Top 10 Social Media Blogs: The 2017 Winners!
Looking for some great social media blogs to add to your daily reading? Here are 10 that are worth your time!
Here are the top 10 social media blogs you should add to your regular reading list in 2017.
AgoraPulse consistently provides content several times a week, using screenshots to show readers how to use social media.
#2: Buffer Social
Buffer Social publishes strong content with lots of value and original angles. This blog has the right balance; it’s valuable and interesting.
Dustn.tv publishes extremely thorough content that looks good, sounds good, and reads well.
#4: Mike Gingerich
Mike Gingerich‘s blog has quite a mix of value-driven content. He covers new products and changes to existing ones, and shows readers how to use them.
#5: Peg Fitzpatrick
Peg Fitzpatrick‘s posts provide useful, in-depth information that’s fun to consume.
#6: Socially Sorted
Socially Sorted has a nice focus on all things visual, helping businesses leverage visual content as much as possible.
Spiderworking‘s content is extremely thorough and includes lots of visuals. Posts go beyond the basics and feature useful tips most people don’t talk about.
#8: Sue B. Zimmerman
Sue B. Zimmerman has an incredibly specific focus: Instagram. Her videos provide information without being too teachy.
#9: The Social Media Hat
The Social Media Hat stuffs posts with quality information. The content approaches social media from interesting angles so the reader doesn’t feel like everything’s been done before.
#10: Top Dog Social Media
Top Dog Social Media takes the time to produce great content and their tutorials are thorough.
Congratulations to the winners! Be sure to check out these amazing social media blogs.
The badge of distinction: If you’re a winner, you can post the image you see here on your blog. Please link back to this page.
Special thanks to our judges Heidi Cohen (chief content officer of Actionable Marketing Guide), Marcus Sheridan (founder of The Sales Lion), and Sonia Simone (founding partner and chief content officer of Copyblogger).
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