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Top 20 twitter small business experts we really love

  1. 1. ©2011 Trusted All Rights Reserved. Top 20 Twitter Small Business Experts We Really Love 2011 has been called by many as the year of the twitter. This was the year every business owner serious about social media tried to build her presence on Twitter. Twitter is probably the best place to learn new things and directly interact with awesome new people.
  2. 2. ©2011 Trusted All Rights Reserved. We at had the privilege of learning and interacting with some of the most influential people on Twitter. So this our attempt to thank these experts and recognize them for their efforts. THANKS FOR BEING OUR TWITTER HEROES. So without further delay here is the list (Alphabetically). Adam Toren (@thebizguy) He is the guy who inspires us to think big everyday. Right from his quotes to his small snippets of advice, everything makes him the lovable small business expert. @thebizguy thanks for being awesome and for giving every Small Biz something to dream about in 2011 26 minutes ago via webReplyRetweetFavorite @TrustedBiz Amilya Antonetti (@amilya) You probably know her outside twitter on Fox News, but it is her effortless interaction with her followers on twitter which is most admired by us. We only wish she shared a bit more Small Business advice based on her rich experience. @amilya we are one of your greatest admirers and we are lucky to have learned from you in 2011 19 minutes ago via webReplyRetweetFavorite
  3. 3. ©2011 Trusted All Rights Reserved. @TrustedBiz Ann Handley (@marketingprofs) Ann Handley really knows how to make the content of MarketingProfs go crazy viral. As the Chief Content Officer she is the driving force behind the super awesome content coming from @MarketingProfs keep rocking in 2012. Learned a lot from you and MarketingProfs in 2011 17 minutes ago via webReplyRetweetFavorite @TrustedBiz Carrie Wilkerson (@barefoot_exec) Carrie Wilkerson has been seen on Lifetime TV,, CNN, and much more. While not busy focusing on her career as a speaker, author, small business owner, she is busy away with her four kids. @barefoot_exec u are a hero to many women entreps we have interacted with. Plz continue being awsm in 2012 15 minutes ago via webReplyRetweetFavorite @TrustedBiz
  4. 4. ©2011 Trusted All Rights Reserved. Chris Brogan (@chrisbrogan) You might know him as the co-author of Trust Agents, one of New York Times bestselling books or seen him write an article for Entrepreneur Magazine. But he is also the president of a media and educational company called Human Business Works. @chrisbrogan you have given us new things to learn in more than one place. Love you for that 11 minutes ago via webReplyRetweetFavorite @TrustedBiz Dharmesh Shah (@dharmesh) Having found two startups, Pyramid Digital Solutions and HubSpot, he knows what he’s talking about when it comes to startups. As a technology guy big on coding, we are lucky to see that not all his tweets are about coding. (actually none of it is on coding) @dharmesh your blog and your tweets start our day with great advice. Plz cont. to be a rockstar in 2012. 8 minutes ago via webReplyRetweetFavorite @TrustedBiz George Clegg (@LogicalD)
  5. 5. ©2011 Trusted All Rights Reserved. George Clegg has been the owner of an IT consulting firm for over 20 years, and has learned the difficulties and issues that many small business owners may face. Anything you need to know about IT, he’s your man. @LogicalD u r one of the few people who taught us that small biz needs more than just marketing to grow thx 5 minutes ago via webReplyRetweetFavorite @TrustedBiz Hanna Hasl-Kelchner (@NoNonsenseLawyr) If you are looking for legal knowledge on how to use law as a strategic business tool, then Hanna Hasl-Kelchner is your woman! She’s helped plenty of executives, business managers, and entrepreneurs with their legal matters. @NoNonsenseLawyr thanks a ton for helping small biz make sense of the legal world in 2011. 2 minutes ago via webReplyRetweetFavorite @TrustedBiz John Jantsch (@ducttape)
  6. 6. ©2011 Trusted All Rights Reserved. John Jantsch blog, Duct Tape Marketing, has been chosen as Forbes favorite for marketing and small business. Who better to get information from than from the source itself, providing you new marketing ways and strategies. Kim Garst (@kimgarst) Looking for a social media expert? You’ve come to the right place. You may say that Kim Garst is a social media guru. Got questions about how to use Twitter or Facebook or Youtube to help your business? Ask her, or just check her Facebook page. Laura Roeder (@lkr) Another social media guru not to rule out is Laura Roeder. She went from a “Junior Designer” to a “CEO” within a matter of minutes when she quit her job and started her own business. Who better to follow than someone who’s taken the dive and wants to help others better their business? Liz Strauss (@lizstrauss) As a speaker, teacher, community builder, thought leader, Liz Strauss hold the title of being one of the most influential blogger on the Internet. She is currently the CEO and founder of SOBCon and runs Matt Wilson (@mattwilsontv) Matt Wilson is looking to help any young entrepreneur further their career in life. He is the Co- founder of Under30CEO, a leading media company for news, trends, and events for young entrepreneurs. Melinda Emerson (@SmallBizLady)
  7. 7. ©2011 Trusted All Rights Reserved. You can find Melinda Emerson hosting #SmallBizChat on Twitter every Wednesday from 8- 9PM EST. She is also the author of Become Your Own Boss in 12 Months. Nina Kaufman (@NinaKaufman) Found as one of Forbes Top 30 Women Entrepreneurs on Twitter, Nina is also the founder of Ask the Business Lawyer. Anything business law related, she’s your woman. Rick McKinney (@BizTipsDaily) Who else better than to get marketing tips from someone who has had over 20 years experience in sales. He is currently a Senior Media Strategist at Berry Network (a division of AT&T Advertising Solutions). Rieva Lesonsky (@Rieva) Being busy as the CEO of GrowBiz Media and managing, Rieva Lesonsky has had 30 years of experience in consulting small businesses and entrepreneurs. Sarah Needleman (@sarahneedleman) Sarah Needleman is a reporter for The Wall Street Journal, Dow Jones since 2001, and is currently covering small businesses. She is also a writer for many other columns such as Small- Business Boss and Accidental Entrepreneur. Shashi Bellamkonda (@shashib) Busy being a speaker for small business, Senior Director of Social Media Network Solutions, and a marketing Professor at Georgetown University. TJ McCue (@TJMcCue)
  8. 8. ©2011 Trusted All Rights Reserved. Who is our last and final man? It’s TJ McCue of course. He publishes Tech Biz Talk, a review site for business owners who want to learn about the newest and best applications out there that will help their business grow. Did we miss out a Small Business Expert on Twitter that you love? Let us know below.