26 Marketing Experts to Follow on Twitter

Do you know who to follow on Twitter?

Do you know who to follow on Twitter?

If you’re looking for ongoing help when it comes to digital marketing and social media, why not hop on Twitter to get a glimpse inside the minds of some of the industry’s top people?

Entrepreneur put together a list of the 25 Digital Marketing and Social Media Experts to Follow on Twitter to help you know who to check out. Below are a few of our favorites, as well as an addition, our own Goldstar CEO and marketing expert Jim McCarthy.

1. Guy Kawasaki: An industry veteran, Kawasaki’s Twitter feed is a source of inspiration that features a diverse range of topics. With nearly 1.5 million followers, it’s clear that he is doing something right.

2. Kim Garst: A social-media expert, Garst is always discussing the latest social-media marketing strategies and sharing content from her excellent blog as well as curated posts that she believes provide value.

3. Rand Fishkin: Fishkin, the founder of Moz, tweets about search-engine optimization and marketing. Check out his “Whiteboard Friday” videos — they always contain information that’s beneficial for everyone, regardless of experience and digital-marketing knowledge.

4. Kevan Lee: As the content crafter at Buffer, Lee tweets a great deal about social media and content marketing. His content typically features posts filled with tips that are suitable for people of all skill levels.

5. Amy Porterfield: Porterfield is all about growth, from social-media followers to prospects and profits. Give her a follow to have a constant flow of helpful content to engage with.

6. Aleyda Solis: A well-respected SEO consultant, Solis can be found speaking at some of the largest online-marketing conferences around the globe, and her expertise is featured in several industry publications. Follow her for helpful SEO tips and solid content.

7. Jim McCarthy: Goldstar’s CEO and the creator of the Selling Out blog, Jim is an expert on live entertainment marketing.

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