In January I announced a monthly series of the 30 best of #30bestof. This is the second overview in this series. After the ladies beginning March it is now the gentlemen’s turn. An overview of the 30 best male bloggers on marketing, social media and entrepreneurship.
Here they are, in alphabetical order, the best male bloggers. Psst it is not 30 but 36.
My idea is to give you new content ideas, inspiration for your bog. Add the ones you like the most to your feedreader or subscribe to their newsletters and get inspiration delivered to you.
Read posts of home like 5 Link Bait Post Types That Get You More Email Subscribers
Read posts like Learn From Adele – Build Your Platform. Amazing that he writes these posts every day and it takes Chris about 20 minutes to write these kind of posts.
I love articles like When Should You Start Selling from Your Blog? from the most conventional unconventional guy.
Interesting posts on analytics like: Are you doing a quarterly metrics review?
An informative post by Daniel, on the Pomodoro method: Can a tomato make you more productive?
An example post with interesting stats and graphics [Infographic] How to Get More Clicks on Twitter
Posts are about blogging, ads, products and more, like this post How to Pitch Your Dream Company for a Win/Win/Win Blogging Collaboration [Case Study].
David Meerman Scott
David Meerman Scott (@dmscott) is a wonderfull speaker, as the attendees of SMC Amsterdam can confirm. He wrote a number of books and ebooks including the best seller and writes often on www.webinknow.com
I love what David writes on marketing and leadership strategies. Posts that make you go mmmm, like How to do something audacious
Derek Halpern (@derekhalpern) writes at Social Triggers about how psychology helps you get traffic and sales. A very interesting angle. Derek catapulted his blog with blog reviews on blogs of well known bloggers. Like these videos with Denise Wakeman, Smart Passive Income Laura Roeder, Lewis Howes and many more.
Posts like The #1 Sales Killer On Your Site—And How to Get Rid Of It For Good are really interesting. Go read Derek’s blog.
Watch the talk in this video: That old-time startup religion
Posts like will Straight from the Source: Blog Post Ideas for Value-Packed Content will help ou to create better posts.
There are plenty of posts by Garr on his blog to learn more about presentating, like Progress and the intentional selection of less.
Guy Kawasaki (@guykawasaki) is a venture capatalist but he also launches his own companies like All Top and uses social media to promote these ventures. Read more on http://blog.guykawasaki.com/, How to Change the World. A practical blog for impractical people.
Guy is an author and gives great presentations on entrepreneurship. Read his posts like Raising Money: What Not to Say and What Not to Believe and How to Create an Enchanting Pitch #OfficeandGuyK
Hector Cuevas (@hectorcuevas) is the Inbound Pro and writes at www.inboundpro.net/blog. Inbound marketing is everything I believe in. It is about attracting your target audience, instead of pushing your information.
Hector wrote a number of ebooks as a free resource for you, The Ultimate Guide to Writing & Selling an Ebook in 7 Weeks or his 7 Simple Action Steps To Build An Unshakable Blog Foundation with his scatter strategy in step 7.
Read this interesting post Fight Premature Monetization – Add a Second Step to Your Content Marketing on how important this is when people look at 10 resources before they buy from you. You will also learn from this video with Derek Halpern on better website conversion.
Interesting post by Jason: Intense Asymmetry and Self-Flagellation
This is one of the great new blogs I found while creating this inspiration overview.
He writes about Pinterest, Facebook, and other social networking sites or more general about Why Content is the Foundation of your Social Media Marketing.
Leo Babauta (@zen_habits) writes at zenhabits.net. Zen Habits is about finding simplicity in the daily chaos of our lives. It’s about clearing the clutter so we can focus on what’s important, create something amazing, find happiness.
A peace of simplicity in this large list. Build some peace in your every day live as an entrepreneur and read his posts like A Powerful Three-Step Algorithm for Happiness or A Survival Guide for Beating Information Addiction
Interested in doing a webinar? Read this post and ebook The Ultimate Webinar Marketing Guide by Lewis.
Posts like What’s the Difference Between a Brand Advocate and a Brand Ambassador? and Think Like a Rockstar: How Taylor Swift Connects With Her Fans At Concerts will help you to create your social media strategy.
He writes interesting posts like The Most Painful Way to Becoming a Proficient Professional in Your Vertical – is school the right way?
Enjoy Michael’s posts like, Your Logo doesn’t matter.
If you want to learn about good writing, reporter style writing, read Mitch Joel’s daily posts on www.twistimage.com/blog/. His book ‘Six Pixels of Seperation’ (2009) is a must read. His new book Ctrl Alt Del is scheduled for Spring 2013. Follow him Twitter (@mitchjoel)
This is a great taste of his valuable content, The Marketer’s Guide to Blogging
Neville writes about Business, Communication, Technology. And shiny new objects. Like Website backups: 4 ways to protect your investment
What is really great is that Pat is sharing his earnings each month like, My Monthly Report – March 2012
An example of Rohit’s writing 5 Insights From The 2012 Social Media Marketing Industry Report.
Short posts, longer posts, thought provoking, marketing like this one, Making big decisions about money
Shel Israel (@shelisrael) writes at globalneighbourhoods.net and has a new book out. Presentations is an important part for you as an solopreneur to get the word out. So learn about good presentations with this book.
This is one of the posts about his book A Stellar Presentations Excerpt: The Three Questions
Love this post Rehearse Before You Create
David Lynch: “It takes four hours to get one hour of creative work done.”
Again it was really difficult to make this selection. Some bloggers did not make the list although I like what they wrote, but they are not blogging anymore or the topic is a bit off for independent professionals.
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