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I was talking with a colleague the other day about the blogs that we read. He mentioned several that I had not read before and it got me thinking what other great blogs are out there that I am missing. With that said, I wanted to share with you my 10 favorite blogs. I will also be happy to share with anyone my OPML file with anyone.

In no particular order:
1. Seth Godin's Blog
2. Brian Carroll's B2B Lead Generation Blog
3. Rand Fishkin's SEOMoz Blog
4. Guy Kawaski's How To Change the World
5. Ken Molay's Webinar Blog
6. ReadyTalk's Blog
7. Copy Blogger
8. Podcasting Tricks
9. Field Thoughts
10. Marketing Profs

I would love to see what blogs you read on a regular basis.

[tags] blog, seth godin, guy kawaski, rand fishkin, ken molay [/tags]


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