Pushing your brand across a variety of platforms but don’t know where to start? Check out these small business marketing blogs that we have meticulously selected to gather effective inputs for you to start with.
Social Triggers is the brainchild of Derek Halpern – entrepreneur, marketing expert, and one-man success engine.
Derek shares unique marketing and sales insights in a brash, unapologetic, and entertaining voice. And, he backs up his observations with years of personal experience and real data.
This tricky-to-pronounce online publication is an award-winning business blog founded by entrepreneur, web publisher, and CEO/founder of Previso Media, Ivan Widjaya.
“Noobpreneur” is Widjaya’s name for “newbie entrepreneurs” – a special subset of entrepreneurs who are always in a growth mindset.
The blog covers entrepreneurship, business management, and business strategy.
Marketing Profs is an educational marketing website featuring articles, online courses, webinars, and tutorials. They offer both free resources and a Pro membership, and they host the annual MarketingProfs B2B Marketing Forum.
Their approach to marketing is based around a 6-part structure of “Strategy, Plan, Create, Communicate, Analyze, and Management.” Their goal is to educate marketers from the ground up.
Crowdspring is one of the world’s leading marketplaces for custom design and naming services. On crowdspring, over 220,000 designers and namers from around the world help small businesses, entrepreneurs, agencies, Brands, and non-profits with professional, custom logo design, web design, graphic design, product design, and even naming companies and products.
Social Media Examiner has useful, thorough how-to articles, guides, tips, and trends, covering the latest social media trends. It’s a terrific resource for businesses looking to drive traffic, generate awareness, and increase sales through social media.
Founder Michael Stelzer wanted to help businesses understand how to best leverage social media. Since founding the blog in 2009, he’s managed to do this exceptionally well.
DIY Marketers is a self-professed “online magazine for overwhelmed small business owners on a budget.”
Can you relate? I’ll bet you can.
DIY founder Ivana Taylor tackles marketing issues near and dear to small business owner’s hearts. You’ll find articles on improving local SEO, email marketing, mobile marketing, content creation, networking via social media, and so much more.
Buffer is a fantastic social media management software that allows you to schedule and analyze all of your social media accounts in one handy spot.
Their blog features articles on social media marketing in all its myriad forms – how to get the most from your social media content, mastering platforms like Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and LinkedIn; working with influencers; and analyzing your social media campaigns.
Digital Marketer’s blog is a hub for digital marketing topics.
You’ll find insightful articles on social media, SEO and organic search, retargeting campaigns, content marketing, lead conversion, copywriting, and more.
Or, if reading isn’t your favorite, learn on the go with one of their three podcasts – the Digital Marketer Podcast, Business Lunch, or Perpetual Traffic.
Copyblogger specializes in tools and training for content marketers.
Their blog offer articles on content creation, creativity techniques, writing tips, and content marketing strategy. It’s a one-stop content marketing stop, really.
If content marketing is your thing (and as a small business marketer, it should be) then Copyblogger is not to be missed.
SmallBizDaily publishes articles on every topic a small business entrepreneur should care about – including money and finance, technology, women in business, management, and marketing and sales.
As a Factfluencer, you get access to create topics, edit entries and make a name for yourself as a fellow seeker of the truth.