7 Online Marketing Thought Leaders – When They Talk, I Listen

It’s Friday again, and the #FollowFriday undertone of this post seems to be more than appropriate.

I don’t know about you, but the amount of information (from quality to mere noise) distributed via social media overwhelms me at times… So, as mentioned not too long ago, one of the methods that I use is that of sorting and filtering.

Now, over the course of the past four years, some of the people that I follow have gained enormous respect in my eyes — mainly, due to the high-quality, thought-provoking information (and thoughts) that they constantly share. Today I’d like to share their names with you (the order is merely alphabetical; descriptions taken from their Twitter profiles):

Lisa Barone
Twitter | Outspoken Media Blog & also Small Business Trends
Co-founder, Branding Officer & PITA at Outspoken Media.

Linda Bustos
Twitter | Elastic Path Blog
Director of Ecommerce Research with Elastic Path Software.

Dave Chaffey
Twitter | Smart Insights Blog
Bestselling author, consultant and speaker. I enjoy sharing the latest strategies, tools and tips to get the most from Digital Marketing.

Bryan Eisenberg
Twitter | BryanEisenberg.com Blog
Marketing Optimization expert, keynote speaker and New York Times best selling author, columnist.

Mitch Joel
Twitter | Six Pixels of Separation Blog
President of Twist Image. Blogger & Podcaster of Six Pixels of Separation. Marketer. Speaker. Author. Journalist. Marketing Reformer. Media Hacker.

Seth Godin
Twitter Stream | Seth’s Blog
Founder of Squidoo.com, author, blogger.

Avinash Kaushik
Twitter | Occam’s Razor Blog
Author, Web Analytics 2.0 and Web Analytics: An Hour A Day | Digital Marketing Evangelist, Google | Co-Founder, Market Motive

If I have missed a marketer (or researcher) whose thinking and tweeting (or blogging) moves you, please do add them through the “Comments” are below.

9 thoughts on “7 Online Marketing Thought Leaders – When They Talk, I Listen”

  1. Thanks for the list Geno…. I bookmarked the ones I didn’t have. BTW, the link from Smart Insights Blog was broken, I had to do a search to get it.

    1. Thanks for these, Jason. I’ve linked the blog’s URL in your comment. Sorry to see that he doesn’t blog that often (even though I love the quality of his posts) — only 7 posts over 2011. Haven’t linked his (?) Twitter account in the above comment, as it doesn’t look like Gerry tweets at all.

      Will definitely check out his books. Thanks again for the suggestion.

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