Newsletters. As a marketer, they are things we love to create, because we know the power in designing and crafting one that people will actually open. As an email user, newsletters are probably the bane of your inbox-zero existence. Most everyone has a love/hate relationship with them, but there are some that do provide a good value and are worth opening. As a marketer, there are always new things to read and learn about. It’s no wonder there are so many marketing newsletters out there, though not all of them are good.
We have gone through and found some of the best in terms of content and knowledge. So if you know you love getting a daily, weekly, or monthly snippet of marketing insight, then these newsletters are for you.
If you know anything about marketing, you likely know about Quicksprout and Neil Patel. He’s prolific, not just in terms of knowledge, but also in terms of the blogs he posts.
Don’t you think the company that is paving the way for email marketing would have a great newsletter? You bet!
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Six Pixels of Separation
This is the digital marketing blog (and newsletter) with posts like “The Changing State of Blogs” and “Secure your social media spaces before someone does it for you”.
The email marketing newsletter for people who love well-designed things.
Not only do they have one of the most popular social media dashboard programs, they also know their stuff!
Duct Tape Marketing
John Jantsch has written his fair share of marketing books including The Referral Engine and Duct Tape Marketing. He knows a thing or two about small business marketing.
This is the newsletter for those of you interested or working in video marketing.
Get the latest about online marketing with gems like “Unlock Your Ad’s Conversions & Audience Easily with Facebook Pixel” and “7 Copywriting Hacks Based in Psychology”.
The newsletter for those getting crafty with words whether its social media, blogging, or some other type of content marketing.