4 Afrofemme Business Blogs – Inspo & Insights for Black Women Entrepreneurs

4 Afrofemme Business Blogs – Inspo & Insights for Black Women Entrepreneurs

There are truly some phenomenal Black women in the business blogosphere. It was no easy task but I’ve shortlisted four of my favorite Afrofemme bloggers currently writing about entrepreneurship, work-life balance, productivity and marketing for small businesses.

Renae Bluitt of In Her Shoes

This blog was founded to empower and uplift women pursuing their big dreams. It’s packed full of inspirational stories of successful female founders as well as actionable tips and advice. 

Melinda Emerson of Succeed As Your Own Boss Blog

A thriving entrepreneur for more than two decades, Melinda is known as America’s #1 Small Business Expert. She has more than 3 million weekly readers on her blog where she posts everything from social media marketing tips to overcoming imposter syndrome as a small business owner.

Thembi Terri’s Blog

A publicist by profession, Thembelihle Terry-Lynne Whande (née Zulu) is based in Zimbabwe and blogs about her entrepreneurial pursuits with honest insights. Her blogging style is unique with her quirky personality shining through every word. 

LaShanda Henry of SistaSense

Mompreneur and online marketing expert LaShanda created SistaSense to empower and support women entrepreneurs. It’s packed full of free advice and industry secrets that will save you a tone of time (and costly mistakes) when venturing into the world of online business. 

Are you an Afrofemme business blogger? Feel free to leave a comment with a link to your blog or complete the submission form on the Afrofemme Bloggers Directory page for a free listing.

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Lana

With more than a decade of experience in marketing, remote working and blog writing, I'm passionate about empowering Afrofemme bloggers with the tools needed to create the online blogging business of their dreams. When I'm not working on a campaign as the marketing director at PICHA stock, an afrocentric visual content provider, you can find me enjoying a good book (the paper kind please), tackling DIY projects at our farmhouse in South Africa or stumbling through a yoga practise.

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