For Tumblr teens or WordPress writers, Blogging is an amusement, but in the past years, it does not confine to personals. Consequential topics have now become popular in blogging.
These are Most Popular News Blogs on the Internet
Millions of people all over the world have visited these blogs every month. The Internet has an infinite number of pages for these blogs. Below here are some blogs available you may choose the breaking news topics or any other according to your choice.
1. The Huffington Post
The Huffington posts are mostly about the news, and most of the positions include world news, entertainment, politics, business, style, and several others. It covers everything you can imagine and its subcategory. AOL achieves the blog in February for $315 million, which is founded by Arianna Huffington, Kenneth Lerer, and Jonah Peretti in 2005. Thousands of bloggers also present, which work on the content of news blogs.
BuzzFeed mostly tends millennials. This blog mainly focuses on news and entertainment. Its significant contribution is towards image-heavy listicles that are available on their page. It founded in 2006, but it becomes famous and takes its place as a brand in 2011. It started broadcasting different news and articles based on technology, business, and politics, etc.
Pete Cashmore established the Mashable in 2005. Mashable provided the material about news, which may include video entertainment, culture, tech, science, business, social good, and many more. In numeric breeding, this blog one of the most significant and essential sources of information with verticals for Asia, Australia, France, India, and the U.K.. 45 million monthly unique visitors may visit this blog. Along with this, 28 million social media followers and 7.5 million social also contribute every month.
Michael Arrington, in 2005, builds up the foundation of TechCrunch. It mostly explains the data related to breaking news technology, computer, internet ability, social media brand, websites, and associated companies. TechCrunch Network has millions of RSS subscribers. TechCrunch also related to many other websites such as CrunchNotes, MobileCrunch, and CrunchGear. In September 2010, AOL collected TechCrunch for $25 million.
5. Business Insider
Business Insider found in February 2009, which focuses on the financial, media, technology, and other industries. In addition to this, many other topics like sports, travel, entertainment, and lifestyle also focused on it. This blog also offers some other interesting issues which are most favorite in Australia, India, Malaysia, and Indonesia.
6. The Daily Beast
Prior editor of Vanity Fair and the New Yorker Tina Brown. Launched the Daily Beast in October 2008. It focused on the news and many other topics. These include political, amusement, books, fashion, modernization, business U.S. news, world news, U.S. news, tech, arts & culture, drink & food, and style also included in it. Millions of people visited this blog every day.
7. Think Progress
If you are interested in politics, then it is best to blog for you. It mostly connected with the Center for American Progress Action Fund. It is unprofitable management that provides a large amount of information about ideas and policies. Some major areas in this Think Progress also include climate, politics, LGBTQ problems, world news, and video. It often runs with the free-blogging sites.
8. Next Web
This blog focused on communication, apps, gear, tech, creativity, and much more. An organized technology called Next Web Conference held in 2006, and as a result of it, Next Web launched. Next, Web again began after the other two conferences. By all this, it becomes most famous in all other blogs.
Engadget is a blog which has all the data, including news and information, started from smartphones and mobiles to laptop and computers. Gizmodo editor Peter Rojas launched Engadget. AOL purchased it in 2005. Engadget has a talented staff and produces videos and analysis of technology.
Gizmodo is a blog which mostly related to the technology and news of consumer’s electronics. Peter Rojas launched the Gizmodo in 2002. Weblogs Inc. started the Engadget blog before it. Gizmodo includes io9, Jezebel, Lifehacker, and Deadspin and also related to many other Gawker network.
I hope that is helpful and if you know of any noteworthy blog do share it in the comment section below.