The Return of the Blog Roll

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Surely you have seen the many studies, articles and posts (see Gini’s take) — including a couple on this blog — over the past few months about corporate blogging’s decline. In thinking about the matter, I decided to reverse my personal decision to exclude a blog roll here.

The best way to support blogging is to highlight your favorite reads as often as possible. While I do this every hour during the business day on Twitter, these blogs seem to get shared the most on my feed. Of course, there are many great blogs out there, so feel free to add them in the comments. And you can always visit my blog roll on the first column to the right.

Here are the blogs:

Fun & Photos

Photography Blogger

Marketing & Comms

MarketingProfs Daily
Danny Brown
Spin Sucks
HubSpot Blog
Richard Becker
Thought Gadgets
Mitch Joel
Marketing Pilgrim
Conversation Agent
Conversation Marketing
V3: Vision. Voice. Value.

Social Good

TriplePundit (CSR)
Beth’s Blog
Climate Progress
Katya’s Non-Profit Marketing Blog
John Haydon

Now it’s your turn!

20 thoughts on “The Return of the Blog Roll

    • Debra! I came this close to adding you, this close!  I literally tweet every post you write it seems. The only thing that stopped me was frequency.  You are one of my favorites. I will add NTEN, I tweet them all the time, and this was an oversight.

      •  Aw, thanks Geoff. Really appreciate the kinds words and the RTs.

        As you mention, I’ve definitely slowed down this year as other things have claimed my time. I actually have an intention to blog twice-weekly starting in May. Have a “blog budddy” who’s supposed to keep me honest with that promise!

  1. Weird. Are we already working as one brain? I was JUST thinking I need to update the Spin Sucks blogroll. I guess I have to make sure you’re there now. :)

  2. Been wanting to redo my blogroll much the same way; section it to include  my usual suspects, as well as highlight what I’ve read lately, new finds or rediscovered gems to show some variety. And a stand-alone post to support others is a smart move, so I shall be stealing it at some point. FWIW.

  3. This is a good idea. I might replace my “Blogs I Swear By” page with an old school blogroll in the sidebar. Thanks for suggesting this, Geoff. 

  4. I like some of those blogs! 8)

    I think a list is good. Mine showcases a wide array of creative and sharp thinking related to advertising and marketing. Somehow it includes this blog which I heard was focused on crafts and crafting? ;-)

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