8 Internet Marketing Experts to Follow in Social Media
Once the aphorist Alexander Furstenberg said:
- “They learn from their own mistakes, and someone makes a career from the mistakes of others.”
Therefore, we suggest getting to know 8 Internet marketing experts, in whose social media you will find many interesting cases, tips, advice and other things that will give you a really useful experience and help you with your work.
Neil "SEO Guru" Patel is a well-known marketer, SEO expert, author and billionaire. At 30, Neil was named one of the top 100 entrepreneurs by President Barack Obama, author Patel has been on the New York Times bestseller list for many years, the Wall Street Journal named Neil Patel one of the most influential people on the Internet, and Forbes placed him in the top ten marketers.
Neil Patel is the creator of Patel SEO, KISSmetrics, Quick Sprout, Crazy Egg and Hello Bar. Neil's merits can be listed for a very long time. Patel maintains several useful blogs in which he shares his experience and mistakes, gives advice on effective content, tells what to do and what not to do. We invite you to get to know him better and subscribe to his social networks:
Ann Hendley is one of the most influential women on social media and one of the top 20 best female bloggers, according to Forbes. IBM named her one of the 7 people shaping modern marketing.
Ann Hendley is the Content Director of MarketingProfs, her reviews appear in Entrepreneur magazine, and she is the co-founder of ClickZ.com. One of Ann's most striking achievements is the book Everyone Writes, a Wall Street Journal bestseller.
On her social media, Ann Hendley shares useful marketing ideas and her own thoughts:
Guy Kawasaki is one of the earliest employees of Apple. Guy introduced the concept of marketing evangelism to an advertising campaign for Macintosh computers in 1984. After Apple, Kawasaki was an advisor to the Motorola division of Google, collaborated on successful projects, founded the venture capital company Garage Technology Ventures and works with Canva.
Guy Kawasaki is the author of 10 best-selling books on marketing, so you should listen to his words. Guy is active in his social media and shares ideas and tips, so we recommend subscribing to Kawasaki.
Brian Dean is a globally recognized leader in SEO and the founder of Backlinko. Entrepreneur Magazine called him a "brilliant entrepreneur". Brian actively blogs and sells SEO courses.
A few tips from Brian Dean:
- Super short intros. Nobody needs long stories right away - it's better to intrigue.
- 1-2 sentences per paragraph. This is how they do it in the online version of the New York Times. Small paragraphs are easier to read, and they also hold attention.
- Introductory constructions. After them, people are interested in reading what you are going to say next. But do not abuse!
Alvin Hussey is a specialist in the children's content niche. Alvin is the commercial director of Beano Studios (children's comics), is a digital marketing influencer, and previously worked for an award-winning social marketing agency.
If you're working with kids and want to "think like a kid" more, be sure to follow Alvin Hussey's social media for how to create content like this.
Jeff Bullas is one of the top digital marketers, speaker, bestselling author and entrepreneur. He has been named one of the most influential CMOs by Forbes and is listed as one of the Top 50 Internet Marketing Influencers to follow.
On his social media, Jeff talks about social media video content, analytics tools, marketing tips, data visualization, content, and more.
Neil Shaffer is one of the most influential experts in SMM and Digital Marketing. Neil is known for his books, blog articles, and tutorials.
Neil Shaffer is the founder of PDCA social, a marketing agency that helps Japanese companies in the North American and English-speaking world. On his social media, Neil offers social media strategies, consulting and coaching for businesses large and small.
Elizabeth Marsten is a performance marketing and contextual advertising specialist. Elizabeth is a senior director at Tinuiti, the largest independent marketing agency in the triopoly of Google, Facebook* and Amazon.
Elizabeth Marsten is an established speaker and author. On social media, shares advice on e-commerce, product advertising, marketplaces, SEO, content, analytics, and social media marketing.
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