by Diana Berryman
Published on 25 August 2014
Every business needs a content marketing strategy. It is a great time for bloggers, in particular B2B business bloggers as they are in great demand right now! What if you can't afford to employ a professional to create your amazing content? You need to check out what is happening in the blogging world. Most professional business bloggers share their content on Twitter, amongst other networks. Emulate what the successful people are doing, they know their stuff. Here are ten fabulous business bloggers and where you can find them on Twitter…
Pete Cashmore is the Scottish born founder of Mashable, a world famous tech, social media and marketing blog. Some of Pete's great accolades include Forbes top 25 web celebs, The Huffington Post's top ten game changers, Time Magazine's 100 most influential people list, most influential Briton and the most influential Twitter user in the world. Impressive hey?
Lilach Bullock is another impressive Brit who has recently launched her brand new business Comms Axis, who are a digital marketing, social media consultancy with a heavy influence on content creation and marketing. She is currently number 14 on the female social media power influencers list according to Forbes. A highly respected speaker, Lilach really knows her stuff when it comes to blogging.
Aaron Lee is the founder of askaaronlee, a social media and blogging advice site with a ton of free information. Aaron was born in Malaysia and pens himself as an introvert who loves engaging online. Aaron's work can be found on Mashable, The Huffington Post and Social Media Examiner. He was ranked number five social media power influencer by Forbes.
Pam Moore is a marketing nut! No really, she is the founder of Marketing Nutz which is a social media marketing and conversation optimization company. Pam was ranked in the Forbes top ten social media power influencer's lists in 2012 and 2013. She is a no-nonsense, straight-talking lady who can help you to optimize your flagging social media campaigns.
Martin Zwilling is a startup mentor and founder of Startup Professionals who help entrepreneurs with business ideas, funding and mentoring. He is a prolific writer and blogger and has been published on Forbes, Huffington Post, Young Entrepreneur and Harvard Business Review amongst others. His Twitter following is huge so he is certainly one to watch for someone to emulate.
Marsha Collier is the author of 48 books and has an info packed blog, Marsha Colliers's Musings which is full to the brim with advice about social media, customer service, eCommerce and selling. Amongst her many books are the For Dummies series which includes the best selling eBay for Dummies. Her accolades include being on the 100 must follow on Twitter list by Forbes.
Sean Gardner is the Forbes number one social media influencer, a speaker and writer for Huffington Post, Social Media Week, Boe magazine and LinkedIn amongst others. Sean is the co-founder of the Huffington Post Twitter Powerhouse series. He is also an ambassador for GivingTuesday.org and helps the U.N Foundation to promote it online.
Sarah Arrow is a blogger, content creator and the founder of Birds on the Blog a female orientated blog for women in business which has been listed three times by Forbes as a top 100 website for women. Sarah is an influential marketer who started blogging in 2006 and has made a great success of blogging and content marketing.
Mike Alton is a content marketing and SEO specialist who is a blogging consultant for SMBs. He is also an author and Hootsuite pro and the founder and editor at The Social Media Hat. This guy is one to watch when it comes to expert blogging advice and content marketing strategies. He also specializes in Hootsuite training and has written a series of articles with tips for best practice.
Rebekah Radice is a digital marketing strategist, author, blogger and keynote speaker. She is the co-founder of imagine WOW and has a great blog Rebekah Radice where you can find some great info on social media, strategy and blogging. She started her first business at the age of eight and has been a serial entrepreneur since then.
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So how does this terrific ten manage the huge amount of content they produce? Without fail every single one of them uses a marketing automation app in one form or another. Amongst the favorites for these guys are: Hootsuite, SproutSocial, Tweetdeck, and Buffer. What do you use for yours? Check out some more great options using our social media marketing comparison tools.