TOP 10 TWITTER ACCONTS TO FOLLOW AS AN ENTREPRENEUR

Small business owners who use Twitter only as a marketing tool for their businesses are missing out.

Image  This microblogging twitter service can also be a huge resource for them in the day-to-day operation of their business.
Entrepreneurs must know the right twitter accounts to follow in order to benefit from all that Twitter can offer.
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Image  These are the 10 MUST FOLLOW Twitter accounts.

1 Guy Kawasaki    @GuyKawasaki
He has gained nearly 1.3 million Twitter followers.
2 Gene Marks  @genemarks
His Twitter account that provides small business owners with some of his best information.
3 Eric Knopf   @ericknopf
Eric Knopf, the co-founder of WebConnex, shares a steady stream of business advice on his Twitter account.
4 Small Business Answers   @smallbizanswers
If you have a question as a small business owner, changes are @smallbizanswers has the answer.
5 Brian Moran    @brianmoran
Brian Moran, who has extensive experience both as an entrepreneur and as someone who spent more than 20 years publishing advice for entrepreneurs.
6 Melinda Emerson  @SmallBizLady
Melinda Emerson’s Twitter handle @SmallBizLady  while Forbes also ranked Emerson as the Most Influential Woman for entrepreneurs.
7 Gary Vaynerchuk   @garyvee
Gary Vaynerchuk was at the forefront of the ecommerce movement starting Winelibrary.com, an online retailer of wine, beer and spirits.
8 Ramon Ray   @ramonray
More than likely know about SmallBizTechnology.com. The man behind that site is Ramon Ray.
9 AMEX Open    @OPENForum
Small business owners looking to keep educated on the latest trends in small business should give the American Express OPEN Forum account a follow.
10 Dharmesh Shah  @dharmesh
Today, Shah operates as the co-founder and chief technology officer at HubSpot.

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1 Guy Kawasaki    @GuyKawasaki
He has gained nearly 1.3 million Twitter followers.
Guy Kawasaki’s success has been well-documented.
Beginning with his work at Apple and continuing to several other businesses he founded.
Kawasaki has been able to blend not only relevant business news but also personal news and interests.

2 Gene Marks  @genemarks
Gene Marks’ views on small business is everywhere from The New York Times and Forbes to Inc. and the Huffington Post.
His Twitter account that provides small business owners with some of his best information.
His tweets link to his many weekly columns and also to interesting and unique business-related news that can benefit all sizes business owners from businesses.

3 Eric Knopf   @ericknopf
Eric Knopf his experience as a serial entrepreneur is just one of the reasons why his Twitter account is a must-follow.
For small business owners and entrepreneurs is he a must follow!
Eric Knopf, the co-founder of WebConnex, shares a steady stream of business advice on his Twitter account.
That helps everyone from small business owners to workers embrace their inner entrepreneur.

4 Small Business Answers   @smallbizanswers
Advice given into a number of categories, entrepreneurship, small business marketing, money, operations and technology.
If you have a question as a small business owner, changes are @smallbizanswers has the answer.
This Twitter account brings together a wealth of information that revolves mainly around giving advice to entrepreneurs.  
The account, which is linked to the Small Business Brief website.

5 Brian Moran    @brianmoran
He form a vital resource for entrepreneurs on Twitter.
Brian Moran, who has extensive experience both as an entrepreneur and as someone who spent more than 20 years publishing advice for entrepreneurs.
Brian Moran’s Twitter biography says he helps “entrepreneurs and marketers navigate the small and medium-sized business space,”
His followers get much more than that.
He mixes his own personal views and experiences along with that of other experts.

6 Melinda Emerson  @SmallBizLady
Melinda Emerson’s Twitter handle @SmallBizLady
Forbes also ranked Emerson as the Most Influential Woman for entrepreneurs.
All you need to know about why small business owners should follow her.
Melinda Emerson is the go-to voice for small businesses.
Both as an author, and womans voice …but also as the host of the weekly Twitter Chat #SmallBizChat.
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7 Gary Vaynerchuk   @garyvee
Gary Vaynerchuk is almost 40 years old.
He has already been a part of multiple startup successes.
Gary Vaynerchuk was at the forefront of the ecommerce movement starting Winelibrary.com, an online retailer of wine, beer and spirits.
Since then, Vaynerchuk has grown that and other businesses into successes while becoming an authority on wine.
Vaynerchuk’s Twitter feed blends together his views on everything from the New York Jets to his thoughts on business with relevant info for businesses of all sizes.

8 Ramon Ray   @ramonray
Small businesses looking for the newest and best ways to leverage technology into their business more than likely know about SmallBizTechnology.com.
The man behind that site is Ramon Ray.
Ramon Ray his Twitter account is full of business advice.
This is aimed at helping small business owners continue to grow their business.
He is a top author and speaker on small business.

9 AMEX Open    @OPENForum
The feed links to interesting information from the OPEN Forum website, which gives businesses a particularly relevant source of tips, advice and help.
Small business owners looking to keep educated on the latest trends in small business should give the American Express OPEN Forum account a follow.

10 Dharmesh Shah  @dharmesh
Dharmesh Shah started his first business at the age of 24 and hasn’t looked back since.
Today, Shah operates as the co-founder and chief technology officer at HubSpot.
His third entrepreneurial effort.
For those reasons, Shah’s Twitter account is a very useful resource for entrepreneurs operating in the tech space, but also for all those thinking about starting their own business.

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