Are you a regular reader of our blog? If so, we're thrilled. There are, however, plenty more blogs out there offering great advice to small and midsize business owners. Recently, Soldsie compiled their list of ten of the best ones - a list we now share with you here:

1.) Firepole Marketing

The blog publishes a good variety of information from smartphone apps to marketing podcasts with posts that are always engaging and well written.

2.) Michel Fortin

The eponymous Michel Fortin, a copywriter, marketer, and consultant, writes levelheaded posts that break down arguments for accessible reading.

3.) Danny Brown

Having spoken at events and seminars like TEDx, New Media Expo, and Social Media Week, Danny Brown offers his expertise in an easy-on-the-eyes blog. Each post is well researched, hyper-informative and topical.

4.) Small Biz Lady

Melinda Emerson, a trusted voice in small business, juggles plenty of topics in her blog, from social media to female entrepreneurship. She also hosts an enlightening Twitter talk show called #SmallBizChat, hosted every Wednesday from 8-9 p.m. ET.

5.) DIY Marketers

Ivana Taylor comes at small business topics from interesting angles. Want to learn how to apply the rules of improv to running a business? Want an example of an awesome email autoresponder? Look no further than here.

6.) Late Blooming Entrepreneurs

Lynne Strang worked at a "real job" for 17 years before quitting to become her own boss. Her posts are clear-headed and inspirational, often telling the story of other older entrepreneurs.

7.) Women On Business

Who run the world? (Girls.) Beyonce would approve of this blog, which publishes great posts about business that everyone - male or female - can benefit from.

8.) You're The Boss (The Art Of Running A Small Business)

This blog from the New York Times keeps you up-to-date on new developments in the small business world and examines the stories of other business owners.

9.) Small Business Trends

This blog covers everything from management to finance to resources. It may take a little exploring to find all the articles that relate to your specific business, but it's a great resource with lots of fresh information. It is a comprehensive resource that you can use to find out more information on how to develop personally or professionally.

10.) BizSugar

BizSugar allows bloggers to share their articles. It's a great place to find inspiration, connect with other entrepreneurs and to submit your own posts.

To see Soldsie's original post, with links to all ten blogs, click here. Keep following our blog for more information and tips on how to improve your business. PayAnywhere provides you with information about how to grow your business, marketing, networking, motivation and more. PayAnywhere is more than just a credit card reader, it is a resource to help you start or grow your business. PayAnywhere has an interest in you and we want to support you and your business in any way that we can. Our live U.S. based customer service and sales staff is also here to answer any questions that you have about an existing account or about how to open a new account today.