With top marketing bloglists popping up all over, from the ‘original’ Top 25 Marketing blogs from Mack Collier to Todd And’s Power 150. From the z-lists to Jaffe’s March Blogness, … I’m reading many blogs on marketing but if you would ask me which are the ones I like most, which are the ones that I think stand out on a continuous basis – this would be my list:
- Seth Godin’s blog
- CK’s blog
- Micro Persuasion
- Influential Interactive Marketing
- Marketing Profs Daily Fix
- Transmission Content + Creative
- Creating Passionate Users
- Advertising Lab
- Marketing Pilgrim
- The Viral Garden
- Guy Kawasaki
I’ve had a chance to meet few of them in real life or via email already, all great marketers really, and I can only hope I’ll get to know all the others on this list as well.
If you want to have a look at the other feeds that I check on a daily basis, I share them over here. I’ll probably do a hotlist on Advertising one of these days as well.
[Update: added Jaffejuice and Guy Kawasaki which should be on that list as well – note to self: focus!]
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No Jaffe Juice on that list???
I’ll bet you don’t listen to Across the Sound either (www.acrossthesound.net)
I’m crushed :(
Shame on me, forgetting Jaffe Juice… and Guy Kawasaki as well now I look at my list again. I think I got it complete now though.
And no Joseph, I had Across the Sound on my iPod for a while but didn’t get to listen to it, which counts for all podcasts really.
Now I come to think of it, my second ever blogpost was about a presentation you did in Belgium – thanks to Karin.
I just appreciate your time–be it reading my blog or keeping me up-to-date over e-mail. Thanks for the kind words; made this marketer’s day ;-)
Wow. That’s great company you have me with. Thanks so much, Kris. Just glad to see the dot over on your part of the map when I check Google Analytics. Keep reading.
thanks for the kuddos … :-) what a list !!
Thanks for including me. Better late than never, right? :-)
Thanks, Kris. Much appreciate your thumbs up!