Popular marketing and public relations news resources

Posted by on March 14, 2012 in Free Advice | 0 comments

In a meeting a few days ago, I was talking about facebook’s implementation of the timeline format for brand pages. A colleague asked if I could direct her to a few resources where she could stay up-to-date with the ever-evolving trends in social media and strategic marketing. I thought I’d just go ahead and blog it since I’ve gotten the question before.

I’ve already explained how to import and manage RSS feeds, so I’ll just direct you to the resources. These are 20 feeds that play big parts in my PR, SEO, and Tech lists. How useful you’ll find them depends on what you’re looking to know. (links open in new windows)

  1. Ars Technica
  2. Bad Pitch Blog
  3. Copyblogger
  4. Gizmodo
  5. Lifehacker
  6. Mashable Social Media
  7. PR-Squared
  8. PRSA Tactics
  9. Public Relations News
  10. ReadWriteWeb
  11. Search Engine Land
  12. Search Engine Roundtable
  13. SEOmoz
  14. Seth Godin’s Blog
  15. Social Media Examiner
  16. Social Media Explorer
  17. Techcrunch
  18. The Flack
  19. The Social Media Marketing Blog
  20. Wired

You’d be surprised how much you can learn about what’s happening in the tech marketing world just by browsing the titles of these feed items while waiting in line at the grocery store.  If you want to look around for other feeds on this or other topics, you could a lot worse than browsing through AllTop.com to see what’s already popular.  AdAge has a list too.

Do you have some go-to resources that you think I should add to my feedreader?  Let me know in the comments.

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