Are you out of blog ideas? Looking to borrow some inspiration from great blogs?
I’ve compiled 103 of the best blog examples you can find online — major niches included.
Hopefully, you can learn a thing or two about what makes them so popular.
Best Blog Examples (Divided into Niches)
Food Blog Examples
1. Creme de la Crumb
Creme de la Crumb is the lovechild of Tiffany and her editor-in-chief slash husband. Once starting as a catalog for her kitchen endeavors, it now offers a massive library of recipes with easy-to-follow instructions.
2. Kristine’s Kitchen
Kristine Rosenblatt features a selection of homemade recipes that are nutritious, delicious, and family-friendly in Kristine’s Kitchen. Now, her blog reaches 2 million avid readers monthly.
Olena Osipov founded iFOODreal back in 2012 when she was still unemployed. Now, look where her blog is today — 500,000 monthly visitors and counting!
4. A Mind Full Mom
Real, good food need not be flawless. Kristen, owner of A Mind Full Mom, shares inexpensive, healthy, and delicious recipes that appeal to the entire family.
A Parisian cook and writer, Clotilde Dusoulier writes simple recipes with creative twists. Launched in 2003, C&Zs is one of the food blog classics.
6. The Recipe Rebel
Ashley was a teacher before she started blogging. A mother to two children, she opened The Recipe Rebel to inspire home cooks to get creative in the kitchen.
Fitness Blog Examples
7. Nerd Fitness
Fitness isn’t just for toned fitness buffs. Started in 2009, Nerd Fitness is a popular community and blog for fitness geeks run by Steve Kamb.
8. Ross Training
Like DIY, low-tech training ideas? Look no further than the Ross Training blog by Ross Enamait. From old-school workouts to mental endurance training, there’s something for everyone.
9. Get Healthy U
Want to build a specific training regimen that fits your lifestyle? As Chris Freytag would say, Get Healthy U! From HIIT to strength training, you can find any routine here.
10. Love Sweat Fitness
Katie Dunlop founded Love Sweat Fitness out of her passion for fitness and helping women. She talks about nutrition, fitness, lifestyle, and community here.
11. keep it SimpElle
Fitness professional Elle Linton, owner of keep it simpElle, writes about business, cycling, food, and travel in her blog. Great for health hobbyists, enthusiasts, and professionals alike!
12. Steph Gaudreau
Steph Gaudreau shares physical and mental health tips in her personal blog. As a strength training professional and nutritional therapist, her content is geared towards health-conscious women.
Technology Blog Examples
Thurrot is spearheaded by an award-winning tech journalist, Paul Thurrott. In his blog, he talks about the latest news and trends in the fast-paced tech world.
If the topic’s related to information technology, Bob Cringely probably knows it in and out. He also blogs about breaking news events, governmental issues, and his own predictions.
15. Digital Inspiration
On Digital Inspiration, Amit Agarwal writes listicles and how-to guides for mobile apps and consumer software. He’s a Google Developer Expert — responsible for projects like Mail Merge for Gmail and Document Studio.
16. Hillel Fuld
Hillel Fuld regularly publishes articles on The Jerusalem Post, The Next Web, and other well-known tech websites. He also uploads interview videos with tech personalities in his blog.
Owner Ben Thompson writes in-depth analyses on the latest technology news in Stratechery. He’s got quite the resume, too — working for Microsoft, Apple, and Automattic.
18. Andrew Chen
Andrew Chen’s blog and newsletter focus on marketing, mobile technology, and startups. He’s written over 550+ essays — some of which are featured on publications like Fortune and Wired.
Marketing Blog Examples
19. Dave Gerhardt
Dave Gerhardt helps startup founders, entrepreneurs, and professionals with all things marketing. His expertise lies in positioning, messaging, marketing strategy, and brand building.
20. Neil Patel
Let’s be real: you’ve probably heard of this guy already. Neil Patel is the founder of NP Digital and the owner of his well-known, top-ranking marketing blog.
Brian Dean, owner of Backlinko, was dubbed a “brilliant entrepreneur” by Inc. Magazine and an “SEO genius” by Entrepreneur.com. He posts digestible content frequently on SEO and content marketing.
22. Copy Hackers
Founded by Joanna Wiebe, Copy Hackers is a marketing blog dedicated to copywriting — for copywriters. She also writes entrepreneurship and freelancing articles from time to time.
23. Occam’s Razor
Avinash Kaushik started Occam’s Razor back in 2006. This two-time author touches upon the technical aspects of marketing.
24. Simo Ahava
Simo Ahava writes extensively about Marketing, IT disciplines, and web analytics. His blog’s aim? To tell complicated stories (about web analytics) in a simple, understandable, and actionable way.
Travel Blog Examples
25. The Lifestyle Hunter
Mexican national Pilar Noriega currently lives in South Africa. A savvy working professional who worked with Bain and Uber, she’s also the passionate travel blogger behind The Lifestyle Hunter.
26. I Am Aileen
From earning $300 a month in a third-world country to traveling around the world, Aileen is an accomplished travel blogger. She writes about her own adventures and shares tips in her content-rich travel blog.
27. The Broke Backpacker
Will Hatton once traveled the world on just $10 a day. Now, he runs The Broke Backpacker to help others experience their own nomadic journey.
28. The Poor Traveler
Vins and Yosh, owners of The Poor Traveler, create free, detailed travel guides in their blog. Their vision is to help readers avoid making the mistakes they’ve made in their travels.
29. Expert Vagabond
Matthew Karsten, creator of Expert Vagabond, has been exploring the world for over 10 years. From budget tips to travel photography, he’s done it all.
30. Jey Jetter
Jey Jetter is a family travel and digital nomad blog. They hope to help aspiring digital nomads, couples, and remote workers live self-determined lives.
Lifestyle Blog Examples
31. Alicia Fashionista
Alicia Fashionista is the place to be if you’re fond of relatable content about traveling, beauty, and lifestyle.
32. Color Me Courtney
Need some colorful outfit inspo? Color Me Courtney has your back! From fashion advice to travel tips, New Yorker Courtney Quinn’s blog is a good place to be.
33. Sincerely Jules
Julie, blog owner, created Sincerely Jules as an outlet where she posts her latest outfits, travels, collabs, and beauty tips. She’s also big on social media with around 6 million followers on Instagram.
34. Camille Styles
Camille Styles provides a daily dose of engaging content through vivid storytelling in her blog. She calls it a go-to guide to make you happy!
35. The Anna Edit
UK-based content creator Anna talks about lifestyle and beauty in The Anna Edit. Her blog is ranked 5th biggest in the lifestyle niche on Bloglovin.
36. A Cup of Jo
Joanna Goddard grew this blog from a hobby to a full-time job. A Cup of Jo orbits around a woman’s world — from fashion to motherhood.
Fashion Blog Examples
37. Hello Fashion
Christine Andrew started blogging in 2011. Once a way to share favorite sales and finds, Hello Fashion evolved to a go-to resource for fashion and home content.
Bryan Boy Yambo first stepped foot in the blogging world in 2004. Since then, SHOWstudio catapulted to acquiring features in 2010 US Vogue.
39. The Budget Fashionista
The Budget Fashionista’s slogan is to “look your best, for less,” and you can totally see it! Running since 2003, TBF has appeared in US news stations.
40. Amelia Liana
Amelia Liana is the definition of a trendsetter. She founded her blog at 21 and has now worked with iconic brands like Dior, Givenchy, and Armani Beauty.
41. Gary Pepper Girl
Nicole Warne, founder of Gary Pepper Girl, is a leading digital influencer with 2,300,000 followers. With her sites, she collaborated with Chanel, Dior, Louis Vuitton, and Valentino.
42. Jenny Walton
Busy and chic? Consider yourself #twinning with founder Jenny Walton. She’s a NY-based designer who’s worked with Miu Miu, Bottega Veneta, Simone Rocha, and Moncler.
Personal Finance Blog Examples
43. Afford Anything
Run by Paula Pant, her dislike towards living a typical 9 to 5 propelled her to create Afford Anything. In addition to blog posts, Paula also has an online course and podcast for the budget-conscious.
44. Rich & Regular
Want to get knee-deep in the FIRE (Financial Independence, Retire Early) movement? Rich & Regular run by Kiersten and Julien and recognized by Penguin Random House inspires conversations about money.
45. Financial Samurai
It took 13 years for Sam, Financial Samurai founder, to defect from the bonds of corporate America. He founded Financial Samurai in 2009 to help readers “slice” their way into financial freedom.
46. Get Rich Slowly
Do you crave financial independence? Blogger J.D. Roth shares tips on how to pay off debts and more in Get Rich Slowly.
47. Mr. Money Mustache
Pete Adeney retired at 30 after his stint as an engineer. Now, he shares finance and business insights in his blog, Mr. Money Mustache.
48. Of Dollars and Data
If you’re more data-driven, Nick Magguilli’s blog Of Dollars and Data hones in on personal finance interwoven with data analysis. He started the blog in 2017.
Gaming Blog Examples
49. Wolf’s Gaming Blog
Wolf was once a regular guy who loved games. Now, he has top companies reaching out to him, requesting collabs in his successful gaming blog.
50. Niche Gamer
Like unusual games? Niche Gamer is the go-to site for many looking to scratch that curiosity. Brandon Orselli talks about PC, Nintendo, and PS News.
51. The Game Fanatics
The Game Fanatics talk about all things geek. They make their money off of their online store, collabs, and ad placements with gaming-related creators and companies.
52. What If Gaming
What If Gaming is one of the oldest gaming blogs on the web — built in 1998 by Usman Ihtsham. Since then, Daniel Westrop continues his legacy.
Buddies William Saw and James Cobb created MonsterVine in 2008 to talk about gaming, reviews, and commentary. Their main income is through partnerships and advertisements.
Like your MMOs, shooters, and indie games? GameOgre offers just that — since all the way back in 2003!
Relationships Blog Examples
55. The Gottman Institute
Karen Bridbord, Ph.D. runs The Gottman Institute — a blog with a research-based approach to relationships. Her mission is to create and maintain love in relationships.
56. Love and Life Toolbox
Lisa Brookes Kift, MFT, is the owner of Love and Life Toolbox, a repository of health and educational content. She also writes mini-guides for couples.
57. Introvert Dear
Are you an introvert? So are the owners of Introvert Dear — Jenn Granneman and Andre Sólo. The blog is now the largest community and blog for introverts in the world.
58. Love in 90 Days
Do you think finding love in 90 days is impossible? Perhaps — until you read Dr. Diana Kirschner’s relationship blog filled with rich life insights.
59. Modern Love Counseling
What better person than a licensed relationship therapist to give you love and relationship advice? Modern Love Counseling helps adult couples foster more meaningful relationships.
60. Think Simple Now
Think Simple Now features real-life stories of people who overcame adversities and relationship problems. It’s run by Tina Su, Rebecca Watson, Cat Stevenson, and Kayla Albert.
Programming and Web Development Blog Examples
61. Erik Bernhardsson
Erik Bernhardsson has been writing code for 25 years and counting. He has also worked and managed teams in companies like Better and Spotify before pursuing blogging.
62. Coding Horror
Made by Jeff Atwood in 2004, Coding Horror dabbles in Jeff’s interests—the human side of software development.
63. Ben Nadel
Aside from his insightful programming blog, what’s cool about Ben Nadel’s blog are the photos of people he met. He’s definitely been to places.
64. Max Böck
Based in Vienna, Max Böck’s been blogging since 2012 and frequently writes about web development and design in his blog.
65. Wes Bos
66. David Walsh Blog
Medical Blog Examples
67. Docs Opinion
Specializing in cardiology and internal medicine, Axel F. Sigurdsson’s blog was awarded one of the Best Blogs about Heart Disease in 2017 by Healthline.
JeffreyMD started blogging while he was still in medical school. 15 years later, his blog is still going strong with humor-injected medical stories.
69. Dr. John M
John Mandrola is a passionate blogger that provides resources coming straight from the doctor’s experiences. This ranges from cardiology and electrophysiology to endurance sports.
70. DB’s Medical Rants
Dr. Robert M. Centor has found his passion for blogging since 2002. Since then, he’s been sharing thought-provoking insights in healthcare and medicine.
71. Dr. Mike Sevilla
Dr. Mike Sevilla’s medical blog content pieces are fit for all ages. His blog is full of deep medical insights that help readers protect and improve their health.
72. Lisa Nelson
Dietitian Lisa Nelson’s blog won the best heart disease blog of 2016. Her mantra? Prevention is better than a cure — done through healthy eating and self-care habits.
Home Improvement and DIY Blog Examples
Remodelaholic is all about DIY. Cassidy, the site owner, says that her motto is to reduce, reuse, recycle, re-purpose, and remodel old supplies.
74. Centsation Girl
Kate Riley is a design lover and pattern maker—and it’s clear to see with her blog’s design. Centsation Girl features content about DIY, home improvement, and more.
75. Our Fifth House
If it isn’t obvious, Carmel, the site owner, moves quite often. She started Our Fifth House in 2011 — and now it’s featured in national magazines.
76. Shanty 2 Chic
Sisters and DIY queens Ashley and Whitney founded Shanty 2 Chic. There, they share beautiful and affordable furniture and turn houses into homes.
77. Fall for DIY
Fall for DIY is all about building gorgeous DIY projects with the right attitude. Francesca shares easy and interesting DIY recipes to spruce up your home.
78. View Along The Way
View Along The Way’s founder Kelly chronicles ways to improve homes on a reasonable budget. Her husband Andy then builds the projects, she writes.
Education Blog Examples
79. Learning Is Messy
Brian Cosby writes Learning is Messy. He specializes in teaching at-risk students — and is known for his non-linear teaching approaches.
80. Study Hacks
Blogger Cal Newport is a computer science professor who’s at the intersection between digital technology and culture. He’s also an award-winning author of seven books.
81. The Curriculum Corner
Run by two teachers (who happen to be neighbors too), The Curriculum Corner provides creative resources for other educators.
82. Ditch That Textbook
Founder Matt Miller created Ditch That Textbook to revamp the way teachers use textbooks. He also penned a book of the same name.
As part of his PD course, blogger Richard Byrne started FreeTech4Teachers. Now, he speaks at conferences worldwide and provides free resources for tech teachers.
84. Larry Ferlazzo
Want to teach ELL, ESL, and EFL? Larry Ferlazzo is an award-winning English educator and recipient of the Leadership For A Changing World Award.
Self Improvement Blog Examples
85. Karen Koenig
Karen Koenig is a no-nonsense blogger that shares succinct, to-the-point blogs that help turn troubled minds into healthier ones. She writes about topics ranging from relationships to self-development.
86. Tiny Buddha
Read by six million readers each month, Tiny Buddha is for readers who need spiritual and psychiatric support.
87. The Art of Non-Conformity
AONC is, according to author and blogger Chris Guillebeau, a home for unconventional people doing unremarkable things. Here, he discusses personal development and entrepreneurship.
88. The Emotion Machine
The Emotion Machine, owned by Steven Handel, is an educational blog dedicated to self-improvement. It contains over 500 articles on self-improvement and psychology.
89. Pick the Brain
Pick The Brain focuses on self-improvement—motivation, self-education, and personal productivity. Opened in 2006, this blog is one of the fastest-growing self-improvement blogs you can find.
Are you an ambitious introvert? You’ll love the actionable content you can find in Riskology. Hundreds of articles and ongoing newsletters on acceptance and self-development await you here.
Business Blog Examples
91. Adrian Swinscoe
Adrian Swinscoe is a workshop facilitator and a customer experience advisor. In his blog, he creates content revolving around marketing and business development.
92. Gina Abudi
Gina Abudi has over 25 years of experience working as a consultant for businesses of all sizes. She writes fervently about human resources, project management, and other business-related topics.
93. Denise Lee Yohn
Denise Yohn inspires business leaders around the world to build great organizations and awesome brands. She is also the author of “What Great Brands Do.”
94. Startup Nation
Launched in 2002, Startup Nation, by entrepreneurial expert Jeff Sloan, shares knowledge with millions of people on startups. He covers a wide range of topics like networking, branding, marketing, and more.
95. Mike Michalowicz
Mike Michalowicz shares his stories and experiences on his blog with hopeful entrepreneurs and businesspeople. His topics include sales, branding, marketing, and entrepreneurial mindset hacks.
96. Seth’s Blog
Seth Godin writes thought-provoking tidbits of life and business advice on his website. You can also discover books, podcasts, and videos that Seth helped create.
Recreation Blog Examples
97. My Beauty Bunny
My Beauty Bunny is a woman’s haven idealized by Jen Mathews. Topics covered range from hair, health, lifestyle, nails, pets, and veganism.
98. Janice Tanton Blog
Janice Tanton is a wife, mom, and breast cancer survivor. Her blog contains unique depictions of her creativity and acts as her personal artistic outlet.
99. Word Craft Poetry
Colleen Chesebro created Word Craft Poetry as an enriching space for enjoyers of poetry. She frequently blogs about poetry challenges, poetry readings, and other poets.
100. Budget Savvy Diva
An all-around blog about lifestyle, food recipes, DIYs, and budgeting. Budget Savvy Diva founded by Sara covers a variety of things for the everyday mom!
101. A Night Owl
ANO is a digital hub for moms and kids alike. Readers can find recipes, crafts, travel ideas, and lifestyle content for the busy and inspired women of the family.
102. Nomadic Matt
For over 11 years, cubicle-worker-turned-travel-blogger Matt answers questions and provides tips to people looking to take the nomadic leap. He’s also a best-selling author.
David Hobby created Strobist because he wanted to escape his friend’s photography class. Good move, as it’s now gained 150,000,000 page views and counting.
There are millions of fantastic blogs on the web — waiting to be discovered.
While I can’t name them all, I hope you were inspired by the list above.
It takes a lot of work to create a new blog and make a dent in your industry. The question is, will your blog be on someone else’s top list?
Only you can answer that.
If I missed any great blogs, share them in the comments below. Also, feel free to share your feedback or ask questions.
Have a great day!