I read a lot of blogs, which I organize into a number of categories. One of those categories is marketing, which is a fruitful domain for bloggers. I thought I’d share the list of marketing blogs I find myself reading every day…
Blog Maverick – The usually long-winded, sometimes incoherent, but always colorful musings and rants of Mark Cuban. Not strictly a marketing blog, as the champion of HD TV and owner of the Dallas Mavericks covers everything from politics to sports to big business.
Buzz Machine – Also not strictly a marketing blog. Jeff Jarvis, a journalism professor at the City University of New York, espouses on the nature of media and communications in general, of which marketing is a subset.
doshdosh – A recent discovery. The author of this blog is apparently a political science and philosophy student in Toronto, but he’s amazingly prolific and super sharp when it comes to discussing the business of doing business online.
Logic + Emotion – There aren’t a lot of new ideas here, but David Armano, VP of Experience at Critical Mass has a gift for articulating in pictures the ways people experience the web.
Made to Stick – The blog companion to the bestselling book on how to communicate ideas so that they stick and spread. They boil it down to a formula that I find myself referring to again and again.
Micro Persuasion – Steve Rubel, Senior VP at Edelman, the world’s largest PR firm is known for his bold pronouncements and sharp insights.
Seth’s Blog – Well-known pundit Seth Godin is a thought leader and guru when it comes to the challenges of marketing in the connected digital age.