Darren Rowse (ProBlogger)
For plenty of people, earning a living as a blogger is the dream. Darren Rowse, the blogger behind ProBlogger, is one of the top blog content writers living that dream for more than 15 years. Today, he regularly writes about how to create and manage a blog successfully. ProBlogger also features the work of other writers, has a podcast, a series of e-books and a job board with postings for aspiring and current freelance blog writers.
Carol Tice (Make a Living Writing)
Like Darren Rowse, Carol Tice operates a blog that’s full of tips to help freelancers “make a living writing.” A top blog content writer and freelancer for more than a decade, Tice has built up a reputation for encouraging writers to get paid what they are worth. She also runs something called “Freelance Writer’s Den,” a paid, members-only forum where experienced writers dish out information and advice to newbies.
Heidi Cohen (Heidi Cohen)
Heidi Cohen’s blog, aka the Actionable Marketing Guide, is full of advice for anyone looking to get started with the content or digital marketing, whether from the writing side of the strategy side. She’s one of the top content writers named a “Woman Who Rocks Social Media.” Her blog has been named a Top 10 Marketing blog twice by Social Media Examiner.
Brain Clark (Copyblogger)
Brian Clark might be best known as the founder of Copyblogger, a company that’s all about creating excellent content (with copy). He’s also one of the top blog content writers behind Further, a newsletter covering topics concerned with personal growth and curates the Unemployable newsletter.
Nicole Dieker (Nicole Dieker)
Nicole Dieker is a freelance blogger and a top blog content writer who’s also the editor of the Billfold, a blog about money. Otherwise, you can pretty much find her contributions all over the web, including on sites such as Unbounce and Boing Boing.