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As Social Media Today put it, as marketers, we have it pretty good. Why you ask? Because by nature we feel the need to share information, interesting facts, tidbits of wisdom, insights and best practices. Heck, publishing our knowledge is one of the things we love most about our job. But where do you get all of that knowledge? Below are some blogs you can follow to help bridge the gap:

 1. Quick Sprout by Neil Patel

Neil Patel is a marking genius. He is the co-founder of Crazy Egg, Hello Bar and KISSmetrics. Patel also works with big companies to grow their business and increase revenue. Oh, and did we mention he’s only 29? His blog on QuickSprout ranges from ways to build your personal brand, to tips on entrepreneurship. He encourages marketers to try their hand in different mediums and where to get help to ensure your message resonates with your consumers.

 2. Copybot by Damien Farnworth

If you are writing digitally, Copybot is the blog for you. In our industry it is crucial that every member of your marketing team is well-equipped on how to write for a web-based platform. Farnworth is the chief copywriter of Copyblogger Media and as such knows how to write in a clear, concise manner that search engines just can’t get enough of. Optimizing your writing for the web can be a daunting task, but marketers looking to improve their journalistic skills should take advantage of the wealth of knowledge this man has to offer.

3. Hubspot Inbound Hub by Hubspot

Hubspot’s blog features an infinite amount of content on everything related to marketing. Posts outline anything from common mistakes marketers make, to how-tos and top trends in the industry. Whatever question you’re seeking the answer to, chances are they have a solution for it.

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