Wednesday, July 02, 2008

The UK's top 50 marketing blogs

Spinning Around has compiled its latest version of the UK's Top 50 Marketing Blogs. FasterFuture is in it. Which is nice.I guess it's a reflection of my increasing focus on understanding what it is people want and how they behave. That's what marketing is about. It's also what content, products and services are about. Marketing as THE discipline of the connected age? Who knew?

UKGlobalBlog
1 (+1)37 (+19)russell davies
2 (-1) David Airey
3 (+1)56 (+6)NevilleHobson.com
4 (-1)62 (-2)Blogstorm
5 (-)77 (-)adliterate
6 (+2)96 (+32)Only Dead Fish
7 (-1)102 (+3)Crackunit
8 (+1)103 (+28)PR Blogger
9 (-2)119 (+5)The Engaging Brand
10 (-)157 (+6)Welcome to Optimism
11 (-)180 (-12)HERD
12 (-)191 (-17)A PR Guy’s Musings
13 (-)194 (-17)Make Marketing History
14 (+2)199 (+13)PPC Blog
15 (+2)208 (+8)Crenk
16 (+2)220 (-1)Blog Till You Drop
17 (-3)222 (-34)Modern Marketing
18 (+2)227 (+13)Spinning Around
19 (-4)242 (-35)Fraser’s Affiliate Marketing Blog
20 (+2)278 (+17)greenormal
21 (-2)295 (-56)Hobo SEO UK
22 (+4)305 (+40)Faster Future
23 (NEW)318 (NEW)SEOCO Blog
24 (-1)321 (-18)Life Moves Pretty Fast
25 (-)324 (+14)Wadds’ tech pr blog
26 (-2)329 (-8)Beyond PR
27 (-)349 (-1)livingbrands
28 (-7)350 (-58)Drew B’s take on tech PR
29 (-)359 (-1)Interactive Marketing Trends
30 (+2)375 (+16)50-Plus Marketing
31 (-3)382 (-33)Simonsays
32 (-2)399 (-40)mediations
33 (+2)423 (+23)Nick Burcher
34 (-1)426 (-33)Brand Strategy Magazine Blog
35 (NEW)439 (NEW)Marketing Persons Blog
36 (+2)453 (+37)Simon Wakeman
37 (-3)454 (-41)Raw Stylus
38 (-7)456 (-75)Living in a digital world
39 (+5)474 (+43)The Way of the Web
40 (-4)477 (-18)(Almost) Always Thinking
41 (-4)495 (-25)Pudding Relations
42 (-2)502 (-306)The New Marketing
43 (-4)503 (-12)[Bluurb] stuff and things
44 (-3)521 (-18)A Mountain Dweller in the Thames Valley
45 (NEW)526 (NEW)Vincent Thome’s Blog
46 (NEW)539 (NEW)London Calling
47 (-1)557 (-24)Unleashed on Marketing
48 (-5)563 (-48)Brandgym Blog
49 (-4)568 (-37)All Things PR
50 (-1)592 (-10)In the Cowshed

FasterFuture.blogspot.com

The rate of change is so rapid it's difficult for one person to keep up to speed. Let's pool our thoughts, share our reactions and, who knows, even reach some shared conclusions worth arriving at?