Welcome to Blog Profiles! Each week, PR Newswire selects an industry or subject and a handful of sites that do a good job with promoting and contributing to the conversation. Do you have a blog that deserves recognition? Tweet to us! Tell Blog Profiles writers Christine Cube and Mary Johnson why on @BeyondBylines.
We run into good social media sites all the time.
RazorSocial covers social media tools, blogging and SEO, content marketing, and analytics.
The company itself was founded by Ian Cleary, who’s the “blood, sweat and tears behind one of the most trafficked social media /content marketing blogs in the world.”
Indeed, RazorSocial’s “tribe” includes more than 20,000 subscribers; the site itself received more than a million in 2014.
Follow @razorsocial on Twitter.
Buffer’s Social Media Blog offers “thoughts on social media and online marketing.”
This is a great blog. It features good writing and interesting posts.
Among the ones that caught my eye – How to Keep Your Social Media Images Looking Fresh (Even if You’re Posting Every Day) was probably my favorite.
“Not only do you have to post consistently to gain traction, the content has be to timely, relevant to your audience, and engaging,” says Alan Cassinelli. “Social media is for conversations after all, not megaphones.”
Other interesting posts include Snapchat is Growing Up: Everything You Need to Know About Snapchat’s Latest Update and The Always-Updated Guide to Social Media Logos.
Follow @buffer on Twitter.
Pushing Social is a boutique agency that helps clients with social media and content marketing strategies.
The company was founded by Stan Smith. It also keeps a great blog.
Some of the posts that I enjoyed include Shallow Hal Social Media. Check Yourself., How to Create Better B2B Content, and Read This Before You Give Up on Blog Email Subscriptions.
Smith says in his post about better B2B content that creating stellar content is “tough but essential.”
“That’s a good thing, because content marketing will cease to be valuable the moment it becomes easy,” Smith writes. “Tough strategies create profitable competitive advantages.”
Follow @pushingsocial on Twitter.
Social Media Slant is the blog of Cendrine Marrouat.
It features “social media from a human perspective.”
This is a really helpful blog – it got me thinking about a number of things that I don’t typically consider, like protecting your blog on social media.
Other notable posts I found include Guest Post: What to do When Your Blog Goes Viral, Yes, Social Media is a Lot of Work, and Guest Post: These 5 Brands will Make You Consider Including Quizzes in Your Strategy.
Follow @cendrinemedia on Twitter.
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