Top Marketing Newsletters You Need To Subscribe To

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No group of people embraces changes in technology and society quite like marketers.

While traditional literature on marketing, branding, and persuasion lay down the fundamentals of the craft, a book published about marketing today would be out of date almost as soon as it hit the shelves.

The industry is changing that fast.

Luckily, many of the best marketers are documenting these changes in real-time via newsletters sent directly to your email inbox.

Newsletters are often the first to highlight massive trends like social commerce — something we know a lot about at Groupshop, as it’s expected to be one of the fastest-growing trends over the next decade.

Let’s dive into some of the best marketing newsletters. Keep in mind, these newsletters are amazing resources and will help you learn about a variety of topics within marketing, but nothing replaces actually doing marketing on your own.

Okay, list time.

1- Marketing ExaminedAlex Garcia

Marketing Examined dives deep into marketing, covering successful marketing campaigns (“Thursday Teardown”), as well as tips on better copywriting, landing pages, and more.

2 – The MenuAmanda Natividad

Serving up marketing tips, interviews with top operators, and a daily recipe is The Menu. It’s short and sweet, covering a breadth of relevant topics in five minutes or less.

3 – Work the FunnelChantelle Marcelle

Aside from being the best-named marketing newsletter, WTF showcases successful marketing tactics by interesting brands, both big and small, as well as marketing examples to provide you with inspiration to be more creative.

4 – The Marketer’s PlaybookCory Dobbin

Digital advertising is one of the most scalable forms of marketing, but also one of the most complicated. The Marketer’s Playbook has dozens of articles about paid advertising and running an agency. As Cory says in his Twitter bio, he truly is “sharing everything I know about marketing.”

5 – No Best PracticesAlex P

“No Best Practices” itself is a valuable insight into the state of marketing today. With No Best Practices, Alex nudges marketers to focus on “first principles perspective.”

6 – Growth Hacks WeeklyMarketing Max

Having built and sold an agency, Max is now on a mission to help people be better marketers. He shares tips on everything from advertising and e-commerce to SaaS businesses.

7 – NanoflipsJames Camp

Want to do better market, monetize and grow your business? Nanoflips shares insights into expanding your digital real estate empire through proven methodologies.

8 – Marketing with a Pop Culture TwistBrianne Fleming

Marketing is supposed to be fun, something Brianne Fleming takes to heart. Her articles are super informative, covering topics like content creation and branding, but also include pop culture references that will have you reminiscing of the 90s and all the boy bands that came with it.

9 – Stacked Marketer

In 7 minutes or less everyday you can get carefully curated digital marketing news with actionable advice delivered to your inbox 5 days a week. Consistency is key!

10 – Triple Whale

Data is an increasingly important part of marketing. Triple Whale teaches you about analytics and attribution.

11 – Content WorkshopMasooma Memon

Short attention spans should change the way you think about creating content. Content Workshop focuses on sharing tips on content creation for holding peoples attention.

12 – DTC Newsletter

As the direct-to-consumer industry continues to trend up, it’s great to have a newsletter focused on all things DTC. DTC Newsletter covers all things related to better running your DTC brand.

13 – Why We BuyKatelyn Bourgoin

Why We Buy explores the psychology, biases, and heuristics, on how consumers make decisions. Get incredible insights into the brain of consumers through case studies and interesting data points.

14 – Playing FavoritesJay Acunzo

Stuck in a creative rut? Playing Favorites shares “ideas and stories for elevating your creative work.”

15 – Zero to MarketingAndrea Bosoni

Every month Andrea picks a website and writes exactly how he would grow it. You can get a lot of actionable insights through this thorough analysis.

16 – Very Good CopyEddy Shleyner

One of the highest-ROI marketing skills is copywriting. Eddy shares techniques on being more persuasive and creative when it comes to copy.


https://www.forbes.com/sites/forbeseq/2022/03/30/top-marketing-newsletters-you-need-to-subscribe-to/

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