Helpful Social Media Blogs

By a variety of counts, there are over 450 million “active” blogs. I get asked quite often which one’s are best for helpful social media information. There are some pretty good ones, but there are some tried and true that are my go-to’s.  There are some that I dig into for the meat of social media, but this list is not for that. This list includes blogs that are written by people who get to the point and help share what they’ve learned.

  1. Socialbrite – This site is written specifically for non-profits, however the information given is great for any business or individual who are looking to better their skills.
  2. Socialnomics – Erik can get heady sometimes, but all in all he shares great information. I feel safe in saying he is the king of statitsics and case studies.
  3. Heidi Cohen– Heidi’s blog is an “actionable” marketing blog, but that means she’s a well-rounded blogger that touches on everything needed to keep you up to snuff with integrated marketing tips.
  4. Pushing Social – Stanford specializes in blogging while integrating it with other social media outlets.
  5. Jeff Bullas – Jeff is pretty straightforward as far giving information that is digestible and manageable.

As already mentioned, there are a lot of options out there for helpful social media blogs, but if you haven’t checked out the above list, please do. It will be worth your while!

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7 comments
Nguyenchinh
Nguyenchinh

they are? Speak the language theyxe đẩy jumbo  use and understand. Throwing out acronyms may make you feel like you know your product, but you’ve lost your customer.  This also includes how you talk to your

 

Nguyenchinh
Nguyenchinh

you’re too busy talking. Ređồng hồ nước chính hãng lationships are formed through conversations.Stop forcing your language onto your customers.Your followers are not a part of your corporate team so why talk to them as if

 

Nguyenchinh
Nguyenchinh

There are enough companies that thang nhôm ghế lucano annoy their audience online, on tv and on radio. Don’t be that company. Megaphone marketing doesn’t build relationships. You can’t be a solution provider if

 

Nguyenchinh
Nguyenchinh

providers and if you don’t give that to them, your competitor will be happy to step in and take them. It’s about showing that potential cbảng từ cao cấp lient that you care about their needs and they are important to you.

Nguyenchinh
Nguyenchinh

Humanizing your digital voiceXe đẩy hàng is a must now days. Long gone are the companies that churn and burn through their sales leads on a great product alone. Customers want a relationship with their

 

Stanford
Stanford

I appreciate the mention.  I also enjoy Heidi and Jeff Bullas' blog.  Great info all the time.