way, great list – thanks for sharing.

  2. is also a fabulous space to find and connect with fabulous, ambitious women! It’s a global directory and business networking hub with a mission to fuel women’s entrepreneurial and career advancement. Our blog features inspirational stories, tips and resources too. Check out for interesting reports and interviews with a variety of interesting and informative people.

  3. The Career Mentoring Project is a source of solid career advice for anyone growing their career
    The advice is presented in daily posts and frequently is based on questions submitted to the site. I also offer email mentoring and mentoring over Skype for questions that aren’t simply addressed. All mentoring is free of charge. After 30+ years in the Fortune 500 I have some good options to offer up when you are looking for alternatives that work!

  4. Would love to add For Books’ Sake to the list – all about promoting and celebrating writing by women via daily editorial (including news, reviews, features and interviews), a nationwide events programme, publishing projects and monthly podcast!

  5. Some shameless self promotion, but I’d like to recommend my website, . At We Recommend we share the blogs, websites and videos that inspire us… and 99 per cent are by women. If you’ve got a great blog or website that you’d like to recommend, let me know.

  6. CityElla ( is a collective blog for women living in NYC, an online community / support group – a place to share stories, experiences, knowledge, etc. We also host regular social events – living in NYC can be a tough place to make new friends, so a great way to meet new girlfriends!

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