There are some amazingly knowledgeable writers online right now, and fortunately many of them write for some of the major business publications like Forbes, Entrepreneur, Inc., Huffington Post, and others. These are 10 online contributors who carry serious weight that almost anyone can learn a lot from.
Mike Templeman is the CEO of Foxtail Marketing, a digital-content marketing company. He is a contributor to Forbes, Entrepreneur, Fast Company, Business Insider, VentureBeat, The Washington Times, and various other publications where he focuses mostly on marketing, small business, and tech.
AJ Agrawal is an entrepreneur and speaker, and the Chairman and CEO of Alumnify. He is also a prolific contributor to Elite Daily, Entrepreneur Magazine, FitnessRX, Huffington Post, Inc. Magazine, Tech Cocktail, and other outlets.
William Craig is the President and Founder of the Internet marketing company WebpageFX. He is also a regular contributor to Forbes and Entrepreneur where he focuses on writing about organizational culture and entrepreneurial success.
Josh Steimle runs digital marketing agency MWI, Hong Kong entrepreneur outfit Startup Grind, and trains entrepreneurs and executives in influence and thought leadership. He is also a busy author, having written the book “Chief Marketing Officers at Work” and literally hundreds of articles for outlets like Entrepreneur, Fast Company, Forbes, Inc., Mashable, TechCrunch, and Time.
John Rampton is a serial entrepreneur, online marketing expert, and investor. He’s also one of the top online contributors in his niche, contributing regularly to Entrepreneur, Forbes, Fortune, Huffington Post, Inc., Mashable, TechCrunch, and Time; if you read about startups and entrepreneurship, you’ve probably read his work.
Lolly Daskal is a serious heavyweight among online contributors and influencers who has written thousands of columns, guest posts, and articles for a range of outlets, including Fast Company, Huffington Post, Inc., and Psychology Today. She’s also got more than 1.17 million followers on Twitter, to give you an example of how successful she is when it comes to understanding her audience.
Jeff Haden is the owner of BlackBird Media and an amazingly successful business writer. While he is a prolific ghostwriter, he is also extensively published under his own name and writes regularly for BusinessInsider, Entrepreneur, Inc., and is a top LinkedIn Influencer where he has over 650,000 followers.
Jayson DeMers is founder and CEO of AudienceBloom, an Internet marketing business in Seattle that focuses on social media marketing and SEO. He is also a columnist for BusinessInsider.com, Entrepreneur.com, Forbes.com, HuffingtonPost.com, Inc.com, SearchEngineJournal.com, SearchEngineLand.com, and SearchEngineWatch.com—that’s a serious online presence.
Sujan Patel is the VP of marketing at When I Work and the founder of contentmarketer.io. He also creates fantastic content for Entrepreneur, Fast Company, Forbes, Inc., SearchEngineJournal.com, Wall Street Journal, and other outlets.
Larry Kim has a great talent for writing on marketing, but not just for people who work in marketing; his content is also useful for people in business generally and sometimes an even broader audience. He is a regular columnist for Inc., and a frequent contributor to Business Insider, Huffington Post, MarketingLand.com, SearchEngineJournal.com, SearchEngineLand.com, SearchEngineWatch.com, SocialMediaExaminer.com, and other outlets.
I hope this list of 10 online contributors who carry serious weight has been useful to you. Did I skip anyone that’s one of your go-to sources? If so, definitely tell me in the comments.