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Re: The Top 20 CRM Blogs of 2014, Part 2
Posted by: Christopher J. Bucholtz 2015-01-20 22:04:56
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The second half of the Top 20 Bloggers list is the half that holds the most surprises and fresh faces. This year, it also has the most variety -- from non-English speakers to blogs targeted at small businesses -- as well as plenty of marketing-oriented content. There also are some re-entries to the list who have rediscovered their blogs and come roaring back. The second 10 of the Top 20 is where more niche-focused bloggers crack the list -- and, since there are likely to be some you haven't heard of before, in a way it's more interesting.


Re: The Top 20 CRM Blogs of 2014, Part 2
Posted by: schipman 2015-02-11 06:09:29 In reply to: Christopher J. Bucholtz
Christopher - thanks for the recognition of our ongoing efforts to be informative without being self promotional or displaying any vendor bias.

I recently summarized what we have learned about B2B blogging over the years (if I may make a temporary exception to the self promotion rule):

http://www.crmswitch.com/marketing-automation/nine-common-b2b-blogging-mistakes/

Re: The Top 20 CRM Blogs of 2014, Part 2
Posted by: HelenSt 2015-01-21 01:27:26 In reply to: Christopher J. Bucholtz
I totally agree both with the first and second part of the article. Just for your record, I've recently came across of some really interesting sales articles in Comidor's blog (https://www.comidor.com/en/blog/sales-and-marketing ).

Re: The Top 20 CRM Blogs of 2014, Part 2
Posted by: bradhodson 2015-01-20 22:09:10 In reply to: Christopher J. Bucholtz
Great list! I've definitely learned a lot from several of these guys. I know I've read a lot of Jesus' work, as I like to read his perspective and stay up with where the industry is in Latin America. I haven't tried reading the translated version, but he writes some mean CRM-talkin' Spanish.

Looking forward to some great perspectives and future-thinking going into 2015.

Brad Hodson
JobNimbus, http://www.jobnimbus.com/blog
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