Top 9 Product Management blogs of 2023 📔

Bhavya Singh
6 min readJul 20, 2023

🌟 The PM Bible: 9 game-changing blogs for building Better Products

Over the past few years, the quantum of content out there is overwhelming. And it has become difficult to ignore the noise. As a result, curating and consuming the right content has become important. Now, whenever I read something enriching or interesting, I have developed a habit of bookmarking and sharing it with team members.

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Here’s a list of blogs that have helped me become a better PM;

1️⃣. Lenny’s Newsletter by Lenny Rachitsky

Lenny Rachitsky is a product management consultant and former product lead at Google. His newsletter is packed with insights on product strategy, design, and data analysis. His writing is clear, concise, and actionable.. Definitely worth a read if you want to stay ahead of the game and up your PM game by staying up-to-date on the latest trends and PM best practices. On top of that, he has a podcast called “Lenny’s Podcast: Product | Growth | Career”. It’s packed with interviews with top product leaders and growth experts, and they share some really concrete, actionable advice to help you build, launch, and grow your own product.

Lenny Rachitsky

My favorites:

  1. 🌟 “Building minimum lovable products, stories from WeWork and Airbnb, and thriving as a PM
  2. 🌟 “LinkedIn’s product evolution and the art of building complex systems”
  3. 🌟 “Leveraging growth advisors, hiring well, mastering SEO, and honing your craft

2️⃣. The Product Guy Blog by Jeremy Horn

Jeremy Horn is an award-winning, product management veteran with 2 decades of experience leading and managing product teams. He covers everything from the basics to more advanced topics like user research and A/B testing. Plus, his writing is super easy to understand. This a must follow if you want to learn about the PM fundamentals and gain practical tips for building successful products.

Jeremy Horn

My favorite reads:

  1. 🌟 “Product Discovery and Execution
  2. 🌟 “Where are the product person tools?
  3. 🌟 “Good Product Inspiration

3️⃣. Bringing the Donuts by Ken Norton

Ken Norton is a pretty cool guy. He’s a PM and former partner at Google Ventures. He’s got this awesome blog called “Bringing the Donuts” where he shares his experiences and insights on building great products. What makes Ken unique is his ability to share his experiences in a relatable and engaging way. He often writes about the challenges he’s faced as a product manager and how he’s overcome them, which can be super helpful for anyone in the PM field. Plus, he’s got a great sense of humor, which makes his writing even more enjoyable to read :)

Ken Norton

My favorite reads:

  1. 🌟 “Ken & Lenny on Product Thinking
  2. 🌟 “Product thinking podcast
  3. 🌟 “Flow and Genius

4️⃣. Sachin Rekhi

Sachin Rekhi is a former PM at Google. His blog is all about building successful and ethical products. His writing is thoughtful and well-researched, and he often shares his own experiences as a product manager, which makes his blog super relatable. Definitely worth checking out.

Sachin Rekhi

My favorite picks:

  1. 🌟 “A Primer on Cultivating Taste from Legendary Producer Rick Rubin
  2. 🌟 “Video: How Today’s Product Builders Find Product/Market Fit
  3. 🌟 “Video: Product Strategy, Getting Buy-In, and Startup Ideas

5️⃣. The Department of Product by Richard Holmes and Jason Leonard

Richard Holmes and Jason Leonard are PM consultants. Their blog is a great resource for product managers who want to learn about how to build products that are both user-centered and data-driven. What makes them unique is their focus on building user-centered products and using data to drive decision-making.

My favorite picks:

  1. 🌟 “Alternative Product Business Models — Department of Product
  2. 🌟 “Webhooks Explained for Product Managers — Department of Product
  3. 🌟 “How to Write Tasks for Usability Testing — Department of Product

6️⃣. Userpilot

Userpilot is a product adoption platform that helps SaaS companies increase user engagement and retention. Their blog is full of great articles on topics like user onboarding, feature adoption, customer retention, and product analytics. If you’re a PM, I highly recommend following the Userpilot blog. It’s a great way to learn new things, stay ahead of the curve, and improve your PM skills.

Userpilot Team

My favorite picks:

  1. 🌟 “SaaS Onboarding: Examples + Best Practices [UPDATED for 2023] (userpilot.com)
  2. 🌟 “15 Best Product Management Software Tools for PMs in 2023 (userpilot.com)
  3. 🌟 “Feedback UI: Humanizing The SaaS User Interface With Visual Design (userpilot.com)

7️⃣. Roman Pichler by Roman

Roman Pichler is a product management consultant and author of the book “Product Management Essentials.” If you’re looking for a great resource to learn about product strategy, leadership, and delivery, then you should definitely check out Roman Pichler’s blog. Roman is an internationally renowned product management expert, and his blog is full of insightful articles, videos, and tools. In his blog, Roman covers a wide range of topics, including:

  • Product vision and strategy
  • Product roadmaps
  • User research
  • Agile product development
  • Product metrics & much more!

Roman Pichler

My favorite picks:

  1. 🌟 “How to Capture the Product Vision
  2. 🌟 “A Framework for Offering Feedback in Product Management
  3. 🌟 “What Exactly is a Product Strategy?

8️⃣. Product Talk by Teresa Torres

Do you ever feel like you’re just guessing what your customers want? Or that you’re constantly building things that no one uses? If so, you need to check out Product Talk by Teresa Torres. Teresa is a product discovery coach who helps teams build better products by getting feedback from real customers. The blog teaches you how to get real customer feedback in a structured and sustainable way, guides you to build products that people actually want and use. Overall , the confidence to make better product decisions. Teresa Torres is the author of the book “Talking to Users.” 🗣

Teresa Torres

My favorite reads:

  1. 🌟 “Product in Practice: One Product Manager’s Quest to Adopt Continuous Discovery at Her Company — Product Talk
  2. 🌟 “Ask Teresa: How Can You Test a Customer’s Willingness to Pay? — Product Talk
  3. 🌟 “Understanding How Product Outcomes Connect to Revenue and Costs — Product Talk

9️⃣. The Product Collective —

If you’re looking for a community of like-minded folks who are passionate about building great products, then you need to check out The Product Collective. This rad organization offers a ton of resources for product managers, including:

  • A weekly newsletter with the latest product management news and insights.
  • A private Slack community where you can connect with other product managers and ask questions.
  • A library of online courses and tutorials on product management topics.
  • A conference called INDUSTRY that brings together product managers from all over the world.

My favourite picks:

  1. 🌟 “Transitioning from Product Manager to Product Leader
  2. 🌟 “Pairing Interactive Product Demos with Your Product Led Growth Go To Market
  3. 🌟 “Top Product Management Conferences To Attend In 2023

That’s all for this blog, hope you gain infinite value out of following and learning from these product veterans!

I’m a product manager myself, and I know how hard it can be to find good resources on the topic. That’s why I started writing this blog.

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Bhavya Singh

Product Manager Generalist | B2B/B2C SaaS | ISB | Hyper focussed PM on Growth & UX. https://www.linkedin.com/in/bhavyasingh | Comment on any blog for a 1:1 call