6 Best Social Media Blogs for 2017

6 Best Social Media Blogs for 2017

Social media and social networking sites aren’t just about making new friends. These concepts have introduced a whole new way of communicating and managing information with the help of Web-based communities, software and tools to build business contacts, and design marketing and branding strategies. These tools help users to share information in innovative and creative ways. Here are the top 10 social media blogs you should add to your regular reading list in 2017.

6 Best Social Media Blogs for 2017

6 Best Social Media Blogs for 2017

Social Media Examiner

Social Media Examiner is a U.S.-based media company, founded by Michael Stelzner. It publishes online magazines, blogs and podcasts about how business people can use social networks, on two websites: Socialmediaexaminer.com and Mykidsadventures.com. The online magazine publishes original research, has a weekly podcast show and oversees multiple communities for social media marketers.

SMogger Social Media Blog

SMogger addresses the “ethical use of social media for business and regular folks.” Postergirl blogs about everything from collaborative tools and software to social networking to spam to You Tube. Be sure to check out this comprehensive blog.

Groundswell

This blog follows the progress, release, and themes of Groundswell, a book about the “spontaneous movement of people connecting, using online tools, taking charge of their own experience, and getting what they need- information, support, ideas, products, and bargaining power- from each other.”

Buffer Social

Buffer’s social media marketing blog covers the latest social media tools. Analytics, and strategies for Twitter, Facebook, and other social media networks. Buffer Social publishes strong content with lots of value and original angles. This blog has the right balance; it’s valuable and interesting.

Peg Fitzpatrick

Peg Fitzpatrick is the author of the art of social media, a social media strategist, marketing pro, and speaker. Peg Fitzpatrick‘s posts provide useful, in-depth information that’s fun to consume.

Spiderworking

It is one of the best social media bloggers we came across. Their description reads “Social media help for small business. Is this you: I don’t have enough time for social media, Facebook seems to change every day, how can I keep up?” Spiderworking‘s content is extremely thorough and includes lots of visuals. Posts go beyond the basics and feature useful tips most people don’t talk about.