NickWritten by NickJul 09, 2020

Top 27 Digital Marketing Blogs Read by Marketers. Recommended by Experts from Visme, Readdle, Freshworks

If you’ve just found yourself reading this, you probably already know what you’ll get from this article. Here gathered are 27 the most useful and interesting digital marketing blogs that many experts find trustworthy and content-rich.

1. Ahrefs
2. Backlinko
3. HubSpot
4. Animalz
5. The Moz Blog
6. Search Engine Journal
7. Grow and Convert
8. Andrew Chen
9. CXL
10. Inside Intercom
11. Neil Patel
12. Social Media Today
13. Social Media Examiner
14. Marketing Profs
15. Medium Marketing
16. SaaStr
17. The Hustle
18. Buffer Blog
19. Reddit Digital Marketing
20. Reforge
21. Sixteen Ventures
22. Seth's blog
23. Growth Hackers
24. Fizzle.co
25. Copyhackers
26. Harvard Business Review
27. Agora Pulse

We have contacted industry experts with 5+ years of experience to help build the list of the essential sources of marketing inspiration and tips they read regularly. So, it’s just the list you’ve been looking for.

For each item, you will find a short description of why we included a particular blog, as well as some tips from the experts. Without further ado, let’s get into it!

1. Ahrefs

ahrefs

Area: SEO and link building

What you’ll learn: best SEO practices, outreach, and link building strategies

Read by marketing experts: Farzad Rashidi from Visme, Michał Leszczyński from Get Response, Felix Winstone from Talkative, Maria Henyk from Readdle, Aazar Ali Shad from Userpilot, Jana Rumberger from Selz, Leonid Pavlovsky from Business Care Agency

Where to start from:

Ahrefs is a well-known SEO and traffic analyzing tool. It’s no surprise their blog is focused on these things too. You will find both search engine optimization fundamentals and up-to-date information on how to optimize your SERP appearance.

The blog by Ahrefs is the resource you can check every now and then to find out what to do with yet another Google search engine update. But if you don’t know why it is so important, you still can find the beginner guides on SEO, link building, and website traffic analytics. So, Ahrefs is a place to learn technical aspects of content marketing for people with any amount of skills.

“They have an amazing data-backed content on each topic. I love the depth of it. Also, I watch their Youtube videos. Very entertaining. So they have a right mix of selling it to me, educational, and entertainment.”
Aazar Ali Shad
Aazar Ali Shad, Head of Growth Userpilot, 5+ years of experience in marketing and growth hacking

“This is a must for any content marketer and SEO. They have great and detailed guides, tutorials, and case studies.”
Maria Henyk
Maria Henyk
, PR and Content Marketing Specialist at Readdle, 5 years of experience in journalism and content marketing

2. Backlinko

Backlinko

Area: SEO and link building

What you’ll learn: actionable SEO advice and effective link building strategies

Read by marketing experts: Lilach Bullock from Lilach Bullock Ltd., Felix Winstone from Talkative, Farzad Rashidi from Visme, Michelle del Rio from Selz

Where to start from:

Backlinko is a nice way to learn more about SEO practices. Their newsletter focuses on exclusive tips, strategies, and case studies. So, it’s an essential addition to the blog. Plus, the subscribers receive content as soon as it’s created, which makes it easier to learn new things.

Brian Dean, the creator of Backlinko, strives to make his guides full of useful insights and actionable tips so that the readers know exactly how to use them. For instance, you can learn from his articles how to create an XML sitemap, what a hreflang tag is, and so on.

Backlinko is a library of constantly updated guides and practices on how to improve your SEO game. It is useful for junior marketers who want to become better SEO specialists and for senior experts who would like to learn new amazing approaches.

"My favourite marketing blog has to be Brian Dean's Backlinko; he doesn't blog that often but each guide, list or blog he publishes is extremely high-quality and provides some of the best, easiest-to-follow SEO advice. And because SEO is so incredibly important, no matter your niche or industry, you should definitely bookmark his blog to learn how to optimize your website, drive more organic traffic and build quality links."
Lilach Bullock
Lilach Bullock
, Founder Lilach Bullock Ltd., experienced SEO-driven content marketer, digital and tech influencer

"Ahrefs and Backlinko are both superb for all things digital marketing - reading both will put you on the right track to inbound marketing mastery!"
Felix Winstone
Felix Winstone
, Director Talkative, 5+ years of experience in marketing and sales

3. HubSpot

HubSpot

Area: inbound marketing

What you’ll learn: how to attract customers by creating valuable tailored content

Read by marketing experts: Scott Friesen from Simpletivity, Lilach Bullock from Lilach Bullock Ltd., Sergio Asenjo from IEBS, Michelle del Rio from Selz

Where to start from:

HubSpot’s blog is a place you can turn to every day. They have lots of content that covers inbound marketing strategy, social media marketing tips, SEO use guides, etc. As HubSpot’s content creators’ team is rumored to have more than 50 people, you can find their thoughts on any inbound marketing aspect.

In addition to a comprehensive blog, you can download HubSpot’s ebooks and case studies that can help learn whether a popular practice fits your strategy. And if you want to master some basic skills, HubSpot Academy is a nice place to start. They offer video guides on inbound marketing, SMM, email marketing, and related stuff.

“Hubspot always has downloadable guides and templates. These offer a lot of ideas and inspiration, I especially love the marketing strategy template.”
Michelle del Rio
Michelle del Rio
, Director of Growth Selz, 5 years of experience in marketing and sales

"HubSpot's Marketing Blog is probably one of the best marketing resources out there. It’s packed with great tips for marketers, which is great if you need to stay up to date with the latest marketing and sales tips."
Sergio Asenjo
Sergio Asenjo
, Teacher of the Social Media Analysis course at IEBS, almost 10 years of experience in content marketing, inbound sales and social media analysis

“Another blog I'd recommend to all marketers and businesses is the Hubspot marketing blog. This one is updated regularly and it covers pretty much any marketing topic you can think of, from social media to SEO and to conversion optimization. Plus, I love their templates, checklists and other resources.”
Lilach Bullock
Lilach Bullock
, Founder Lilach Bullock Ltd., experienced SEO-driven content marketer, digital and tech influencer

4. Animalz

Animalz

Area: content marketing

What you’ll learn: how to build a content strategy for long-term sustainable growth

Read by marketing experts: Michał Leszczyński from Get Response, Kacper Staniul from Prowly

Where to start from:

Animalz blog is dedicated to content marketing. Instead of complicated SEO technicity, authors provide tips and insights on how to make one’s content interesting while converting visitors into leads.

Of course, making your website SEO-friendly is a must, but so is producing quality content. It’s always better (or at least equally important) to have a competent and useful blog that people reshare than generating tons of content nobody needs. That’s what Animalz focus their articles on.

Thus, this blog is a nice source of advice and inspiration for content marketing managers and writers, as well as those who control this process in your organization.

"In pursuit of traffic, many marketing blogs just focus on high-search volume keywords. This isn't the case with the blog run by the folks at Animalz. It offers valuable insights, authors' personal opinions, case studies, and examples of strategies that work. On top of that, the authors often discuss topics we tend to lose the meaning of, like the different understanding of top, middle, and bottom of the funnel content."
Michał Leszczyński
Michał Leszczyński
, Content Marketing Manager Get Response, 8 years of experience in content marketing

5. The Moz Blog

The Moz Blog

Area: SEO and online marketing

What you’ll learn: how to level-up your SEO by applying practical advice and how-tos

Read by marketing experts: Helga Zabalkanskaya from Newoldstamp, Maria Henyk from Readdle

Where to start from:

Moz is another professional SEO tool, and their blog has all you need to know regarding this huge topic. Moz Academy is a set of courses any digital marketing specialist should go through. They provide all the fundamentals of search engine optimization techniques.

As for the blog, Moz covers all the current trends in SEO that may help you get better results with your website optimization. Their articles focus on how to combine raw technical aspects of content creation with creativity.

Marketing experts advise referring to Moz every once in a while because the resource is run by trustworthy SEO professionals. If you have a question on whether you should use a particular practice on your website, Moz is one of the essential places to look for the answer.

“Another great SEO blog. For all beginners, I can especially recommend their Beginner’s Guide to SEO.”
Maria Henyk
Maria Henyk
, PR and Content Marketing Specialist at Readdle, 5 years of experience in journalism and content marketing

6. Search Engine Journal

Search Engine Journal

Area: SEO and social media marketing

What you’ll learn: how to strengthen your SEO by applying the latest best practices

Read by marketing experts: Radhika Bhangolai from Freshworks, Farzad Rashidi from Visme

Where to start from:

Search Engine Journal has its own look on every Google search engine update. They post in-depth researches on what new updates are about and then analyze their impact. So, it’s a useful read if you want to know what steps to make regarding upcoming SEO tendencies.

As for social media marketing, Search Engine Journal has pieces on how to optimize B2C company accounts to get more leads. Things like Snapchat users’ behavior or Instagram content optimization are among the most interesting and relevant topics in this field.

“Keeping up with the latest Google algorithm updates and best practices.”
Farzad Rashidi
Farzad Rashidi
, Co-Founder Respona, Director of Marketing Visme, helped Visme gain over 4 million users and pass 1.5M monthly organic traffic. Since then, he’s been helping other companies achieve the same success via Respona

7. Grow and Convert

Grow and Convert

Area: content marketing

What you’ll learn: how to grow your business through content marketing

Read by marketing experts: Michał Leszczyński from Get Response, Kacper Staniul from Prowly

Where to start from:

Grow and Convert’s blog is full of content marketing guides. They aim at helping subscribers turn their blog posts into lead-generation tools. Starting from building a content strategy, all the way to using SEO for conversions increase, Grow and Convert helps get better results at any stage of blog development.

In addition, there is a large number of case studies this marketing blog offers, which is the best way to learn new things from content marketing professionals. You can find video interviews and podcasts at Grow and Convert.

8. Andrew Chen

Andrew Chen

Area: growth hacking

What you’ll learn: advice on startups, growth, metrics, and network effects from a Silicon Valley insider

Read by marketing experts: Helga Zabalkanskaya from Newoldstamp, Nazar Begen from Crello

Where to start from:

Growth hacking is surely a special art in marketing. The biggest issue it has is associated with understanding what you should and should not try. That’s where Andrew Chen’s newsletter may come in handy.

Being a general partner at Andreessen Horowitz and investing in lots of startups right from Silicon Valley, Andrew shares the best insights and practices with his subscribers. Being a credible expert, he can advise on things that can actually work (or have worked before). So, if you’re building a new startup or trying to scale with no limitations, definitely subscribe to Andrew Chen.

"Andrew Chen is a partner at Andreessen Horowitz and an advisor/investor for tech startups including AngelList, Barkbox, Dropbox, Product Hunt, and others. In articles he is focused on startups and growth. The content is really helpful if you have any startup or growth related question."
Nazar Begen
Nazar Begen
, Chief Marketing Officer Crello, experienced marketing professional with a demonstrated history of working in the information technology and services industry

9. CXL

CXL

Area: data-driven marketing

What you’ll learn: in-depth content that will help you build a data-driven marketing strategy

Read by marketing experts: Aazar Ali Shad from Userpilot, Mehdi T. from Hardbacon

Where to start from:

Oftentimes marketers choose specific strategies without paying much attention to the data they can gather. Making data-driven decisions is what differentiates a professional. CXL’s blog helps with these decisions, posting content on how to gather information and use it for your marketing plans.

The top categories in CXL’s blog are acquisition, testing, and digital analytics. So, many experts refer to this resource seeking proof of their hypothesis or looking for a way to find this proof. Either way, there’s always research-based content at CXL.

“CXL is pure value-based content backed by research or experience. I don’t find many blogs do that.”
Aazar Ali Shad
Aazar Ali Shad
, Head of Growth Userpilot, 5+ years of experience in marketing and growth hacking

"They have the best experts in the world creating original content and are highly skilled in many digital marketing subjects (growth strategy, analytics, CRO, acquisition, content...). It’s great and also truly actionable, not generic advice you can hear from Neil Patel :) my 2 cents!"
Mehdi T.
Mehdi T.
, Head of Growth Hardbacon, 5 years of experience in inbound marketing and project management

10. Inside Intercom

Inside Intercom

Area: Marketing and growth

What you’ll learn: the blog covers a vast range of topics from marketing to product design and growth

Read by marketing experts: Helga Zabalkanskaya from Newoldstamp, Maria Henyk from Readdle

Where to start from:

Intercom is considered an expert company that has come a long way in building convertible marketing strategies. Things like product marketing and growth marketing are often neglected by smaller companies, mostly because they have little resources for testing. So, Inside Intercom is a blog where you can find out what ideas might be worth trying.

In addition to written content, find Intercom’s podcast that takes a peek at marketing processes happening inside Intercom itself. It’s always a good idea to check how market leaders deal with new tendencies or try something out-of-the-box.

“Covers lots of useful things about product marketing, growth, sales based on their experience. Intercom’s crazy ideas helped Newoldstamp feel confident to be crazy as well. With their help, we’ve managed to position ourselves as an email signature marketing expert company.”
Helga Zabalkanskaya
Helga Zabalkanskaya
, CMO Newoldstamp, more than 7 years of experience in marketing strategy and content marketing

“Besides marketing, they cover such topics like product & design, support, etc. They issue beautiful e-books on product, marketing, management, and Jobs to be Done which I highly recommend to download”
Maria Henyk
Maria Henyk
, PR and Content Marketing Specialist at Readdle, 5 years of experience in journalism and content marketing

11. Neil Patel

Neil Patel

Area: SEO and digital marketing

What you’ll learn: how to rank high on Google

Read by marketing experts: Radhika Bhangolai from Freshworks, Michelle del Rio from Selz

Where to start from:

Neil Patel’s blog is close to marketing lifestyle type of content. In his articles, Neil covers simple but thought-provoking questions, like “how do get to the SERP top without paid ads?”

Being a content marketing and SEO expert, Neil Patel shares his findings on using the full power of content. After all, content is what makes your blog noticeable and subscription-valuable.

You can find video guides and interviews at Neil Patel’s blog as well. So, it is a useful resource for content marketers and SEO specialists who want to improve their frameworks.

“Their articles have really helped me ace my SEO game and most of my blogs are ranking on the 1st page of Google.”
Radhika Bhangolai
Radhika Bhangolai
, Growth Marketing Freshworks, more than 10 years of experience in content and product marketing

"He has a great podcast too, and everything he does is full of useful and relevant content."
Michelle del Rio
Michelle del Rio
, Director of Growth Selz, 5 years of experience in marketing and sales

12. Social Media Today

Social Media Today

Area: SMM

What you’ll learn: the latest trends and essential updates in SMM

Read by marketing experts: Lilach Bullock from Lilach Bullock Ltd.

Where to start from:

Successful social media marketing always depends on the updates made by the networks. Social Media Today’s blog keeps marketing managers updated on what’s coming to social platforms and how it can be used for benefit.

There are both news and definitive guides in the blog that help get ready for essential feature releases and algorithm updates that Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, or LinkedIn make. So, if you want to make your posts reach the highest amount of people, do check what Social Media Today has to say.

“Here, you get a mix of news, tips, and interesting studies and stats, focused on social media, although you can also find content on some other related marketing topics as well.”
Lilach Bullock
Lilach Bullock
, Founder Lilach Bullock Ltd., experienced SEO-driven content marketer, digital and tech influencer

13. Social Media Examiner

Social Media Examiner

Area: SMM

What you’ll learn: how to market yourself or your product on social media

Read by marketing experts: Scott Friesen from Simpletivity

Where to start from:

Social Media Examiner is a nice place to start learning social media marketing. They have a bunch of comprehensive guides on how to use SMM for business. Also, there is a news section that keeps subscribers updated on the latest trends.

Social Media Examiner has a podcast show, a YouTube channel, and a newsletter all dedicated to shedding more light on how to be effective with SMM.

This blog is useful for creating a whole new strategy for promoting your business on social media. But you can also check it out every once in a while to update your current plans and adjust the content you post.

“There are an awful lot of people who claim to be social media experts. With this comes a mountain of advice as to what you should and shouldn't do when it comes to managing your brand online. Social Media Examiner always gives me great insight and creative new ideas as to how I can present myself in the best way to my clients.”
Scott Friesen
Scott Friesen
, Founder Simpletivity, productivity specialist and time management expert with almost 10-year experience in the field

14. Marketing Profs

Marketing Profs

Area: digital marketing, inbound marketing

What you’ll learn: essential aspects of building a successful marketing strategy

Read by marketing experts: Jana Rumberger from Selz

Where to start from:

Marketing Profs is a resource where you can learn lots of things about digital marketing. They have some courses, as well as free articles on the best marketing practices.

The best thing about Marketing Profs though is the webinars they host every now and then. Most of them are free, so you can hear advice from the industry experts yourself live.

The blog covers most digital marketing aspects, such as building a strategy, planning, communication, analyzing, and managing your work. It is a nice place to check if your marketing routine is efficient enough and what you should definitely improve.

“I love the voice of Ann Handley's writing, and their webinars are full of interesting information that I can actually execute with a small team.”
Jana Rumberger
Jana Rumberger
, Content Manager Selz, more than 20 years of experience in writing SEO optimized blogs and web content.

15. Medium Marketing

Medium Marketing

Area: digital marketing

What you’ll learn: anything you need to know about marketing

Read by marketing experts: Sergio Asenjo from IEBS

Where to start from:

If you’re looking for a place to get an unbiased opinion or advice on marketing (or pretty much anything else) try Medium. The ability to post anything freely makes this social media platform a resource where you can find the most astonishing thoughts and views on digital marketing.

The fact that anyone can come and write their opinion in a blog post makes Medium awesome. People from many different industries add their tips and tricks that help them get the most from marketing. So, you can always find a useful piece on Medium.

“I also find myself spending time on Medium, where you can find great posts on marketing, social media, businesses and leadership.”
Sergio Asenjo
Sergio Asenjo
, Teacher of the Social Media Analysis course at IEBS, almost 10 years of experience in content marketing, inbound sales and social media analysis

16. SaaStr

SaaStr

Area: growth marketing, fundraising

What you’ll learn: how to grow your company on any stage told by guest experts

Read by marketing experts: Felix Winstone from Talkative

Where to start from:

SaaStr concentrates on the business side of marketing in their blog. They often invite guests from huge companies to discuss how they got to the top and what growth techniques they’ve used.

If you’re a founder or want to become a marketing expert with business background, SaaStr’s blog is a must-read. Needless to say, most of their content is dedicated to Software-as-a-Service type of products. But you will find interesting things about scaling your company regardless of what your business is like.

SaaStr also publishes regular growth marketing pieces, studying what things work good in getting new leads or finding new market segments.

“SaaStr is perhaps the more unusual one of these, it has some fantastic guests and advice on all aspects of marketing, but typically through the lens of B2B tech. For example one of my favourite guests was the co-founder of Intercom, who articulately described the benefits of brand building in 2020.”
Felix Winstone
Felix Winstone
, Director Talkative, 5+ years of experience in marketing and sales

17. The Hustle

The Hustle

Area: business and entrepreneurship

What you’ll learn: the latest worldwide news in the business field

Read by marketing experts: Jamie Turner from 60SecondMarketer.com

Where to start from:

The Hustle is a creative and nimble business news resource. They always publish stories that are fun to read, still balancing with business-oriented content.

Being a professional marketer, you just have to know the latest trends and groundbreaking news. Maybe this knowledge will help you create a nice post on social media or write a thought-provoking article. Or maybe you just want to relax during a difficult day. The Hustle is definitely a nice way to stay in touch with the business world.

“I’m a regular reader of several blogs and e-newsletters. I’ve found The Hustle to be an excellent e-newsletter with news and information about business, culture, and humanity.”
Jamie Turner
Jamie Turner
, author, speaker, and the CEO of 60SecondMarketer.com, helped The Coca-Cola Company, AT&T, Holiday Inn, and other global brands solve complex marketing and business problems

18. Buffer Blog

Buffer Blog

Area: SMM

What you’ll learn: the best SMM techniques and latest trends

Read by marketing experts: Daniel Francavilla from Now Creative Group

Where to start from:

Buffer is a social media management tool. So, their blog is dedicated to helping marketers get the most out of their business social accounts.

Things like marketing in Pinterest or Instagram stories are often difficult to embrace for B2B companies. Buffer’s blog may be of use for those who want to convert followers’ social activity into buying activity.

Read Buffer if your social media marketing efforts are going nowhere or if you want to scale drastically.

19. Reddit Digital Marketing

Reddit Digital Marketing

Area: digital marketing

What you’ll learn: ask and answer any questions related to marketing

Read by marketing experts: Sergio Asenjo from IEBS

Where to start from:

Reddit is a place where anyone can discuss anything. A Digital Marketing subreddit is created to help marketers from all over the world ask questions they’re too afraid to ask in real life. If you want to know the opinion of professionals around the globe, Reddit is a nice place to talk to them.

There are always trending discussions that you can follow and read to find awesome insights. The cool thing is that the Digital Marketing subreddit does not belong to any company or individual making it an unbiased source of people’s actual opinions. Since you can freely talk about anything, there’s always a place for uncomfortable or twofold ideas.

“Reddit (specially r/digitalmarketing) can also be a great tool to get insights, tips and ideas from experts.”
Sergio Asenjo
Sergio Asenjo
, Teacher of the Social Media Analysis course at IEBS, almost 10 years of experience in content marketing, inbound sales and social media analysis

20. Reforge

Reforge

Area: product marketing, growth marketing

What you’ll learn: how to promote your product and scale on the market

Read by marketing experts: Helga Zabalkanskaya from Newoldstamp

Where to start from:

In their blog, Reforge uses a simplified approach to difficult matters, such as growth marketing and growth hacking techniques. The “endless” canvas of their blog posts is hard to stop reading.

Making data-driven while using a bit of creativity is what helps a product marketing manager outrun the competition. Considering the numbers but proposing unique things to do, Reforge’s blog is a place where you can find inspiration to grow.

You can also apply to Reforge’s programs dedicated to helping marketing professionals become even more professional.

“Reforge has tons of useful information for product marketers. Their posts will help you to create data-driven strategies and marketing campaigns.”
Helga Zabalkanskaya
Helga Zabalkanskaya
, CMO Newoldstamp, more than 7 years of experience in marketing strategy and content marketing

21. Sixteen Ventures

Sixteen Ventures

Area: sales acceleration and growth marketing

What you’ll learn: how to grow your business with customers’ reactions in mind

Read by marketing experts: Nazar Begen from Crello

Where to start from:

Lincoln Murphy’s blog focuses on making growth-led decisions that depend on customers’ feedback. Oftentimes, proposing new ways of promotion, marketing managers forget about the reason why they’re doing it in the first place.

Listening to your customers and making business-wide decisions based on their experience with your product is almost a super-skill. Sixteen Ventures help their subscribers learn to understand the feedback and differentiate useful testimonials from gibberish.

“Lincoln Murphy’s blog about customer-centric marketing.”
Nazar Begen
Nazar Begen
, Chief Marketing Officer Crello, experienced marketing professional with a demonstrated history of working in the information technology and services industry

22. Seth's blog

Seth

Area: business and entrepreneurship

What you’ll learn: an out-of-the-box approach to things you already know

Read by marketing experts: Scott Friesen from Simpletivity

Where to start from:

Seth Godin’s blog is a source of inspiration for anyone who loves marketing and wants to be successful in a modern business world. There are tons of short and to-the-point pieces that you can apply in your work life to succeed.

You can find books and podcasts on Seth’s blog. But simply subscribing to the newsletter would be enough. Sometimes, it’s nice to read something general and soft-skill oriented. After all, soft skills are what defines us as professionals.

23. Growth Hackers

Growth Hackers

Area: growth marketing and growth hacking

What you’ll learn: growth techniques by industry professionals

Read by marketing experts: Nazar Begen from Crello

Where to start from:

GrowthHackers’ blog is all about growth hacking and how to apply it. They gather marketing data and analyze big companies’ techniques in growth marketing, and then present those to subscribers.

The community both produces unique content and shares the best articles online. There are lots of real case studies, Q&As, and growth hacking ideas you can learn from or use yourself.

You can also learn and run GrowthHackers’ experiments to apply things you learn from the blog in your company.

“This resource aggregates best articles about growth and marketing from real experts.”
Nazar Begen
Nazar Begen
, Chief Marketing Officer Crello, experienced marketing professional with a demonstrated history of working in the information technology and services industry

24. Fizzle.co

Fizzle.co

Area: business and marketing

What you’ll learn: how to start a business online and promote it properly

Read by marketing experts: Preston Lee from Millo.co

Where to start from:

Fizzle talks about the essential skills you need to run a successful business. They focus on inspirational things that any first-time business person must read.

There are multiple topics on Fizzle’s blog that help in content marketing, growth marketing, business technologies, and the lifestyle of an entrepreneur. While all these may seem like a bunch of totally different categories, a successful business owner should know a bit about everything if they want their work to be noticed.

“They take a very human approach to marketing your solo business that is refreshing and exciting. Their podcast is a must-listen.”
Preston Lee
Preston Lee
, Founder Millo.co, 11 years of experience in team management and content writing

25. Copyhackers

Copyhackers

Area: copywriting, blogging, and growth

What you’ll learn: how to create a catchy text content

Read by marketing experts: Kacper Staniul from Prowly

Where to start from:

Creating a good piece of content affects things far beyond blog writing. Your cold email being persuasive enough or your customer clicking the CTA button depends on how interesting and relatable your words are.

Copyhackers’ blog is aimed at helping copywriters and marketers grow their business with content. There are multiple pieces on guest posting, emailing, and landing pages copywriting that help marketing teams promote anything they want with a pure power of words.

"Joanna Wiebe's website is a one-stop shop for all things conversion copywriting. If you want to learn about crafting high-converting copy for any type of content, be it website, ad, or email, Copyhackers is your best bet. Even though I'm not a copywriter myself, I always get plenty of insightful tips that help me when working with other copywriters. I particularly recommend Copyhackers' webinars - there are tons of super valuable recordings, from beginner to advanced."
Kacper Staniul
Kacper Staniul
, Growth Prowly, 5+ years of experience in creating and executing full-funnel growth strategy

26. Harvard Business Review

Harvard Business Review

Area: business and inspiration

What you’ll learn: the latest news on business topics and how to write them

Read by marketing experts: Jana Rumberger from Selz

Where to start from:

Harvard Business Review is a kind of resource you can check every now and then for inspiration. They do an amazing job turning everyday news into comprehensive and eye-catching posts.

Many marketing experts often relate to this blog when they want to create content that will catch readers’ attention. The tone of voice Harvard Business Review uses is useful to replicate in press releases.

In addition to that, there are always interesting news articles to read at Harvard Business Review.

“This blog helps me think about content and the topics we write about from another direction. It helps me think more creatively.”
Jana Rumberger
Jana Rumberger
, Content Manager Selz, more than 20 years of experience in writing SEO optimized blogs and web content.

27. Agora Pulse

Agora Pulse

Area: SMM

What you’ll learn: how to manage your social media accounts and use them for marketing

Read by marketing experts: Jamie Turner from 60SecondMarketer.com

Where to start from:

Agora Pulse is a social media management blog that helps organize marketers’ routine on SMM. Surely, creating a post that will get you hundreds of new followers is nice. But when you have to do this three times every week, things might get difficult.

You can find useful tools reviews, best practices in SMM, and how to abuse social media platforms to make them work for you, all at Agore Pulse blog. Also, they have a free eBook on social media marketing, so you can get that too.

“When it comes to social media, I love the AgoraPulse blog – they run tests to see what works and what doesn’t work”
Jamie Turner
Jamie Turner
, author, speaker, and the CEO of 60SecondMarketer.com, helped The Coca-Cola Company, AT&T, Holiday Inn, and other global brands solve complex marketing and business problems

Conclusion

We at Newoldstamp have started from scratch a few years ago, filling our blog with various content that (we can say now) was not that great. But it was honest work we did at the time.

With the help of millions of words of information we’ve been gathering from most of the blogs mentioned, we managed to boost our website traffic from thousands to hundreds of thousands of visitors per month.

Was it difficult? You bet! But looking back we can only imagine how MUCH MORE difficult it would be without all the inspiration and tips we used by experts’ advice.

Hopefully, this huge list will help some of you who are currently trying to produce awesome content, grow their business, and become a company that customers truly love.

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Nick

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