I was recently asked for a recommendation on the top resources to follow for best quality insight on digital marketing and eCommerce.
Since many other professionals may benefit from a list like this, I’ve decided to turn my answer into a blog post.
Below you may find my personal list of resources “not to miss” if you want to stay up-to-date on all things online marketing and electronic commerce (the order being purely alphabetical):
Market research, guides and training on digital marketing. Includes advice on internet marketing strategy and best practice and a digital marketing jobs board for e-commerce and marketing professionals. I authored a few articles there too.
The leading source for e-commerce news, strategies and research. Including webinars, blogs and e-retailer Top 500 rankings.
Digital marketing and technology news covering martech, social, search, mobile, display, programmatic advertising, retail, email, video, analytics, CMO profiles, online marketing strategies, tactical content for marketers, and more.
Marketing opinions from subject matter experts (as well as tools, training, strategies, articles, online seminars, and much more).
The Moz Blog provides tips, tricks, and advice for improving websites, and doing better at search, social, content, and brand marketing.
Performance marketing news, research, views, and discussion. Every once in a while, AM Navigator is referenced there.
Ecommerce marketing and business strategies to help you succeed online. Conversion, SEO, social media, platforms, marketing, much more. Independent and practical advice since 2005.
SEJ focuses on constantly producing the latest search news, guides, tutorials, and how-tos for the SEO and marketer community. Don’t miss two pieces about us: one of early 2010 and another one of late 2012.
One of the industry’s leading sources for daily, must-read news, and in-depth analysis of search engine technology.
Actionable digital marketing advice from a team of expert contributors. Daily updates and advice on what matters. I was interviewed there too.
If I have not mentioned your favorite resource(s), please do chime in, adding them through the “Comments” area under this post.