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April is one of the smartest people working in B2B marketing. I have read both of her books, try to listen to every episode of her podcast, and now also to read everything she ever publishes on Substack. If you want to get better at B2B tech marketing, nobody is better to learn from than April.
While I'm a marketer that writes about my ADHD, Melanie is a marketer who writes about her autism. In her newsletter, you won't find much discussion of marketing, but you will learn a fair bit about autism and neurodivergence. And perhaps, like me, you might start to accept your own (suspected or diagnosed) autism too.
Meg's newsletter is the most similar publication to ADMD out there. If you like discussions of marketing from a very human standpoint, touching on emotions, creativity, and memory - you'll love Sorry I Missed You.
Ramli is an incredible marketer and consistently features fascinating interviews with some of the brightest minds in our industry. He puts a lot of care into his newsletter and podcast, and all of that thoughtfulness shines through.
Molly's sharp and insightful overviews of the crypto industry are unparalleled. She has a gift for explaining the lack of substance behind all of the technobabble snd doesn't shy away from breaking down all of the grifts running rampant within the crypto industry.
Fio is brilliant. I've read her newsletter longer than most other publications on Substack, and her sharp observations and refreshingly logical advice on content marketing are always a delight.
A B2B marketing podcast that actually gets into substantive discussions on both tactics & strategy? What else could you possibly want? Even when Jason interviews experts whose work I already follow, his conversations always manage to surprise me. Jason knows how to ask unique and insightful questions, prompting his guests to share tips they've never spoken about on other platforms.
Although I only read Lenny's free content, his newsletter is one of my favorite professional publications in the tech industry. Lenny never repeats the same tired, generic advice that you might be bored of from other product & growth publications. Instead, you'll have to think through specific tactics, step-by-step process recommendations, and the real details behind the success of companies and growth professionals.
Ed Zitron has been publishing some of the most insightful analysis on social media and the internet lately. I might have read most of his essays at least twice, many three times. And each time I find something new and valuable. Ed has now inspired at least two issues of my own newsletter and I'm sure that I'll continue to draw inspiration from him for many more to come.