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The most popular Social Media stories on AllTop right now
Reddit Social Media (www.reddit.com)
Brings together 45,000 social media professionals to discuss news and tactics.
Adweek Social Pro Daily (www.adweek.com)
Adweek's social sections offers frequent analyses of social media trends, along with predictions and news.
Hootsuite Blog (blog.hootsuite.com)
Hootsuite's blog offers all sorts of resources for social media power users.
Social Media Explorer (socialmediaexplorer.com)
Social Media Explorer brings you news, tips, and highlights key figures in the field.
Social Media Week (socialmediaweek.org)
Social Media Week offers a glut of news on all things social media.
Mike Gingerich (www.mikegingerich.com)
Mike Gingerich has a decade of experience in internet marketing, and in his blog he shares news, tools, and insights.
Buffer Social (blog.bufferapp.com)
Buffer Social shares tips, tools, and news about social media.
Social Media Hat (www.thesocialmediahat.com)
Social Media Hat shares advice for improving your social media usage.
Peg Fitzpatrick (pegfitzpatrick.com)
Peg Fitzpatrick is a social media expert, trainer, author, and speaker. She shares insights in her blog.
Social Media Examiner (www.socialmediaexaminer.com)
Social Media Examiner brings all sorts of news about social media for professionals.
Top Dog Social Media (topdogsocialmedia.com)
Offers tips and advice for maximizing your social media management and campaigns.
Dustin's blog foucses on design and new social media platformers.
Social Media Today (www.socialmediatoday.com)
Analyzes trends in the social media industry, as well as breaking news and tips.
Agora Pulse (www.agorapulse.com)
Agora Pulse covers everything you need for social media marketing.
Social media is the most significant media shift in the last several decades. The social media revolution has forever altered so many aspects of culture: media, politics, business, personal relationships, and so much more. It’s basically too much to keep on top of social media news.
Our curated list of social media sites brings together experts in the field, popular forums, and industry insider sources. Whatever your platform of choice––Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, or anything else––you’ll find helpful material here.
Reddit Social Media
Around 125 million redditors gather to open-source their social media questions, tips, tricks, and how-tos. It’s the most popular forum on social media on Reddit.
Adweek Social Pro Daily
Adweek has been publishing since 1979, making it among the oldest professional advertising publications out there. We’ve included their social media section, which shares the latest news about social media.
Hootsuite began in 2008 as a Twitter platform and quickly became incredibly huge. They’re industry leaders in all things social media, and the blog shares news and tips for maximizing social media use.
Social Media Explorer
Social Media Explorer prides itself on its high-quality writing team, which they say cuts through all the noise floating through the ether about social media. The site offers loads of tactics for improving your social media as well as opinions about social media developments.
Social Media Week
Social Media Week is named after a conference dedicated to social media. Their news platform shares social media developments, business and advertising tactics, and opinions.
Mike Gingerich is an industry insider, well known for his work with non-profits and small businesses to improve not only their social media strategies but their overall success. His blog offers loads of insight into social media improvement.
Buffer Social brings together a team of 82 people from around the world, all working together to improve social media and marketing for companies. Their blog shares some of the insights they’ve learned.
Social Media Hat
Social Media Hat works with small and medium businesses on all thing social media. Their blog offers loads of social media advice geared towards the professional, emphasizing things like LinkedIn posts.
Peg Fitzpatrick is a “social media guru,” having amassed over a million followers from scratch––without relying on celebrity status or influencer-style selfies. She shares her in-the-trenches tricks on her blog.
Social Media Examiner
Michael Stelzner founded Social Media Examiner in the midst of the 2008 recession. At that time, lots of people were complaining about everything wrong with social media, but few people were talking about how to effectively use it. Stelzner was among the first to change that.