Top Marketing Blogs This Week: Email Marketing Tips, Empowerment And More

By January 5, 2013June 28th, 2015From Around The Web
{Web.Search.Social} Marketing Roundup

We love to blog (you may have noticed from the many several-thousand-word posts here) but we also love to read blogs. We find ideas, inspiration and meet some great people.

So I thought it was time to share some of those blogs with you – a roundup of some of the best we find each week so you can learn and be inspired, too.

This week’s selection comes from a group of pretty smart marketers I met through Triberr. As a side note, if you haven’t tried Triberr yet and you’re a blogger or a business person with a blog then make that your “right now” resolution. I guarantee you’ll boost your traffic, find great content and meet awesome people.

As we kick off a new year full of new hopes and new ideas, I encourage you to check out these blogs and to see what else these writers have to share. And if you come across any blogs that you think are worth making a roundup like this, let me know!

10 Email Marketing Tips for 2013

Written by Christine Brady

These are ten to-the-point tips plus one bonus that makes this worth the read. And they’re all things that you can do without a degree in marketing. That means no excuses! And you shouldn’t need to make a whole resolution to get these done. Just start with one today (like setting up a series of autoresponders) and make this a profitable email marketing year for your business.

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5 Steps To An Empowering Year 2013

Written by Aline Hanle

It’s true what they say about list posts being a little addictive. Plunk a number at the front of a post and I’m a happy reader. Deliver on those numbers and I’m a really happy reader! There are some interesting and non-obvious things on this list that will give you food for thought. If you’re in business and need a bit of inspiration, I have two words for you: “magnetic field.” Yup, go read it.

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30 Web Design Mistakes You Should Avoid

Written by Sté Kerwer

This guy is holy-cow prolific and he’s always got something good to say. As for the mistakes he mentions in this post, if you’re still doing these things all I can say is… seriously, it’s 2013. Stop it!

Read it

Your Attitude Is Either The Lock ON, Or The Key TO The Door Of Success

Written by Phil Torcivia

If you’ve never read Phil’s blog, do yourself a favor and add it to your subscription list. He’s smart. And he’s hilarious. Oh, and he always makes a great point. He writes less about marketing and more about life, but you’ll always find a gem in what he says. He shares on-point insights that will sometimes make you nod your head in agreement and sometimes make you squirm a bit because you recognize yourself in what he says. Get inspired with this post about how success is all about attitude.

Read it

My 3 Words For 2013

Written by Jason Konopinski

You may be familiar with Chris Brogan’s “3 words” challenge. He encourages us to forget resolutions and think in terms of our 3 most powerful words for defining what the year ahead will mean to us. This post is Jason’s take on his 3 words. More food for thought here – I hope you’ll be inspired by his thoughts and find your own 3 words.

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That’s this week’s five. Let me know which were your favorites. And if you have another to add to my list, let me know!

Join the discussion 9 Comments

  • Hi Carol Lynn

    I only know one of the blogs you have listed and that is Christine Brady’s and love hers, I will take a look at the others. I love these type of posts (as you know I do this myself) it’s a great way of sharing and giving back 🙂
    Thanks for sharing
    Have a great weekend
    Pauline

    • I love them too! I’ve gotten such great stuff from other people that I decided to do it myself. I just met Christine within the past few months and I love her site. I hope you’ll enjoy some of the others, too. Thanks for stopping by!

  • Hi Carol Lynn,
    I haven’t heard of these blogs, and I am so glad you have shared them. It is great to find some good suggested ones, especially from you.

    Kudos to you for sharing this and paying it forward! I truly appreciate that. I will start clicking the links.

    Thanks so much,
    Donna

    • I hope this will be a good way to share some great blogs that might otherwise be missed! I hope you find some to enjoy here, Donna. I could have made this “top 50 blogs” and still not had enough space 🙂 guess I’ll have to wait for next Saturday!

  • Adrienne says:

    Hey Carol,

    Okay, a few of these are in my tribes too so I know they share great stuff. The other few I’ve yet to check out so if you’re recommending them then they have to be good. I’ll be sure to put them on my list of blogs to go check out.

    Thanks for sharing and paying it forward. I have no doubt they appreciate it as well.

    ~Adrienne

  • Hale says:

    I love your blog Carol. I have a suggestion for you. I read an ebook called Facebook Thief. The author suggested writing a post exactly like what you just did. Then he went one step further and emailed each of the authors saying very politely that he had featured their article in one of his posts and asking if they would mention his post about them on their Facebook page. (He sent a second 3 days later if no answer, then let it drop.) His top day was 22,000 hits on his page from facebook. Oh Hale Yes!!

    • Thank you Hale… that is an interesting suggestion! I know people get trackbacks on this sort of thing but I’m not sure how many notice (I know I get a lot of spammy ones, too). That’s a super idea!

  • Sue Price says:

    Hi Carol

    Happy New Year.

    I will check these blogs out as I have not heard of any of them before. Thanks for sharing them with us.

    There are so many people writing posts on how to’s for 2013 and there are some great tips and reminders.

    I hope 2013 is an excellent year for you Carol,

    Sue

    • Happy New Year to you too, Sue. I feel like it should be June by now 🙂 I hope you find some useful and interesting posts. Feel free to suggest any for the next roundup!