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Top Online Marketers on Twitter Awards

We all love lists so I thought I would collect the top online marketers on Twitter. I’ve included individuals, agencies, firms, brands, tools, and companies. Why discriminate. I also organized it alphabetically to avoid pissing contests.Top Online Marketers on Twitter Awards

Turns out there’s 265 of us, at least the way I counted. I included content marketing, social media marketing, influencer marketing, inbound marketing, email marketing, acquisition marketing, B2B marketing, network marketing, and search engine marketing. I think it’s a pretty useful list.  Here you go:

Top 265 Online Marketers on Twitter

follow By Username ManageFlitterTo make the list more useful, I have make it publicly viewable and downloadable on Google Docs as well as it’s very own public Twitter list called Top Online Marketers.

If you want to follow all of these folks en masse, I recommend ManageFlitter as it’s impossibly simple to not only copy and paste every single @twitterhandle into a text box and add them all at once but then you can also automagically create a Twitter List devoted to all of them just as I have.

Let me know if this list is useful and let me know if I am missing anyone — I’d be happy to add the folks I missed.  Good luck and go git ’em, Tiger!

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Chris Abraham

About Chris Abraham

A pioneer in online social networks and publishing, with a natural facility for anticipating the next big thing, Chris is an Internet analyst, web strategy consultant and advisor to the industries' leading firms. He specializes in Web 2.0 technologies, including content syndication; organize search engine optimization (SEO), online reputation management (ORM), content marketing, online collaboration, blogging, and consumer generated media.

6 replies to this post
  1. Thanks for including me in your list! Obviously you found accounts by searching for keywords in our bios. What you did not say is the criteria you used to determine who made the “top” list. Could you share that?

  2. How dare you! What kind of second-rate shop do you think this is! I’m thinking about removing you for such an accusation. No! I just collected everyone else’s list and then combined them and and then rendered them. Pretty much as second-rate but not nearly as sleazy as you suggest. Well, I guess it depends on how you define sleazy or second-rate.

    • You’re entirely welcome. I believe I did it the most authentic way: I scraped the Interwebs and you’re all what I came up with. Like panning for gold as opposed to going to the gold store!

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