The world of technology is always changing. With new gadgets, apps, and websites being released every day, it can be hard to keep up with what’s going on in the industry.
To help you figure out who are the top 10 tech bloggers in the world, we have compiled a list for you!
#01: Benji Smith
The first on our top ten lists of the world’s best bloggers is Benji Smith.
He has written over 100 blog posts for his site, benjismith.com, and was named Best Technology Blogger at the 2012 Bloggie Awards (the Oscar’s of the blogosphere).
Benji is known for his in-depth reviews of new gadgets and technology, as well as his helpful tips and tricks.
#02: Gina Trapani
Next up on our list is Gina Trapani, the founder of lifehacker.com.
Her site has been voted one of the top 100 websites in the world by Time Magazine, and she was named one of the 25 most influential people on the web by Forbes.
Gina is known for her easy-to-follow tips on everything from productivity to cooking to technology.
#03: David Pogue
Coming in at number three on our list is David Pogue, the technology columnist for The New York Times.
He has written over 900 columns on all things tech and was even awarded a 2013 Peabody Award for his work.
David is known for his humorous and easy-to-understand explanations of complex technological topics.
#04: Leo Laporte
At number four on our list is Leo Laporte, the host of the popular tech podcast The Tech Guy.
He has been broadcasting his show since 1995 and currently has over two million weekly listeners.
Leo is known for his in-depth interviews with leading minds in the technology industry, as well as his helpful tips and tricks.
#05: Merlin Mann
Next up on our list is Merlin Mann, the creator of 43 Folders, one of the most popular productivity blogs on the web.
He has also written for Wired, The Atlantic, and other prominent publications.
Merlin is known for his unique approach to time management and productivity, as well as his helpful tips and tricks.
#06: Robert Scoble
At number six on our list is Robert Scoble, the futurist for Rackspace and one of the most influential technology bloggers in the world.
He has been blogging about technology since 2003 and currently has over 400,000 followers on Google+, Twitter, and Facebook.
Robert is known for his in-depth interviews with leading minds in the technology industry, as well as his insightful perspectives on everything from social media to wearable tech.
#07: Chris Brogan
Next up is Chris Brogan, the founder of humanized Internet and one of Forbes’ top marketers online today.
He has written over 1000 blog posts on his site, chrisbrogan.com, and was named to Forbes’ Top 50 Social Media Power Influencers list in 2012.
Chris is known for his easy-to-follow tips on everything from marketing online to social media management.
#08: James Clear
At number eight on our list is James Clear, the founder of jamesclear.com and one of Forbes’ top up-and-coming online marketers in 2014.
He has written over 900 blog posts on his site and was named to Inc Magazine’s 30 Under 30 list for 2015.
James is known for his helpful tips and tricks related to everything from productivity to social media management.
#09: Jason Calacanis
Next up on our list is Jason Calacanis, the founder of Inside and Launch (formerly Mahalo).
He has written over 300 blog posts for his site, jasoncalcanis.com, and was named one of Business Insider’s 25 Tech Entrepreneurs You Need To Know in 2012.
Jason is known for his insightful perspectives on everything from social media to startups, as well as his helpful tips and tricks related to marketing online.
#010: John Saddington
Coming in at number ten on our list is John Saddington, the founder of saddington.com and one of the most influential technology bloggers in the world.
He has written over 1000 blog posts on his site, and was named to both Forbes’ 30 Under 30 list for 2014 and The Next Web’s 20 Most Influential People in Tech list in 2013.
John is known for his insightful perspectives on everything from content marketing to social media, as well as his helpful tips and tricks.