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26 Top Search Marketing Blogs By RSS Subscribers

Lee Odden on Aug 6th, 2009     BIGLIST SEM Blogs, Blogging, Marketing Industry News, SEO

top sem blogsRemember the Grinch? “Noise, noise, noise!”  Many marketers feel the same way about the plethora of search marketing blogs. We’ve been managing a list of over 500 search marketing blogs (BIGLIST) for the past 3+ years and know a little something about the category. SEO blog reviews are helpful, but some people want a qualifyer when deciding what’s noise and what’s worth checking out. That’s why we’ve assembled a top SEM blogs list ranked by RSS Subscribers. The first list is here.

Below is an updated list of 26 top Search Marketing Blogs with Google Webmaster Central dominating followed by upward movement by SEOMoz and Search Engine Land.  Online Marketing Blog, Marketing Pilgrim and Graywolf’s Blog have seen big increases as well. We’ve also added several blogs that made the 2,000 subscribers cutoff. Enjoy:

Lee Odden

Update: Top SEO Blogs by RSS Subscribers

Lee Odden on Apr 29th, 2008     BIGLIST SEM Blogs, Blogging

Online Marketing Blog manages a list of over 500 search marketing blogs called the BIGLIST, but it’s not ordered other than alphabetically. A year ago I took a sample of SEO and SEM blogs that were publishing Feedburner counts and posted a list ranked by the number of RSS subscribers. Below is a re-ordered list of search marketing blogs by RSS subscribers as of today:

Matt Cutts

Search Engine Watch

Search Engine Land

SEOmoz

Search Engine Roundtable

Search Engine Journal

Online Marketing Blog

Search Engine Guide

Pronet Advertising

Marketing Pilgrim

Graywolf’s SEO Blog

Get Elastic

SEO Scoop

BlogStorm

Small Business SEM

Lee Odden

Rand Ranks Search Blogs

Lee Odden on Aug 15th, 2006     Blogging, Marketing Industry News, Online Marketing

I was looking for something else on Technorati and noticed a post on SEOMoz ranking 50 blogs in the search space. This was a personal opinion ranking and not something methodical or based on specific criteria. I agree with the blogs listed, just not the order many of them are listed. And that’s fine because Rand and I are different people and have different opinions.

It’s a clever post though, listing popular blogs like that. How many of those bloggers are going to link back to Rand’s post? Most of them I bet. Just like I did above. Rand has his link building through content tactics “down pat”.

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