Most influential UK PR, social, SEO, marketing blogs

Today marketing automation software provider Eloqua released a UK edition of its ‘Blog Tree’ infographic of the most influential blogs in PR, social, SEO, marketing, tech, start-up and design. And this little, old blog of mine is right there near the top of the tree as one of the top three PR blogs and one of the top blogs overall. You can see the The Blog Tree: UK Edition below or download the PDF for a clickable version.

The Eloqua Experience Europe conference in May looks like it could be good as the keynote speaker is David Meerman Scott, author of Real Time Marketing & PR, the New Rules of Marketing & PR and most recently Newsjacking.

UPDATE

The news release announcing the release of the Blog Tree: UK Edition and blog post.

 

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About Stuart Bruce

International communications consultant and PR trainer specialising in online public affairs, digital corporate communications, online PR and social media; frequent national media commentator and conference speaker.

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  • http://www.edmnetwork.com/ Ron @ EDM Machines

    I don’t understand, I am holding my money to the screen and nothing is happening. LOL. UK gets all the cool toys before we do. TV shows too.

  • http://twitter.com/Sheldrake Philip Sheldrake

    Hi Stuart. Given the plethora of meanings and algorithms labelled “influence”, I’m starting a campaign to get people to explain their definition when they employ the word. I have a motive; simply that many algorithms fall way short of anything open, scientific and rigorous. How is influence defined here?

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  • http://www.stuartbruce.biz/ Stuart Bruce

    I think we all agree that such lists are meaningless, but fun. The one is based on Edleman’s Bloglevel tool, not sure how it works.

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  • http://creativefrappe.com/ Robert Kinney

    Googles algorithm is confusing with the Penguin and all that. Guess the brains behind it are on a different kind of influence.

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