The internet has made it easier than ever to learn about the latest marketing tactics and trends. And there are perhaps few better resources for the marketing community than Twitter. If you want to find insightful tips in 140 characters or less, links to useful articles, and more, Twitter should be your go-to platform.
But who will fill your newsfeed with helpful, insightful marketing trends? Without further ado, here is a list 24 top-notch marketers who you should start following today:
The co-founder of KISSmetrics, Crazy Egg and other marketing websites, Neil Patel’s primary focus is sharing information that will help you generate traffic—and income—from your blog. A must-follow for anyone trying to monetize their web presence.
As the Head of Content for MarketingProgs, Ann Handley’s tweets provide helpful links that cover a wide range of marketing topics for newbies and pros alike.
The President of Convince and Convert knows what he’s talking about—especially when it comes to sharing strategies that will help you convert leads into sales.
As the founder of Moz, Rand Fishkin is an excellent source for updates and information on the highly-used SEO software.
The VP of Marketing for SHIFT Communications frequently shares data-driven insights that have application for your entire business.
One of the web’s most popular content marketing and social media influencers, Jeff Bullas shares a wealth of digital marketing tips and tricks from some of the best writers on the web.
Apple’s former chief evangelist shares a mix of insightful marketing posts and funny videos to spice up your newsfeed.
Mari Smith is one of the web’s leading experts on successfully using social media marketing. Whether it’s Facebook or Pinterest, she’s got you covered.
The author of “The Marketing Performance Blueprint,” Paul Roetzer’s Tweets offer valuable insights for anyone trying to manage a successful marketing agency.
As the director of the Copyblogger blog and owner of Big Brand System, Pamela Wilson offers useful tips on a variety of writing-related tasks for marketers.
The founder of Echelon Copy, Lucas Miller’s posts and blog links help teach marketers to “write like you talk.”
The co-founder of CRM Essentials doesn’t just share his own content. He also frequently retweets some of the best marketing content from across the web.
The CEO of TopRank Marketing tends to tailor his tweets to marketing data—a valuable source of factually solid, research-based information to guide any marketing agency’s efforts.
Whether you’re trying to get more out of your sales page or monetize your social media accounts, Amy Porterfield’s Tweets and links offer key insights to increase your sales growth through your digital marketing efforts.
Want to know how the Internet of Things and other new technologies will affect your marketing? Look no further than Glen Gilmore, who lectures internationally through his company, the Gilmore Business Network.
With a focus on social media strategy for small businesses, Kim Garst’s Tweets are an excellent resource for anyone wondering how to get started with social marketing.
The founder of The Marketing Nutz shares a wide range of tips for startups, with a particular emphasis on getting more from your digital marketing efforts.
A Forbes Top 50 Social Media Influencer, Steve Farnsworth offers great insights for anyone trying to navigate the world of B2B content marketing.
The founder of PPC management company Mobile Monkey, Larry Kim’s Tweets and links can help you get better click-through-rates for your ads.
The founder of SearchEngineLand and MarketingLand, Danny Sullivan is often the first to report on breaking news in the world of digital marketing.
If you’re looking for technical, implementable SEO information, international SEO consultant Aleyda Solis’s Twitter account serves as a great source for tactics to improve your PageRank.
As an expert on business growth, Perry Marshall offers useful insights to increase your ability to turn leads into sales.
The founder of Duct Tape Marketing covers just about every digital marketing topic known to man, from podcasts to influencer marketing.
Gary Vaynerchuk’s Twitter account isn’t just a way to keep up with the popular CEO’s show; it’s also a constant source of motivation for anyone trying to manage a business.
Well, there you have it. 24 Twitter influencers who can help you change your marketing efforts for the better.
And the best part of it is that this is only the tip of the iceberg. There are literally hundreds of other influencers on Twitter who can help you improve your marketing.
So start following, and start learning!
PS: If you’d like to follow everyone listed here via a Twitter list, I set one up right here.