The Internet is a big place —a place where content creators of all types can share their knowledge, expertise and life lessons with the world. From commercial real estate to all around great blogs, these are some of my must-follow favorites.

 Who would you add to the list?

Commercial Real Estate

Duke Long

Known as the “Godfather of CRETech”, Duke Long offers a raw and unedited view of the CRE world. Duke’s not scared to piss people off and he doesn’t really care what you think. What he is able to do, is to spark both a reaction and conversation. I definitely enjoy reading his blog and I suggest you do as well.

Michael Beckerman

Michael Beckerman’s blog gives the insider scoop on content marketing, CRETech, and more. The best part is that his voice specifically targets the real estate space. A great read! 

Allen Buchanan

When it comes to CRE in California, why not get location advice from the pro himself?! Whether you’re a CRE owner or occupant, Allen offers a unique view of the industrial space along with general commercial real estate.

Jeremy Neuer

 If you’re a young broker or one new to the business -- Jeremy is one you should definitely follow! A huge appeal of his blog is constant interest in helping brokers succeed in commercial real estate. He offers tips and advice on career advancement. Pay attention!

CBRE Blueprint

The great thing about CBRE Blueprint is having access to unique content from all over the globe. Targeted to get you thinking, CBRE Blueprint gives its readers the inspiration needed to see our industry from a different view.  

Bigger Pockets

Bigger Pockets is the perfect blog for those involved in real estate investing. It’s basically your online portal to a large community of investors that have been in your shoes and actually want to help you avoid the same mistakes they’ve made. This type of information can be priceless.

The Real Deal

If you want the latest news in New York -- this is the site for you. Basically it’s known as the “bible for New York City real estate”. What more do you need? The Real Deal has also emerged into other markets such as Miami and Los Angeles.


Gary Vaynerchuk

Reading anything of Gary’s makes anyone get up off their ass and get it done! If you’re looking to feel motivated and pushed to be the best, this is the blog for you! Gary offers his readers a spark to be successful in whatever space they’re in. A must-read if you’re a business owner!  

James Altucher  

James Altucher’s blog is a great read, especially if you need an inspiration boost. Along with his published books, he’s also provided guidance to ‘choose yourself’ and build the path to be successful. Read it! You won’t be sorry.


The Salesforce blog touches on anything and everything -- sales, customer service, marketing, and more. If you have a new business or one that needs a helping hand -- read it!  

Fast Company

Fast Company’s blog is written by, for, and about the most progressive business leaders. By inspiring readers to think outside the traditional box, Fast Company offers a new way of thinking to progress our current leaders into the future.  

All Around Great Blogs

Tim Ferriss

Tim Ferriss is the man to help you work efficiently and build your business. He’s known for his self-help books and podcasts. Basically he’s your top-notch self-help guru!

Michael Hyatt

Michael Hyatt is your virtual mentor! His goals: to help you reach your potential -- to become more productive -- to build your dream team -- and to build your influence. It’s all about the work-life balance, and trust me, we all need it!

Benjamin Hardy

 If you’re looking for a blog that offers advice on life, entrepreneurship, self improvement, plus more, Benjamin Hardy is the one to read.  

Seth Godin

Known for ‘Permission Marketing’, Seth Godin is a marketer’s dream. He has several webpages and blogs to check out. Don’t miss out!

Adam Grant

 Adam Grant’s blog contains all the feel-goods you’ll want if you’re looking to find meaning and motivation in life. His goals -- helping you live a more generous and creative life. Who doesn't want that?