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There are thousands of blogs dedicated to various topics related to marketing. Here, we've compiled seven of our favorites dedicated to social media marketing. We hope you consider marketingcloud.com a go-to-resource as well!
In no particular order: Ten social media marketing blogs every social pro should follow are:
Delivers all kinds of great advice about what it takes to be successful online. Content covers the spectrum from social media and content marketing to email marketing.
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Brian Solis is a principal analyst at Altimeter Group. A digital analyst, anthropologist, and futurist, Solis writes extensively about the effects of emerging technology on business, marketing, and culture.
Jeff is a blogger, author, strategist and speaker who works with companies and executives to optimize their online personal and company brands with digital, content and social media marketing. His blog is about all things to do with social media marketing, content marketing, and digital marketing.
Looking for unbiased and unfiltered advice from experienced social media leaders like you? This is site brings you peer-to-peer sharing, collaboration, and support from other social marketing pros.
A popular resource for all things content marketing-especially those in large and mid-sized B2B and B2C organizations.
Haven't encountered Jay Baer yet? You will. He literally wrote the book on social media and social business, publishes one of the world's most popular social media blogs, and we produces the world's #1 marketing podcast - Social Pros.
Produced by ZDNet and managed by Eileen Brown, Social Business covers an array of social media marketing topics. Coverage tends to include a heavy emphasis on technology news.
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