Entrepreneurship is more popular than ever. A significant reason for that happening is the launch of Shark Tank in August of 2009. Nine Seasons later, people who never thought about entrepreneurship suddenly are calling themselves entrepreneurs.

My first blog post about Shark Tank came on the night of the very first episode, and I kept writing more. My blog took off receiving a massive amount of traffic. At that point, I moved the Shark Tank content into a branded blog and brought a partner on to help with the blog. I fully expected that having a partner would make the blog that much better, but it proved to be a massive challenge and burden. That's when I decided to get out of the Shark Tank Blogging.

I've decided to get back into writing about Shark Tank again. My content is unique to most other bloggers because they don't have the experience and the vision that comes with my experience. Instead, I'm moving to showing a different view of entrepreneurship and opportunity. Of course, I'll give you the background to each company and Shark as well.

Learn more about Shark Tank and my perspective on the companies presenting.Shark Tank Investors

Four of the five original investors are still active on Shark Tank. They are Kevin O'Leary, Daymond John, Robert Herjavec, and Barbara Corcoran. Mark Cuban joined the show in season two appearing in select episodes and then full time beginning in season three. Lori Greiner appears regularly starting in season three as well.

All other Shark investors appearing on Shark Tank are guest Sharks. Other Sharks include Sara Blakely, Richard Branson, Troy Carter, John Paul DeJoria, Jeff Foxworthy, Bethany Frankel, Ashton Kutcher, Rohan Oza, Alex Rodriguez, Chris Sacca, Steve Tisch, and Nick Woodman.

Shark Tank Seasons

New release episodes of Shark Tank appear on ABC, with reruns airing on CNBC. All episodes of the Show is available on demand through Amazon.

Shark Tank Media Links

Shark Tank Investor Links