This blog by Ben McConnell and Jackie Huba of management consulting firm Ant's Eye View is one of the most popular business blogs in the world. Both Ben and Jackie have been named among the Internet's 50 most influential marketers - learn from their expertise at Church of the Customer.
Billed as 'the voice of online marketing,' this blog is bursting with essential information on SEO, social media, SEM, analytics and all sorts of other online marketing strategies.
3. Seth Godin
This savvy blogger is at or near the top of multiple lists of hot marketing blogs, including the Forbes.com Best of the Web and Ad Age's Power 150. Godin is funny, interesting and full of thoughtful advice.
4. Chris Brogan
Looking for a more human-centered approach to marketing? Get 'beyond social media' with Chris Brogan, a blogger who offers practical marketing advice that doesn't lose sight of the main audience: The customer.
Get incisive commentary on the latest news in advertising and marketing from Adrants Publishing, LLC and co-editors Steve Hall and Angela Natividad.
6. Copy Blogger
Need tips for writing eye-catching headlines and scintillating copy? Don't miss Copy Blogger, your source for tips, tricks and news on content marketing, web marketing and good ol' copywriting.
Female customers are the holy grail of many industries, and Wonder Branding's got tons of information on marketing to women - including how to get attention with no advertising at all.
If youth are the niche market you're going for, then don't miss YPulse. From campus trends to Facebook follies, this blog covers everything you need to know about capturing the teen and young adult markets.
Are you a small business looking for affordable marketing solutions? This blog offers advertising tips as universally useful to small business as duct tape is to home repair.
10. Chris Baggott
It can be difficult to walk the fine line between informative and annoying in email marketing. Chris Blogger offers tips and tricks for maximizing the effectiveness of email, 'the greatest marketing tool in history.'