A Marketing Student's Bloghttp://www.phil-hudson.com/
Blogger Phil's blog may not address communications titularly, but the content of his site more than fills the bill for the field. A second-year pupil at a British University, Phil understands the huge potential rewards that can result from an intensive study of marketing, comm, and other similar fields. What's refreshing about his posts is Phil's embracing of the new and the trendy; Twitter, Starbucks, and Google's news and headlines are addressed with an erudite yet clear and compelling feel.
The Engaging Brand Bloghttp://theengagingbrand.typepad.com/the_engaging_brand_/
Sometimes with sweet, quirky humor, and sometimes with biting satire, The Engaging Brand Blog discusses everything from music to cartoons, but somehow relates it all to marketing and and business. Posts cover such a wide range of topics that readers never know what to expect next!
Starting a home-based business is very popular with the rise of the Internet. Naomi Dunford gives some great advice on starting a business out of your home as well as tips and tricks of the trade. This is a blog you will want to save as a resource!
The Lonely Marketerhttp://www.lonelymarketer.com/
The small business marketing manager is often a lonely job because it may be made up of just one person. In the beginning, you as the business owner may also be the marketing manager. This blog offers advice and tips to make the most of your marketing efforts.
Brand Flakes for Breakfasthttp://www.brandflakesforbreakfast.com/
A career in marketing or advertising leaves little time to dilly-dally. Yet even the most frenetically scheduled execs must remain in the digital know to maintain relevance. Enter Brandflakes, a blog designed for such hurried folk that spotlights marketing news other sites and junkets miss, skip, or pass over. Brand-new media and technology permeates through most of the posts here, with the odd celebrity thrown in for good measure.
Wonder Woman was a classic cartoon to whose popularity and durability most everyone concedes. In the vein of long-lasting feminine strength, Wonder Branding examines how the fairer sex is best approached in marketing schemes. Soccer mom and blogger Michele loves duct tape, wishes she could watch more of the NFL, and knows exactly where the men get in wrong in wooing women: they fail to see into their insides and psyches. A must-read blog for the clueless on earning women biz.
Church of the Customerhttp://www.customerevangelists.typepad.com/blog/
The classic refrain holds that the customer is always right. Ben and Jackie's site here redefines that phrase as a bit passé for the modern day marketing pro. On this blog, customers aren't just right, they become a religion to be studied and imbibed in the hopes of business transcendence. Each post here sheds a great deal of light on how companies can create customers who demonstrate undying loyalty to their brand. An incredibly large readership ensures that these writers aren't preaching to the choir.
Marketing Words Copywriting Bloghttp://www.marketingwords.com/blog/
Concentrated is the key word for Karon Thackston and her Marketing Words Copywriting Blog as she rolls up her sleeves and digs in discussing assorted copy writing subjects. Her excitement about the field emits as she gives informative tips and articles that are guaranteed to be attention-grabbing.
Michel Fortin On Copywriting, Marketing And Lifehttp://www.michelfortin.com/
Michel Fortin On Copywriting, Marketing and Life is a extremely informative weekly copy writing blog from an exceptionally informative person. Michel is eager to share his knowledge on copy-writing, Internet marketing and developmental skills, and he is definitely eager to share his personal opinions.
Gloria Rand's Blog - SEO, Copywriting, Social Media Marketinghttp://gloriarand.wordpress.com/
Gloria Rand is a freelancing copywriter that has found her forte and took the ball and rolled with it. On her SEO, Copywriting, Social Media Marketing blog you will find three quarters of her posts are SEO directed. Among tips and techniques you will find a gem of an article on marketing with videos.
Rashmi's Blog: Thought about People, Technology, and Running A Companyhttp://rashmisinha.com/
An excellent resource centered on helping companies understand how their customers think through cognitive anthropology. Essential for corporations interested in social media, branding, and marketing.