Blogs that a Student of SMM should Follow…

I suggest that my new social media marketing class start following some blogs immediately. Below is my current list – any suggestions for improvement?

  1. Social Media Explorer                       
  2. Hubspot Inbound Marketing Blog
  3. Mashable Social Media
  4. Technorati Blog
  5. All Facebook
  6. Social Media Marketing Magazine
  7. Grow! from Mark Schaefer
  8. RU SMM Class Facebook Page
  9. My blog

 I want to keep the list to a manageable size but want them to get information they needs to be social media savvy. Again suggestions solicited!!

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11 Responses to Blogs that a Student of SMM should Follow…

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  2. Gary Schirr says:

    On Facebook Dan Stanley made some good suggestions:

    Don wrote: “Great list Gary!
    I’ll definitely share this with my students. I’d add,
    I also liked this list of top 10 SM blogs to follow from

  3. Great list and great suggestions in the comments. I’d add Brian Solis for his insight on social media and its effect on business and marketing:

  4. Great list and heat suggestions in the comments. I’d add Brian Solis for his insight on social media and its effect on business and marketing:

  5. anacanhoto says:

    Recently I have been following Simply Zesty – – it is a good source of news related to Social Media, plus case studies and discussions of how particular technical features may be of use to businesses.

  6. Great List! But, instead of being one of them, I think the several contributors of Maximize Social Business #MSB (ex-Windmill Networkings), from Neal Schaffer’s blog could appear on your list

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