Blogs - frequently updated websites that can be from a personal or professional perspective - are some of the most interesting sources of content on the Web. But how do you find the blogs you might be interested in? Here are a few different methods you can try.
If you use Google Reader, you can use the More Like This feature. Click on one of your subscriptions, then click "Feed Settings". The "More Like This" link will show up with blogs similar to the ones you are already subscribed to.
Use the related: search query. I use this all the time with great success. In Google (unfortunately not in Bing or Yahoo), simply type in related:www.websearch.about.com or whatever URL you are looking for, and Google will bring back a nice list of similar sites and blogs.
Use a blog search engine. There are a couple of blog search engines out there I would recommend; you can read about them here: Blog Search Engines.
Use Blogger. Blogger is a free blogging platform that offers millions of blogs in every conceivable subject. Once you've signed in for a free account, on your profile home page, you can browse "Blogs of Note", a constantly revolving buffet of interesting content.
Use a blogroll. Blogrolls are simply collections of links placed on a blog that the blogger enjoys and wants to recommend to you. Click on a few of these links and you can hit paydirt.
Read a community site. There are many sites that invite the contributions of the community; these include Digg, Reddit, Metafilter, Popurls, and Lifehacker. Browse through the content on these sites and you most likely will find blogs that strike your fancy.