About.com - Weblogs
Articles, popular weblog profiles, tutorials, a forum, FAQ, and a weblog directory.
Ad Free Blog Organizaton
Banner for those who want to show they oppose corporate ads on blogs.
Topical directory of blogging resources including templates, ad services and communities.
Blogs and social media as a marketing, messaging and fundraising tool for non-profit organizations.
A moderated mailing list for promoting blogs, weblogs, and online journals and diaries.
Tanya P. keeps a blog about publishing a blog. Includes writing, promoting and WordPress tips.
Listings of jobs for bloggers.
A blogging portal, offering bloggers support, advice, tools, tips and information about blogs and blogging.
A collection of links to blogging resources such as plugins, hacks, news, and themes.
Blogging advice from Zac Johnson and team.
A resource and reference site for web logging and weblogs.
Blog from an Internet, affiliate and networking marketing success coach with technical skills.
Daily Blog Tips
Focuses on blog design, promotion and monetization tips.
Deconstructing "You've Got Blog"
Reading between the lines of Rebecca Mead's November 2000 New Yorker article on Weblog culture.
EFF: Bloggers' Rights
Electronic Frontier Foundation's basic roadmap to the legal issues you may confront as a blogger, to let you know you have rights, and to encourage you to weblog freely.
ISSN for Weblogs
How to sign up your weblog for an International Standard Serial Number, adding it to the standardized worldwide encyclopedia of periodicals.
Into the Blogosphere
Archives from a collection of articles about blogging.
Notes on Web design, content, software processes, and other tidbits.
The search for innovation in newspapers. This weblog explores where we've gone wrong and what we're doing right, with an eye toward rewriting the future of newspapers.
Pratik Dholakiya writes about web publishing and blogging in general.
The Blog Herald
A weblog on the world of blogging.
The Daily Meme
The one site you need for memes, quizzes and other writing suggestions for your web site.
Robert French teaches and writes about public relations and multimedia at Auburn University in Alabama. This weblog is written primarily for his students but is available for all to read. Many posts are about blogging itself.