Diva Blogs!

04/04/2005

Smart_women_2My blogging buddy TDavid asked for a list of women bloggers. I thought it would be fun to borrow TDavid's idea. For your reading pleasure (in no particular order) here are some of the blogosphere's DIva Blogs. Enjoy!
Sidebar: If I missed your blog, please know it was not intentionally. Add it (with your url) to comments.

                            Marketing/Business/Tech

1.Lip-sticking
2.Marketing Roadmap
3.Learned on Women

4. Decent Marketing
5. Digital Grit
6.What's Next Online
7.CrossRoads
8.Debbie Weil
9.Misbehaving
10.re: invention
11.Small Business Blog
12.What's Your Brand Mantra?
13.Susan Mernit's Blog
14.Wonder Branding
15.Creating Passionate Users
16.Halley's Comment
17.Charlene Li for Forrester
18.WOLves
19.Buzz Marketing With Blogs
20.Contentious
21.Worker Bees Blog
22.Quality Services Marketing
23.Useful Sounds
24.Rocket Boom  (video blog)
25.Stephanie Cates for Sterling Intenational
26.Jackie Huba
27.Figmentations
28.The Rhetoric of Me
29.Full Circle
30.Piper Cole for Sun
31.Legacy Matters
32.Anita Sharpe for Worhtwhile
33.Authentic Voice
34.Beverly Landfair for Landfair Furniture
35.Talking Story with Say Leadership Coaching
36.Surfettt
37.Conversations with Dina
38.Corporate PR
39.Pause
40.Cafe la Coach
... here's a new one that I found following a blog stat -
Burningbird


Just For Fun
41.Blog Sisters
42.Average Jane
43.Paula Ponders
44..design*sponge
45.My Mom's Blog
46.Time Goes By
47.Christine Halvorson for Stoneyfield Farms
48.Mary Trigiani, in her own voice
49.Barbra Streisand
50.Find-A-Sweetheart
51.The Writers Buzz
52.Blogging in Paris
53.formaly rosie
54.Backstory

... and of course Diva Marketing Blog!

 

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» Shel Israel, Diva Blogger's Enemy #1 from Radiant Marketing Group
Shel Israel, co-author of the currently being written book The Red Couch, left a very unkind, callous comment on Toby Bloomberg's Diva Marketing blog in reference to a post containing a list of women bloggers she compiled. He said...So is [Read More]

Tracked on Apr 14, 2005 11:01:28 AM

» Shel Israel, Diva Blogger's Enemy #1 from Radiant Marketing Group
Shel Israel, co-author of the currently being written book The Red Couch, left a very unkind, callous comment on Toby Bloomberg's Diva Marketing blog in reference to a post containing a list of women bloggers she compiled. He said...So is [Read More]

Tracked on Apr 14, 2005 11:09:00 AM

» No Comment from The TrueTalk Blog
So, I've tried to stay pretty quiet in this whole Gourmet Station dust up. [Read More]

Tracked on Apr 15, 2005 10:28:46 PM

» Jane Gets Creative from Lip-Sticking
Dear, dear readers, Jane is playing with a new toy...a new electronic, Internet toy...but we can't tell you much about it yet. It's a secret. Which is a clear indication that women can to keep a secret. Luckily, we will not have to keep this secret lon... [Read More]

Tracked on Apr 24, 2005 1:43:08 PM

Comments

Thanks for the mention!

Posted by: Jane on Apr 7, 2005 4:42:12 PM

Wow, what wonderful company to be in!

Mahalo Toby, thank you for including Talking Story on your list - and it looks like I've got some new blogs to visit this weekend - fun!
Aloha, a hui hou,
Rosa

Posted by: Rosa Say on Apr 9, 2005 3:56:03 AM

Thanks also for including Quality Service Marketing on your list. And ditto Rosa's comment about a great new blog list to check out.

Take care,
Sybil

Posted by: Sybil on Apr 11, 2005 6:15:11 PM

So is this first in a series? Are you planning next to do one one men bloggers? Then how about dividing bloggers by age, sex, race or whether or not they are right-handed or left handed. From where I sit, I'm much more interested in just seeing what people have to say than what their genital orientation is.

Posted by: shel israel on Apr 13, 2005 5:52:13 PM

Shel Israel, shut your mouth! Talk about unwarranted, uncalled for comments...mein Gott! Getting that abrasive over something as benign as listing a few female bloggers is really over the top.

Oh, and if this upsets you that much, you really won't like the upcoming BlogHER conference, will you.

Who asked your opinion anyway?

Posted by: Paul Chaney on Apr 13, 2005 10:06:47 PM

Hi Toby! Good list. I think there's a difference between "dividing bloggers" and what you're doing here. "Dividing bloggers" could happen if you were making any sort of value judgement here. But you're not. Listing people who share a common characteristic is the basis of social networking. So there's value in the list. And I also agree with Shel that it's the words that matter, although I wouldn't go so far as to propose that this list of yours is in any way infringing on that ideal. Shel likely sees an implied value judgement, but I don't. One in the Just for Fun category might be YellowJeepGirl.com... always a good read. Best, Joe

Posted by: Joe Reger on Apr 13, 2005 11:56:11 PM

I think Shel is just pulling Toby's chain here. However, if he is serious, then shame on him.

Posted by: TDavid on Apr 14, 2005 10:10:07 AM

I hope Shel's pulling her chain.

The inverse is a better question: why can Toby not do this, but we can publish lists of business bloggers, tech bloggers, etc?

Ad hoc communities form around a variety of things, what makes race / sex / religion any worse than anything else?

The only thing dividing the blogosphere is people casting judgements, not people saying "here are the people in [x] sphere I respect".

Posted by: Jeremy C. Wright on Apr 14, 2005 2:47:47 PM

I'm a corporate blogging diva! Writing and managing five blogs.

Posted by: Christine Halvorson on Apr 14, 2005 2:58:00 PM

Christine - writing five blogs you must qualify for "divine diva status!

Posted by: Toby on Apr 14, 2005 3:18:42 PM

This is fun! How about: women bloggers unite! Or is that, untie? I'm such a bad speller! Ok...seriously, Jeremy has the right approach. Toby, you go, girl! We women have to stick together. And...truth be told...we like to stick to some men, too! If Shel is serious, he has a serious identity problem. If he's trying to make a point...what is it? That women are uniting, supporting each other, willing to help each other out...gee, did he think that was a totally male business trait?

Posted by: Yvonne DiVita on Apr 15, 2005 3:18:21 PM

Toby's classification of blogs is so like Microsoft Access, Google, and eBay that it is laughable to think that it shouldn't be done. Data becomes information, information becomes ideas, ideas become plans, plans become action, actions become results, etc. ONLY of the data is collected, sorted, analyzed, etc. That's how we learn and grow.

Toby - you're awesome. Keep being you.

Posted by: Rick Short on Apr 15, 2005 9:12:08 PM

Please add one more cool diva to the mix - Funny Business - a smart marketing blog. http://funnybusiness.typepad.com/funnybusiness/

Posted by: Toby on Apr 16, 2005 2:07:49 PM

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Thank you....

Posted by: Alex Smith on Nov 7, 2005 9:51:30 AM

Interesting discussion; we will be linking soon, we would be honored if we could be added to this business blogger. We are from the World Business for sale is the leading independent businesses for sale listing service.
http://www.worldbusinessforsale.com/

Posted by: http://www.worldbusinessforsale.com/ on Dec 23, 2005 5:12:23 PM

Now days few female bloggers is really over the top.

Posted by: Business for sale on Jan 1, 2006 1:40:16 PM

Happy New Year Everyone!

Posted by: Business for sale on Jan 1, 2006 9:27:49 PM

I agree with Joe!
There's a difference between "dividing bloggers" and what you're doing here. "Dividing bloggers" could happen if you were making any sort of value judgement here. But you're not.
We are from;
http://www.pagerank-prediction.com/

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Posted by: Diva Girl on Jun 7, 2006 4:29:58 PM

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