When it comes to iconic teen movies that are full of fun little tidbits of wisdom (and a lot of laughs), Ferris Bueller’s Day Off is high on the list. Even if you haven’t seen it, you’ve likely seen the Domino’s pizza ads that recreate scenes from the movie to promote the new Domino’s Tracker. The ad features actor Joe Keery, from Netflix drama Stranger Things, in place of the original Ferris Bueller, played by Matthew Broderick. Bueller has quite a bit of wisdom for a 17-year-old, including this line he casually slings out at the beginning of the movie: “Life moves pretty fast. If you don’t stop and look around once in a while, you could miss it.”


This famous line holds a lot of truth, and can also be applied to other subjects. For example, replace “life” with “digital marketing” and it would still be a very true statement. The digital marketing industry moves at lightning speed. If you’re not paying attention, there’s a good chance you’ll miss the latest marketing trends—ones that could be invaluable to staying ahead of your competition. So how to keep up? Below we’ve listed 10 digital marketing news sources you should be reading to stay in the know.



Ad Age

Delivering the latest in marketing news, Ad Age got its start in 1930 as a broadsheet newspaper in Chicago. This ever-evolving publication keeps up with the times. In addition to coming in print form, its content is also available online, and you also have the option of signing up for daily e-mail newsletters.


Ad Week

Another well-rounded marketing news source that found its beginning as a print magazine, and the second-largest advertising-trade publication right behind Advertising Age.



Founded by Ryan Deiss, DigitalMarketer is a fantastic resource for all things digital, dedicated to providing educational tools to simplify complex online marketing strategies and help businesses grow.


Hubspot’s Blog

A pioneer of inbound marketing, Hubspot’s blog doesn’t disappoint, organizing a wide range of digital marketing research, news, and tips into easy-to-read posts. You’ll find everything from social media news to SEO advice.


Inside AdWords Blog

The ultimate source for officially sanctioned news about new AdWords features. It’s especially useful when it comes to a platform that is always evolving. If you’re looking for theories on the latest algorithm update however, you’ll have to look elsewhere. We suggest Search Engine Land—a great resource for all things search marketing related.


Marketing Land

This resource features daily breaking news stories that cover all aspects of the digital marketing industry. Besides the top digital marketing news stories, you’ll also find useful marketing tips and specialized articles written by an expert in the field.



From training courses, virtual conferences, and podcasts—not to mention the free articles—MarketingProfs provides a wealth of news, tips, and tricks on all of the tactics that live under the digital marketing umbrella.


Social Media Examiner

Here you’ll find all the latest news and advice for all things social. Learn how social media marketing can help you connect with your customers and drive more traffic to your site. Blog posts include expert interviews as well as informative case studies.


The Moz Blog

This blog specializes in all things SEO, with a wide range of digital marketing trends sprinkled in there as well. If you like their blog, you may also want to consider following founder Rand Fishkin on Twitter. You can expect to see 30 to 40 tweets a week on everything from SEO to entrepreneurship advice.


Wordstream’s Blog

Covering the latest news, as well as tips and strategies for all things digital marketing. Their posts are fun to read—often containing a good dose of humor, and the infographics are a great source for picking up quick bits of digital marketing information fast.


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