I love Twitter. I mentioned in my last blog post that Twitter is brining back the “thank you.” That’s not to say I don’t get annoyed by certain things on Twitter.
For instance, some people are really good at writing their Twitter Bio, but nothing else. If I see that you tweet about all things social media ROI and marketing automation, I’m very likely to hit the “follow” button faster than a speeding bullet.
However, sometimes we get caught up in the Bio only to find the person behind it tweets sporadically, only posts inspirational quotes, or doesn’t even know how to @tag someone back to have a conversation (believe me, that REALLY happens).
In that light I’ve decided to create my own list of who to follow on Twitter. You can rest assured they know how to use Twitter (as anyone offering social business SHOULD), and that they won’t wreck your stream with constant quotes by dead, albeit wise, men and women.
HubSpot – @hubspot
MarketingProfs – @marketingprofs (Ann Handley)
EConsultancy – @econsultancy
EMarketer – @emarketer
BtoB Online – @btobmagazine
Mark Schaefer – @markwschaefer
Jon Loomer – @jonloomer
Amy Porterfield – @amyporterfield
Cheryl K. Burgess – @ckburgess
SteamFeed – @SteamFeedcom
Content Marketing Institute – @CMIcontent
Brafton – @brafton
Brian Clark – @copyblogger
Michele Linn – @michelelinn
Chad Pollitt – @CPollittIU
SEO / SEM:
Unbounce – @unbounce
KissMetrics – @kissmetrics
SEOMoz – @seomoz
Barry Schwartz – @rustybrick
Gerald Weber – @the_gman
Enter shameless plug …
And of course there’s the B2 Pages!
Brooke Ballard – @madSMscientist (personal)
B Squared Media – @B2MediaLLC (business)
Who you you add to this list? Make sure to reply with your Twitter handle so I can follow YOU as well!
See you in the social sphere!
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Brooke B. Sellas is the in-the-trenches Founder & CEO of @HelloBSquared, an award-winning social media, advertising, and customer care agency. She's also the Co-host of The Marketing Companion podcast with Mark Schaefer, where they discuss jaw-dropping marketing trends. Brooke's marketing mantra is “Think Conversation, Not Campaign” so be sure to give her a shout!
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