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You know that feeling you get when you find a new blog that is just loaded with good information? Get ready to have that feeling 50 times in row. Marketers need good resources to make good decisions. And to be quite frank, there is a lot of junk out there. We spend a lot of time reading marketing blogs to stay in the know about the latest and greatest. If you want to know exactly what most people read, you’ve come to the right place. This is exactly what you will find in our RSS readers.
Author’s NOTE: Of course, there are more than 50 great Marketing Blogs out there. Did we miss one that should be on this list? Let us know.
AnnieLytics / @AnnieCushing is famous for her Must-Have Tools Google Doc. Just click the link and you will understand why.
Blog Tyrant / @blogtyrant Ramsay Taplin makes a living monetizing blogs. Luckily for us, he explains exactly how he does it. Join the Tyrant Troops to learn more about A/B testing, SEO, conversion optimization & a lot more.
Boost Blog Traffic / @JonMorrow I first discovered Jon, when he published Google Authorship: The Complete Handbook to Getting Respect, Readers and Rankings. This guide is truly complete.
Buffer / @Buffer has become the startup standard-bearer when it comes to blogging. They have built a community around their company culture & smart content. As a result, the blog has grown to more than 700,000 monthly readers. But that’s not all. Buffer is unique in that their culture is their marketing strategy. To Buffer, this means openness and transparency. All content is marketing, and Buffer proves it with this blog.
Business Casual Copywriting / @JoelKlettke is a quick-witted, talented freelance writer from Alberta, Canada. After spending a few years as an agency-side SEO, Klettke left his job to start Business Casual Copywriting. His work can often be found on the iAcquire blog, and his humor can always be found on Twitter.
Campaign Monitor / @campaignmonitor Creativity & beautiful design are important elements of modern marketing. The Campaign Monitor blog, run by community manager Ros Hodgekiss, digs into the art & the science of email marketing.
Content Marketing Institute / @CMIcontent
Joe Pulizzi has built a powerhouse of a blog. The Content Marketing Institute site is a massive marketing resource, complete with online training, e-books & original research. If you are new to the site, start here.
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