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10 Marketing Experts to Follow on Twitter

10 Marketing Experts to Follow on Twitter

Are you just getting your feet wet with Twitter? Or, were you an early adopter who started tweeting and using Twitter as a marketing tool well before anyone even knew what it was? No matter what stage of Twitterhood you’re in, I have a question for you …

Who do you follow?
Simple question, right? Well, there are tons of people from all walks of life who use Twitter. Sure, you can follow peeps in your niche or even folks you like. But, you should also mix things up and look for new people, people who are interesting, who you can learn from, or who you might forge business partnerships with.
Whether you’re just getting started or have been using Twitter for a while, stick around because I’ve put together a list (in no particular order) of some must-follow marketing peeps you should meet.

10 Marketing Experts to Follow on Twitter

This list — with some featured tweets — is purposefully short because I want to make sure you have enough time to check them all out. So, no excuses.

1. Marsha Collier

Twitter Bio: Author 48 books: Social Media, eComm, eBay, Customer Service. Forbes Top 10 Futurist, Founder #CustServ, #techradio podcast, marketing whisperer. StarTrek nerd

2. Mike Kawula

Twitter Bio: CEO @theSocialQuant Social Media Twitter Marketing Startup driving businesses Leads & Sales! Entrepreneur, Author & Inc. 500 Alum

3. Kim Garst

Twitter Bio: I help entrepreneurs GROW their business w/ social media! Keynote speaker, Forbes Top 10 Social Media Influencer.  Live Video Pro. Loves God, family & hockey!

4. Sean Gardner

Twitter Bio: World Traveler, VP of Digital @WorldCommForum, Board Member @DigiMarketingWF, Keynote Speaker, #GivingTuesday Ambassador; shooting a film w/ producer @RashaGoel

5. Kim Reynolds

Twitter Bio: Marketing Manager @SMExaminer #smmw17  Facebook Ads Consultant  Digital Marketing  #VR #AR #AI #SocialMedia

6. Marcus Sheridan

Twitter Bio: Acclaimed International Keynote Speaker. Author of “They Ask, You Answer” Helping businesses reach their potential in the digital age. Husband. Father. Teacher.

7. Gina Schreck

Twitter Bio: CEO – @SocialKNX – A content marketing & social media mgmt agency- I love BIG adventures- sing loud in my car- HATE cilantro & Im easily distracted by shiny obj..

8. Larry Kim

Twitter Bio: CEO @MobileMonkey_, Founder @WordStream. Columnist @Inc, @Medium, @CNBC. Entrepreneurship, AdWords, Facebook ads, Chatbots. Popularized Unicorns in Marketing.

9. Pam Neely

Twitter Bio: #Marketing #ContentCreator | @Copyblogger Certified Master Content Marketer | 2016 Hermes Award for #Blogging | MS Mktg @NYU | NY Press Award

10. Mark Schaefer

Twitter Bio: #1 Social media keynote speaker, author, & consultant; Digital transformation; Five best-selling marketing books; Marketing Companion podcast; College educator

If you want to follow everyone featured in today’s post, I’ve put them (as well as a few others) on a Twitter list. Once you’re there, click the “Subscribe” button (upper left side of the page). Not sure what a Twitter list is? Jump over to this post to learn more.

Btw, who would you add to a top ten list of marketing experts to follow on Twitter? Share in the comments!

Hey there, I’m Deb. I’m a Digital Productivity Coach and Consultant, Certified Professional Organizer®, speaker, and lover of all things tech. I’m also addicted to apps and love helping small business owners leverage technology so they can be more productive.

This Post Has 8 Comments

    1. If you haven’t already, you can follow them all here: Click “Subscribe” on the left side of the page. Of course, if you pick up any golden nuggets from any of these wonderful marketing peeps, please share!

      I’m sure we’ll bump into each other at Conference … and I’ll nudge you (gently) to jump into FB live. 😉 Thanks for stopping by, Seana. =)

    1. I figured many of these folks would be on your radar, Janet. =) Anyone on the list that you hadn’t heard of before? Curious as I was trying to add some familiar names along with those that might not be as recognizable.

  1. Great list of experts. I follow Kim Garst and she always has great tips and tricks! She even brings of topics I didn’t even think about yet. I will be checking out the rest of these soon. Thanks for gathering them in one post. =)

  2. I like the point you make about learning from people from “all walks of life.” It’s important to learn from within our industry and outside it. Thanks for sourcing such a great list of marketing experts. I’m familiar with a few of them, but others I look forward to checking out…because there’s always more to learn, right?

    1. Yep, there’s always something to learn! I like following a variety of people, not just productivity or tech peeps. It’s good to get a range of perspectives. Which ones on this list are new to you?

      Always great to see your smiling face pop up here. Look forward to catching up in person, Linda. =)

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