If you want to learn more about social media marketing from some of the wisest folks on Twitter, here's a list of experts to follow. Most of them also share some of their best ideas on Social Media Today.
David Amerland: His books on SEO and Social Media demystify the complexity of the subjects they cover for readers around the world providing an accessible blueprint to better understand and take advantage of the opportunities offered by the connected economy.
He also says he's an "all-round tech rat with a penchant for mischief."
Robin Fray Carey: In 2007, she founded Social Media Today, one of the first companies to manage online B2B communities that connect large organizations with people they want to influence.
As traditional media went digital, and the internet went social, Robin was one of the first to realize that the emerging social media platforms offered huge promise to corporations seeking to interact directly with, and learn from, their customers, their employees, and experts.
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," writes Long.
Pam Moore: "The CEO of Marketing Nutz and Social Zoom Factor, Moore is a great source for social-media content. Get great tips and insight on how to build your business through social media by following her," writes Jonathan Long in Entrepreneur.
Andrew Hutchinson: From Melbourne, Australia, he's a freelance blogger, content creator and social media consultant. He's also an internationally published author.
Kevan Lee: "As the content crafter at Buffer, Lee tweets a great deal about social media and content marketing. His content typically features a lot of posts filled with tips that are suitable for people of all skill levels," writes Long.
Laurent Francois: He teaches Digital Marketing & Strategy in diverse business schools, including ESCP Europe and ECS. He was the first head of 360° Digital Influence in Europe (now Social @ Ogilvy). He then founded REUPagency, "home of creative misfits."
Larry Kim: "As the founder of pay-per-click management-software-company WordStream, Kim's Twitter account is a great source of PPC information, naturally, but he also tweets a lot about social media and content marketing," writes Long.
Deborah Sweeney: She is the CEO of MyCorporation, which provides online legal filing services for entrepreneurs and businesses, providing startup bundles that include corporation and LLC formation, registered agent, DBA, and trademark and copyright filing services.
On Twitter, you'll find she has a great focus on small business.
Really, he's a great go-to guy for everything related to content creation.
Who do you follow on Twitter who I should follow?