11 Coworking Blogs to Follow in 2018
As the shared workspace industry continues to grow at a staggering rate, it can be challenging to keep up with everything. If you want to stay in-the-know about everything from managing a small coworking space to industry changes, trends, forecasts and everything in-between, coworking blogs are the way to go. Here are 11 of our favorite coworking blogs to follow in 2018.
On the Share Your Office blog, we share tips, resources and insights for freelancers, digital nomads, coworking space operators and more. Our goal is to provide interesting, relevant content for people running coworking spaces as well as those looking to join or work from a shared workspace.
Deskmag has its finger on the pulse of the international coworking scene. The folks who publish Deskmag are behind the Global Coworking Survey and they consistently share invaluable insights into the industry from a variety of perspectives.
Allwork.space has established itself as the go-to source for shared workspace industry news. The publication covers market trends, industry changes, the business of coworking, grassroots coworking, digital nomadism, industry insiders, workspace tech and much more with unparalleled depth and frequency.
Emergent Research is a research and consulting firm focused on small businesses. For years, the Emergent Research team, including partner and workspace industry thought-leader Steve King, has forecast the growth and evolution of coworking. The Emergent Research blog offers sharp insights into the gig economy, the freelance and remote workforce, the evolution of shared workspace, small business trends, changes in commercial real estate and more.
Coworking.com has long been a hub and resource for coworking space operators and enthusiasts. The Coworking.com blog is a unique source of news and information, covering regional coworking alliances, insights and updates from leaders of the coworking movement, community-building tips and more. While you’re at the blog, be sure to review the core values of coworking.
On my own coworking blog, Cat Johnson Co, I share content marketing tips for coworking space operators, community-building stories and resources, news and information from the shared workspace industry, and human interest stories from aligned movements and organizations.
The Global Coworking Unconference Conference (GCUC) is an international coworking conference series. The GCUC team has been part of the coworking movement since the early days and the organization has a unique, globale vantage point to offer valuable insights into the shared workspace industry.
Alex Hillman, a coworking pioneer and outspoken advocate, played a big role in launching the coworking movement—and he hasn’t stopped. His Dangerously Awesome blog is a must-follow full of hard-earned wisdom, tough love about authentic community-building, cautionary coworking tales, visionary insights and practical advice for coworking space operators and entrepreneurs of all type.
Coworking Insights is the “home for no-fluff insights, advice and trends in the coworking industry.” The Coworking Insights blog is a goldmine of information and resources for space operators, those thinking about opening a space, and those looking for shared workspace industry insights.
The Cohere Community is a coworking space in Fort Collins, Colorado run by industry veteran Angel Kwiatkoswki. The Cohere blog is a wealth of human-scale resources, tips, stories and more for people running coworking spaces, those working in coworking spaces, and anyone interested in how collaboration, connection and DIY coworking can create stronger communities and happier people.
11. New Worker Mag
New Worker Magazine is an “independent digital publication by and for people navigating the future of work.” The blog features essays, opinion pieces about gender, cryptocurrency, stories about the future of work, opinion pieces, profiles on freelancers, entrepreneurs, coworking pros and more.
These are a few of our favorite coworking blogs. What are your favorite coworking blogs for 2018?
Cat Johnson is a writer and content strategist for the shared workspace industry. She publishes the Coworking Out Loud Newsletter and has written for dozens of publications, including Shareable, Yes! Magazine, Mother Jones and Lifehacker. Follow her on Twitter: @CatJohnson