Last week I reached out to my list and asked them to suggest Internet marketing bloggers that they think provide great material but are not very well-known. I’ve included their emails with a link to both the suggested site and their own sites. Enjoy!
Mike,I like reading Justin Dupre because he speaks in a straight forward manner and doesn’t hype products. I like his honesty. Plus, he gives most of his advice away free on his blog.He does mainly PPC, but there is a lot of crossover to SEO niche sites. Besides I, personally, want to get into PPC after my niche sites start producing to diversify. Like Mike, he says you can start small sure, but there comes a time to scale and that takes investment. Another similarity to Mike is that the investment dollars goes into tools and hosting, not another WSO or the latest product launch. He also frequently gives advice on how to raise money to put into your business to get started right.Darryl
Hi Mike,Tom Ewer from Leaving Work Behind is killing it online. He consistently puts out extremely useful and entertaining content, and he is very involved with his readers. He can also be seen guest posting on blogs like Niche Pursuits.I think Tom is definitely a Blog to watch.
Hi Mike,I have two favorite IM bloggers that I like to read, One is Matt Carter on MattsMarketingBlog.com He is very sensible and thorough. He knows that he does not know it all and he makes use of guess boggers and content based webinars and passes that info onto his followers.Another favorite is not really a blogger (at least not that I know of) but posts very regularly on the Warrior Forum. Alexa Smith is an authority in the area of article marketing and article syndication and several other topics as well. She is both intelligent and knowledgable and she communicates (writes) very well. He is definately NOT afraid to “tell it like it is” and she regularly, as in daily, will dispell some common IM myths.Those are my suggestions – David from Massachusetts
Hi MikeYou might want to check out http://www.livinginthailand.
netIts a 31 day account of living in Thailand “Decently” with $400 a month just facts and pics, and also covers all the things I learnt during the 1st 18 months, during the 31 days. Geared to guys and gals wanting to make a living on line…Have a great dayNeale
Check out these blogs and let me know what you think about them in the comments below. Also, it’s not too late to chime in with some great bloggers if you’d like to recommend them.