People to follow on Twitter

Every Friday loads of people get recommended through the “followfriday” hashtag scheme. Already, that sounds confusing….! So, if you are unfamiliar with the concept of the hashtag read this article on hashtags from Twitip. Essentially a hashtag is just a word that you use to collect together a whole load of Tweets on the same subject.

Who should you follow on Twitter – and why? Here’s my list of recommended Tweople you should follow.

@AdrianHiggs
Excellent advice on business copy writing

@ajwilcox
Excellent advice on everything to do with mind mapping and Mind Manager

@alice_elliott
The Fairy Blogmother and advice on visual marketing

@andybeal
Insightful ideas on reputation management

@andylopata
Top advice on networking

@anthodges
Excellent advice on social media

@aydinstone
Brilliant information and ideas on creative thinking

@BlogCoach
Advice, ideas and information on blogging

@BookMarkLee
Need to get on with your accountant? Follow Mark!

@BreakingNews
The latest news headlines from loads of different sources

@calderdalelife
Make sure your marketing is effective, efficient and economic

@camwells
Chris Challis tweets his thought-provoking blogs here

@CanDoCanBe
Excellent advice on social media

@ChrisBrogan
Taking the world beyond social

@chrisdcooper
Business performance expert

@DailyPRtips
A tip a day to help your public relations activities

@DaveClarke
Networking advice and excellent links to other people

@davidhyner
Giving you the confidence to set MASSIVE goals

@DomainMonster
The best place to buy domains and get advice about domains etc.

@Dmscott
Thought provoking marketing advice

@drlyndashaw
Neuroscience expert for business and ageing

@ducttape
Excellent small business marketing ideas

@eilidhmilnes
Helps you become more productive

@geofframm
Witty and clever marketing expert

@glennwatkins
Business leadership expert

@HodgesNet
Excellent advice for online start-ups

@JeremyJacobs
Insights into presenting and blogging

@jeremy_nicholas
Always fun with thought-provoking media advice

@JohnHotowka
Always amusing and interesting

@JohnSimonett
Excellent after dinner and motivational speeaker

@KintishLtd
Advice on LinkedIn and networking

@lesleywriter
Brilliant advice and support on web writing

@LouiseBJ
Helps you build your business

@marketingwizdom
Excellent advice and information from marketing mentor Robert Clay

@Markshaw
The expert on Twitter

@mashable
Social media news and “how to” information

@Mediachris
Top notch communications advice

@Mediacoach
The best advice you can get on using the media

@Nigel_Morgan
Practical and insightful PR advice

@NikkiPilkington
Internet marketing and SEO information that is top notch

@paulallenmedia
Social media expert

@PaulSloane
Always plenty of ideas on creative thinking

@Problogger
Simply the best advice on professional blogging you can get

@Richard_White
Plenty of support for sales and selling

@Rodsloane
Everything you need to know about small business marketing

@simonbucknall
Helps you connect, influence and inspire through the spoken word

@socmedguys
Social media expertise from three social media guys

@SocMediaRebel
A no-nonsense view of social media

@Thebookwright
Unleash that book inside you…!

@TheTweepleQueen
A real expert on all things Twitter

@uksalesmentor
Steve Clarke is the man to go to if you want to learn how to boost your sales

@workforcetrends
Excellent advice about the trends that impact your business

 

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Graham Jones
Graham Jones is an Internet Psychologist who studies the way people use the online world, in particular how people engage with businesses. He uses this knowledge to help companies improve their online connections to their customers and potential customers and offers consultancy, workshops, masterclasses and webinars. He also speaks regularly at conferences and business events. Graham is an award-winning writer and the author of 32 books, several of which are about various aspects of the Internet. For more information connect with me on Google+
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