Top 10 Blog websites

Listed below are the top 10 blog websites which you should definitely consider visiting. Go ahead and take a look at them right away!


Founded in 2006 by Collis Ta’eed, Cyan Claire, and Jun Rundelivering, Tuts+ is an amazing blog that delivers outstanding coding tutorials. They happen to offer a hub of useful content and a tremendous marketplace where close to 2,000,000 active buyers search for site templates and useful paid tutorials every single day.

Smashing Magazine

Also formed in the year 2006, Smashing Magazine was founded by Sven Lennartz and Vitaly Friedman. It is a blog completely dedicated to educating those in the web design and web development fields.


Gizmodo was launched in the year 2002 and it is a blog focused on subjects such as design and technology. It also pays tribute to numerous areas of science and politics now and then. As it became immensely popular very quickly, it soon launched translated versions of it in languages such as French, German, Spanish and even Portuguese via partnerships with a variety of international firms


PerezHilton happens to be one of the controversial gossip blog websites that are run by Mario Armando Lavanderia Jr. The blog was formerly known as Today, the blog earns its income primarily through advertisements. It also has a variety of sponsors that appears across the blog.


Started by Brian Clark in the year 2006, with a seed capital of just $1000, today CopyBlogger is a very popular blog in the field of digital marketing. However, as of right now, its parent company Rainmaker Digital has over 200,000 customers as it is constantly releasing useful online tools for marketers across the world.


Covering all topics primarily in the technology industry, TechCrunch is a massively successful blog. It was originally founded in the year 2005 by Michael Arrington and Keith Teare. Later on, the blog got acquired by AOL in 2010. Today, the blog features many notable columnists from the world of startups and venture capital.


Mashable was started in the year 2005 by Pete Cashmore from his home in Scotland. Soon enough, the blog started growing rapidly as Cashmore was dedicatedly producing excellent content consistently. In 2009, Mashable was called one of the 25 best blogs in the world by Time Magazine.


Moz is the world’s most successful blog about search engine optimization. It was started by Rand Fishkin who is currently the CEO of Sparktoro. The company initially started as a family-run design business but eventually morphed into a search engine optimization shop. 


Engadget is a wildly-popular blog which was originally started by Peter Rojas of Gizmodo around the same time the other site was started. The blog reviews technology and consumer electronics and is trusted by millions of people worldwide. In 2005, AOL happened to acquire it and has been operating it since then. 


Arianna Huffington’s wildly popular Huffington Post was launched in the year 2005. It is a blog that tends to provide a very liberal view of life and politics. In 2011, Arianna sold the blog to AOL for a whopping $315 million while being kept on as Editor in Chief. As of right now, she has stepped down from that role but the HuffingtonPost blog remains one of the most popular blogs in the entire world.