10 Twitter Accounts Every Small Business Owner Should Follow NOWWritten by Uwe on October 22, 2015
Twitter is only turning ten in March 2016 and already has over 500 million users. It is a must-have tool for any serious Entrepreneur and small business owner. Twitter can help you to interact with your existing customer base, it can help to find new prospective customers or you could just use it to conduct some market research for new products or services you want to launch.
If you aren’t on Twitter yet then head directly to their homepage and sign up now. If you’re already on Twitter, then have a look at the list of recommended Twitter handles to follow. Our recommendations range from traditional media, such as Inc. Magazine, to the Twitter accounts of new media websites, such as Social Media Today.
Twitter handles to follow as an Entrepreneur
NYT Small Business – A place where small-business owners can compare notes, ask questions, get advice, and learn from one another’s mistakes.
Mashable Business – News about business, advertising & marketing, money & finance, plus careers and business apps
Entrepreneur – Inspiring, informing and celebrating entrepreneurs since 1973
HuffPostSmBiz – The best of HuffPost Small Business — in 140 characters or less
Inc. – Everything you need to know to start and grow your business now
Social Media Today – Publishing & distribution of world’s best thinkers on SocialMedia best practices, tools & socialmarketing
Small Business Trends – Tweets from the Small Business Trends family of publications and its CEO, Anita Campbell
Guy Kawasaki – Author of thirteen books. Former chief evangelist of Apple
Gary Vaynerchuk – CEO of Vaynermedia. Host of #AskGaryVee show and a dude who Loves the Hustle, Winelibrary & the NYJets
InvoiceBerry – Our Twitter handle. We tweet about everything small business. We’d love to connect with you!
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