Which Social Media Blogs You Need To Be Reading

Nov 16, 2010

Social media is one of the most widely covered topics on the internet today. But social media is such an expansive and open-ended thing that you can get lost trying to understand it all. To ease the confusion and better understand social media, here are 5 blogs you should be following.

Copy Blogger

(http://www.copyblogger.com)

Copy Blogger is a great read if you are going to be doing any kind of writing online. Copy Blogger writes great articles and tutorials on how to improve your writing and make blogging, copywriting and writing for search engine optimization fun and effective.

Top 10 SEO Tips

(http://www.top10seotips.com)

Top 10 SEO Tips, maintained by Steve Wiideman, is one of the greatest online search engine
optimization resources online. I work with Steve on a regular basis and his expertise is astounding. He’s great at what he does and regularly blogs about search engine optimization.

Mashable

(http://www.mashable.com)

Mashable is one of the most active and well written social media Blogs out there. It’s constantly updated with tutorials and features a plethora of resources that will help you harness the power of social media. The blog has the latest news in social media allowing you to keep up to date with the newest startups, trends and tools.

Scobleizer

(http://scobleizer.com)

Robert Scoble is one of the most interesting personalities on the Internet. He is most notable for his book “Naked Conversations” which details his work evangelizing Microsoft through blogging. Scoble’s blog is great to read about, well, blogging.

ReadWriteWeb

(http://www.readwriteweb.com)

ReadWriteWeb is another great social media blog that tackles the legality and impact of social media campaigns. They have a small networks of blogs that focus on very specific segments of social media such as cloud computing and the mobile web.

Hopefully these blogs will help you better understand social media. This is just the tip of the iceberg though. Exploring more social networks and blog s related to your niche will help make social media fun and effective.