I’m on a 10,000 word bender today for ProjectE and need a warm up and this is it. If you’re not on this list, don’t get your knickers in a twist, I probably value your input so much I want to keep it ultra secret :)
Sooo… now to the five people I follow regularly and why.
I’m not sure how I found Rob, it was probably via Twitter. I’ve since spoken with him a couple of times and even laid down an “affiliate challenge” to him (I’m waiting…. I’m not letting you win thou!).
The content that he’s created is absolutely fantastic at both his personal site at robcubbon.com and one of his other sites at wordpressseomarketing.com and I’ve found both to be a brilliant resource. This is why this site has a sign up form on the right from one of his articles, although I need to do more.
Put it this way, when I get stuck with WordPress, Rob is the person I ask. You can follow Rob via his twitter feed here.
I mainly like Seth as he has less hair than me.
But seriously this chap is amazing, I think I’ve now read or listened to 6 or so of his books. I even bought a purple jumper, solely because of his book “Purple Cow” and he is one of my virtual mentors.
With his uncanny ability to see straight through bullshit, if there was one person I could only follow, this would be the one.
If I ever need motivation and a firm “slap with a fish for desiring to be a corporate monkey”, I read his blog http://sethgodin.typepad.com/.
I stumbled across Rob when searching the keywords ecommerce expert and he just so happened to be occupying #1 the spot. past the envy part (mainly because of the amount of work he’s put in to get there), turns out Robs a really great bloke (shocker that) and his last tweet sums it up:
Google admit they were at fault – my mother always says, when you admit you were wrong, that makes you right http://t.co/LsNQFE4
Chris Dawson (TameBay)
Totally hats off to Chris (& Sue Bailey of course), from the booze up when TameBay was first birthday in Manchester a few years back, to today its still running and being frequently updated, which is no small feat.
Normally Tamebay is one of the first sources of news (quicker than AuctionBytes and not USA biased) and most posts are followed by some very interesting & hilarious comments.
Chris might say “Good night moon”, but I’m sure he doesn’t sleep, he’s really a machine!
Been a long standing follower of his blog at chrisbrogan.com and his musings on his twitter feed. No nonsense advice and suggestions on numerous topics, you really just need to read some of them to see if they’re of as much value as I find them.
They each add emense value to myself and I sincerely hope these five people can add some diversity into your social ventures.
Now only 9514 words to go before I can escape this office. Better put the coffee pot on I think…