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10 Free, Must-Subscribe Resources for Marketers in 2017

Here’s where I turn to learn something new.

Barriers to content creation have never been lower than they are today. The democratization of content is an amazing thing that’s changing the world every hour. But with millions of people creating thousands of new blogs and podcasts every day, it can be tricky cutting through the noise of conversation and opinion to find insightful experts. The best bet is a referral from someone you trust.

I’d like to refer you to 10 free resources I consider must-subscribe for marketers in 2017. These folks cut through the clutter better than most. In this article, I explain why I’m subscribed and what makes each resource special. Are you subscribed to any of these? Check out the list and let me know in the comments.

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