Best Social Media Blogs You Aren’t Reading but Should

by Connor Livingston

Whether you are into social media for fun or marketing, you should be doing a weekly (minimum) visit to:

These are no-brainers written by top-tier social media people like Maki, Tamar Weinberg, and Neil Patel.  If you haven’t visited any of these, stop reading write now and check them out.  When you’re done, come back and read about the less-known social media blogs, the “hidden gems” on the blogosphere.

Here they are, in no particular order.  Read them and learn:

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Web Strategy by Jeremiah

For those that read this blog, you’ll know that I’m passionate about the web, I’m pleased to announce that I’ll be furthering the Web Strategy mission by accepting a new role at an amazing company.

Recent post worth reading: Overused Ideas: The Executive Community

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Scott Monty’s Social Media Marketing Blog

Scott Monty’s perspectives on implications of social media – the convergence of marketing, advertising and PR on the Web – for marketers, agencies, the enterprise and the individual.

Recent post worth reading: Social Media On the Road

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Soshable Social Media Blog

People, in general, are social (or soshal, depending on how you spell it).  We like to interact with others, especially those who have shared interests.  Whether in person, on the internet, or both, human connections make us feel whole.

Recent post worth reading: Social Media Marketing: Different Styles, Different Goals

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Britopian Conversation Marketing

I believe that marketing is good; and if you love your customers they’ll love you back and tell people about it. I believe that business results are critical but should not be the driving force behind connecting with people. I believe in being real, authentic and human.

Recent post worth reading: Why is transparency so important in social media

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CenterNetworks

CenterNetworks was relaunched in September 2006 to focus on the “new” Internet. The mission is to help industry professionals learn more about topics including: social networking, Web 2.0, and social media. In addition, one of the main goals with CenterNetworks is to help you create better web apps.

Recent post worth reading: Welcome to Alexa 2.0: Technorati

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Collective Thoughts

Welcome to the new wisdom of crowds. Each member of Collective Thoughts is here because not only are they a known or rising star in their own field, but they also have a passion and unique understanding on social media. Together, we make up Collective Thoughts.

Recent post worth reading: StumbleUpon gets a change of Clothes

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Dan Zarrella Viral Marketing

I’m a social & viral marketing scientist; read my bio here. To get an idea of what I do, check out my portfolio, tools, and research reports.

Recent post worth reading: The Importance of Social Proof for Contagious Blogging

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Broadcasting Brain

Broadcasting Brain explores the blogosphere, aiming to bring you the best, the brightest, and most remarkable original content talking about technology and social media while showing you the other good stuff that’s out there.

Recent post worth reading: Esteem and social media

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Social News Watch

The social news segment is growing in popularity, replacing traditional media sources as the “go to” place to get the daily news fix for more and more people every day.  Because it is user driven, people get the sensation of being involved with the stories and communities that interest them.

Recent post worth reading: Digg, Give Script Users a Second Chance

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Brent Csutoras

Brent Csutoras is an Internet Marketing Consultant who specializes in Social Media, Viral linkbait and Search Engine Marketing.

Recent post worth reading: Reddit Announces: We “Heart” Gossip… dot COM

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Of course, you could always stay on this blog and see the latest from the net, or visit our own social media marketing blog.  The choice is yours.

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