Top Twenty Tweeters for Start-ups #ttt
I’m sure you’ll all agree that twitter is a very valuable tool for any start-up!
Here are a list of tweeters I have found particularly useful. My Top Twenty Tweeters #ttt for Start-ups – people that I recommend every start-up following.
Here are my #ttt for May:
@startupsfeed- brilliant feed from Startups.co.uk a free, amazing resource with tips, interviews, articles for start-ups and small businesses
@StartupDonut- – tips and advice for start-ups plus opportunities to appear on their site
@BusinessZone – online publication with useful info for smes
@utalkmarketing – online publication with tips and advice on marketing
@SmartaHQ - tips, advice and competitions for start-ups site
@_Inmovement – these guys do training for businesses. The tweets are motivating and inspiring
@TheMetClub- a networking site for businesses that run great events
@Robert_Craven – author and marketing expert. Very useful tweets and blogs
@AndyLopata – One of Europe’s leading business networking strategists (Financial Times). Just full of useful advice for all businesses
@PaulBoross – author, TV presenter and great one to follow for advice on communication and pitching
@Inspiring Women- useful info and inspiring articles for women in business
@Gill_Fielding – Secret Millionaire star who runs wealth creation events and often tweets business opportunities and advice
@johnsw – author of Screw Work, Let’s Play – interesting and motivating ideas
@StartupBritain – tips and advice for start-ups plus opportunities to appear on their site
@The_FPB – Forum of private business is a not for profit organisation providing support to small businesses
@findnetworking – brilliant site that lists networking events across the UK. Free!
@RachelElnaugh – entrepreneur and was a Dragon on Dragons’ Den – useful info, mentoring nd runs events
@TheoPhaphitis – watch out for his Small Business Sunday #SBS
@Freelanceadvice – does what it says on the tin!
@Squeeze Digital – useful info on digital marketing
@freshbusiness – great site for smes – often tweet about PR opportunities too