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9 Must-Follow Twitter Influencers for Freelancers

Twitter influencers are the thought-leaders in their specific niches and are able to produce noteworthy and retweet-worthy information while having an existing (and hopefully continuously growing) audience. They usually intimately know their niche and are eager to share this knowledge with their followers. That’s why it’s important you follow them Here is a list of 9 must-follow influential freelance tweeters:
  1. Ann Handley: @MarketingProfs

    is a self-professed war-wager on mediocrity in content and her feed reflects this.
Ann_Handley_Twitter Here’s why you should follow Ann:
  • Her feed full of tips on harnessing social media and helping make it work for you
  • Her personality shines through her feed: she always gives thanks when it’s due and her enthusiasm about what she does and what she stands for is truly apparent
  1.  Kristi Hines: @kikolani

    is an uber-talented freelance writer and blogger who covers blog marketing and blogging tips to help you succeed at social media marketing.
Kristi_Hines_Twitter Here’s why you should follow Kristi:
  • Her no-nonsense, to-the-point feeds is packed with the many aspects of marketing, strategies and ways to maximize your time in order to reach your goals
  • Her feed is a veritable repository of pertinent information that you’ll never get enough of
  1. Ann Tran: @AnnTran_

    is a luxury travel and marketing strategist.
Ann_Tran_Twitter Here’s why you should follow Ann:
  • Her feed is full of pictures of beautiful, faraway places with interesting tidbits thrown in, interspersed with tips and links about growing your social influence
  • Her feed draws you in effortlessly, showing that Ann truly is a master of her niche market   
  1. Darren Rowse: @ProBlogger

    is a successful blogger, speaker and consultant.
Darren_Rowse_Twitter Here’s why you should follow Darren:
  • He’s dedicated to boosting online business and personal success
  • His tweets are a mix of job postings and links designed to help you increase your productivity and help you succeed
  • His writing tips are first rate
  1. Sara Horowitz: @Sara_Horowitz

    is the founder and Executive Director of Freelancers Union (@freelancersu), an organization created to advocate for the rights of freelancers.
Sara_Horowitz Here’s why you should follow Sara:
  • She’s a true promoter and believer in her cause, her feed naturally links back to her organization
  • She gives advice to all types of freelancers
  • She genuinely engages her audience and encourages their responses, thoughts and concerns
  1. Sean Gardner: @2morrowknight

is a the author of The Road to Social Media Success and co-founder of the Huffington Post “Twitter Powerhouse Series”. Sean_Gardner_Twitter Here’s why you should follow Sean:
  • He’s a pretty influential guy with more than half a million followers
  • His feed includes many links and tips all dedicated to helping his audience improve their personal brand and social media presence, along with the occasional motivational quotes
  1.      Gail Gardner: @GrowMap is a freelance writer and small business content and social marketing strategist.
Gail_Gardner_Twitter Here’s why you should follow Gail:
  • Along with informative and important tweets such as “Beware of Token Stealing Man-in-the-Cloud Hackers (MITC)”, she practices what she preaches: many tweets involve thanking top new followers, ensuring that these followers receive exposure
  • Gail is a big retweeter, again paying her philosophy forward
  1. Jeff Domansky: @ThePRCoach

    is a PR consultant and coach, strategist, writer and blogger.  
Jeff_Domansky_Twitter Here’s why you should follow Jeff:
  • He’s dedicated to sharing tips, strategies and insights into social media and public relations
  • His feed is very diverse with feeds tweets ranging from helpful marketing strategies, tips and tools to purely humorous tweets
  • His feed has a really entertaining vibe to it even while linking to important and helpful topics
  1. Paul Jarvis: @pjrvs

    is the “freelance evangelist” who helps freelancers improve their game and generate more clients.
Paul_Jarvis_Twitter Here’s why you should follow Paul:
  • He tweets links to online email courses and webinars directed at freelancers
  • He tweets links to valuable articles aimed at freelancers
His Twitter feed with its humorous GIFs and quotations is fun eye candy.    Who are your favorite Twitter influencers?
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Written by Liat Behr
Liat is a content wordsmith at WiseStamp and copywriter at Ink of Imagination. She delights in creating and sharing valuable tips and helping businesses craft effective content. When she’s not writing content, she can be found in the world of fiction, embarking on adventures with her characters.
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