14 Twitter Accounts Businesspeople Should Follow

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14 Twitter Accounts Businesspeople Should Follow

By Ruth Michel

How do you use Twitter? If you’re a serious professional, one purpose of your Twitter account should be collecting news and keeping up with the latest industry trends. Below is a collection of business, social media, marketing and public relations related Twitter handles to help jump start a quality news feed.

    • @briansolis
      Digital analyst, sociologist and futurist Brian Solis tweets about the effects of emerging media on business, marketing, publishing and culture.
    • @CNETNews
      CNET News tweets about everything tech.
    • @google
      Google tweets about its latest inventions and advances. As long as it controls YouTube, G+, Gmail, Google Maps… and the list continues… Google is worth paying attention to.
    • @HubSpot
      The marketing software company HubSpot tweets about inbound marketing strategies and tools.
    • @leadersbeacon
      Leader’s Beacon tweets about leadership topics such as employee engagement, delegation and teambuilding.
    • @MarketingSherpa
      MarketingSherpa tweets about B2B and B2C marketing practices and research.
    • @MarkRaganCEO
      The publisher of PR Daily’s tweets are directed at public relations professionals and include a mix of social media tips.
    • @mashable
      Mashable Founder and CEO Pete Cashmore tweets about web culture, technological breakthroughs and social media trends.
    • @MobileMktrDaily
      This news leader in mobile marketing, media and commerce tweets about just that.
    • @PublicityGuru
      Bill Stoller, an experienced public relations professional, tweets about his field and social media.
    • @newentrepreneur
      Bloomberg Businessweek’s team tweets about news that’s relevant to the small business and entrepreneur.
    • @smexaminer
      Founder and CEO of the Social Media Examiner Michael Stelzner tweets about using social media tools to generate brand awareness and increase sales.
    • @ThisIsSethsBlog
      Author Seth Godin tweets about his blog – a mix of inspirational posts about personal and professional development, leadership and marketing.
    • @WSJSmallBiz
      The Wall Street Journal uses this account to tweet about small business news.

This is just a short list, but it can help you keep pulse on the ever-changing world in which your business lives. Who are your favorite Tweeple? Please share!

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