What Books Are Inbound’s Top Marketers Reading?

Inbound is a huge community of marketers sharing their latest ideas and articles, so we were curious to know what kind of books their top members recommended on Twitter over time.

What books are Inbound’s top marketers reading? 🚀

To answer this question, we collected 450 usernames from Inbound’s Top Members page, and scanned their Twitter profiles for book recommendations. You can see below a list of 15 recommendations, or visit Inbound’s bookshelf for more books.

1. All Over the Place: Adventures in Travel, True Love, and Petty Theft

Recommended by Cyrus Shepard

Great news: Geraldine DeRuiter’s new book is A) Amazing B) Laugh-out-loud funny C) On sale — before release! (tweet)

2. Hacking Growth: How Today’s Fastest-Growing Companies Drive Breakout Success

Recommended by Everette Taylor

If I could recommend one book on how to grow a biz, its this. Hacking Growth just released by Sean Ellis Morgan Brown (tweet)

3. The Road to Recognition: The A-to-Z Guide to Personal Branding for Accelerating Your Professional Success in The Age of Digital Media

Recommended by Shayla Price

Get recognized! Must-read book by Seth Price & Barry Feldman (tweet)

4. Traction: How Any Startup Can Achieve Explosive Customer Growth

Recommended by Dharmesh Shah

The wait is over! Traction book is now out. Get Traction because traction trumps everything. (tweet)

5. Ready Player One: A Novel

Recommended by noah kagan

Best book I’ve read this year — 2015 (tweet)

6. Beyond the E-Myth: The Evolution of an Enterprise: From a Company of One to a Company of 1,000!

Recommended by Allan Caeg

🏆 My Favorite Book of 2016: Beyond The E-Myth by Michael E. Gerber Must read for #smallbiz #entrepreneurs. Updated classic for modern 🌐 (tweet)

7. The Power of Habit: Why We Do What We Do in Life and Business

Recommended by Alfred Lua

The Power of Habit is a great book! Finally finished it after quite a while 🙂 (tweet)

8. Claire DeWitt and the City of the Dead

Recommended by Rand Fishkin

… agreed! Loved that book (tweet)

9. The Art of SEO (Theory in Practice)

Recommended by Takeshi Young

… Good job! Still one of the best SEO books out there. (tweet)

10. Essentialism: The Disciplined Pursuit of Less

Recommended by Benjamin Beck

One of the best books I’ve read in a long time! Highly recommend it. (tweet)

11. Deep Work: Rules for Focused Success in a Distracted World

Recommended by Glen Allsopp

Half way through Deep Work by Cal Newport. Excellent read, as expected. Definitely recommended for those who work on their own online. (tweet)

12. The Paradox of Choice: Why More Is Less

Recommended by AJ Kohn

… That’s perhaps my favorite ‘business’ book with Don’t Make Me Think and Simple and Usable close behind. (tweet)

13. Eating the Dinosaur

Recommended by Shannon Byrne

… so I finally read Eating the Dinosaur and am now hyper aware of my nervous / anxious laughter and feel weird about it each time (tweet)

14. The Business of Sharing: Making It in the New Sharing Economy

Recommended by Matthew Barby

Just finished reading The Business of Sharing from @alexmstephany — incredible read. Any entrepreneur should read it. (tweet)

15. The 22 Immutable Laws of Marketing: Violate Them at Your Own Risk!

Recommended by G. Ramona Sukhraj

… As a content girl, Everybody Writes is my hands down fave, but 22 is def a worthy competitor! Thanks for reading Manpreet! (tweet)

Source: ParrotRead

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