Lee Odden

Larry Chase Web Digest for Marketers

If you’ve been in the Internet marketing biz for a while, you’ll recognize the name Larry Chase and his Web Digest for Marketers. I’ve been a subscriber for a very long time and always salivated at being one of the companies/websites profiled in his highly subscribed to email newsletter.

Well guess what? Today Online Marketing Blog was listed in Larry’s “Top 12 Sites for Marketing to Marketers”. Here’s the what he said:

“Online media buying is such a diverse field that simply following the “who’s buying who” media company headlines won’t cut it for the online marketer who’s valiantly trying to stay ahead of the curve, both professionally and creatively. That’s why we like the Online Marketing Blog, which covers the search engine industry as well as tactics ranging from search engine optimization to blog marketing and online public relations. It is written by Lee Odden, a respected online marketer and CEO of TopRank Online Marketing. At the time of writing, the blog featured news and updates from all the latest search engine marketing conferences as well as articles on Google’s advertising secrets and new tools from online press release services. Bookmark it.”

Pretty cool actually. Thanks Larry!

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Lee Odden About Lee Odden

@LeeOdden is the CEO of TopRank Marketing and editor of Online Marketing Blog. Cited for his expertise by The Economist, Forbes and the Wall Street Journal, he's the author of the book Optimize and presents internationally on B2B marketing topics including content, search, social media and influencer marketing. When not at conferences, consulting, or working with his talented team, he's likely running, traveling or cooking up something new.


  1. Avatar Igor M. (BizMord Blog) says

    It’s always great to be mentioned, especially praised. I enjoy whenever someone comments, links to or mentions my posts.

    Even when Seth Godin came to post on my site http://www.bizmord.com/Blog/archives/95
    (even though he was a bit angry) I appreciated it.

    By the way … Lee I don’t think your DIGG link works.

  2. Comments are definitley a good signal, I agree Igor. When I click on the Digg link it brings me to this page: http://www.digg.com/submit

    Does it go there for you as well?

  3. Avatar Igor M. (BizMord Blog) says

    Yep. I thought it would add your post to the Digg Database or add 1 more DIGG to the article.

  4. Wait, I just replaced the existing script with a new one generated by our Social Bookmark creator. It works fine now. Thanks for the heads up Igor!