5 Must Read Marketing Blogs

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Screen shot 2014-10-03 at 11.09.59 AMThe field of marketing is continually evolving. As a business owner, it’s important to keep up with the latest marketing trends and strategies. Reading marketing blogs is an easy way for busy business owners to stay up-to-date. With this in mind, here are 5 must read marketing blogs that even the busiest business owner will want to bookmark for regular reading:

1.Seth’s Blog Seth Godin is a best selling author. He offers up valuable insights in his blog in small digestible portions. As a business owner, you’ll appreciate his “riffs on marketing, respect and the way ideas spread.” Seth’s Blog is a must read for anyone who is interested in becoming better at marketing. As a business owner, it’s important to understand the effects of emerging technology as it relates to business, marketing and culture. This blog offers insights into how emerging technology is impacting society and in turn your business. Visit this blog for thoughtful articles that will make you think critically about your marketing campaigns.

3.Unmarketing Scott Stratten blogs about viral, social and authentic marketing in Unmarketing. His expert insights will help you boost connections and engagement with your customers by developing a stronger, more trustworthy brand. You’ll gain an entirely new perspective on marketing by reading this blog.

4.Copyblogger Marketing requires strong content creation. This blog will help you improve the quality of your content in fun, readable feature articles. There is a wealth of resources on this blog for marketers who are looking to generate, strong, compelling content. Articles discuss everything from writing headlines to brand storytelling.

5.Buffer Blog 
Visit Buffer for a wealth information about online marketing with a focus on social media.   If you’re looking for insights into buyer behavior and marketing, you will appreciate the depth of the well-researched articles offered by Buffer. Expect quality over quantity from Buffer. Posts are typically long form and feature rich, valuable content.
What marketing blogs would you add to the “must read” list?

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