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Three Blogs Every New Inbound Marketing Manager Should Read

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ReadyTalk Inbound Marketing HeadquartersNow that I've officially held the role of Inbound Marketing Manager here at ReadyTalk for a full two weeks, it's high-time I started to dole out expert advice on what you, our beloved readers, should be reading more of.

I would have gladly doled out said advice earlier than now but prior to being in a role for  two weeks, I likely would have only been qualified to write a headline such as:

"How to decorate your new cubicle like a pro" 

Seeing how articles like the above are a dime a dozen, what I realized what may be more worthwhile was a list of three incredible blogs that every Inbound Marketing professional should add to their RSS reader.

 

Unbounce

Unbounce Marketting Blog

Unbounce Blog (RSS)

Unbouince's blog is an incredible resource on everything from landing page optimization, improving conversion rates, A/B testing, and has created some of the most useful infographics around. 

 

The Content Strategist

The Content Strategist www.contently.com/blog

Contently Blog (RSS)

The Content Strategist is a must-read for keeping up on content strategy trends in social media, blogging, and content marketing along with a collection of useful content strategy tutorials.

 

CopyBlogger

Copyblogger www.copyblogger.com/blog

Copyblogger Blog (RSS)

Copyblogger is one of the essential copywriting blogs in my feed I read to sharpen my skills in SEO copywriting, blogging, landing page copywriting  and internet marketing in general.

 

While there's far more marketing blogs than just the above than just the above, these are the blogs I find myself reading nearly every morning without fail.  What are you reading?

 

 

 

 


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