Last week, speaker, and trends tracker Stefan Swanepoel published a list that featured the top 100 Twitter people that influence and or interest him the most.Then, Founder of Rain City Guide Dustin Luther also published his list of top 50 Most Influential people to compensate those he felt should have been on Stefan’s personal list, but weren’t. It was interesting to scan both lists, click on the various accounts and sample the range of posts to gain a better understanding of what “influential” Tweet about. But on Sunday Conversation Agent published their list of 100 PR worth following on Twitter which I found incredibly interesting and beneficial. I appreciated the fact that this list was targeted, which gave context and meaning to what and who the people on this list are influential to and for.
Speaking of Twitter, Jennifer Leggio of ZDnet questions the the depth and scope of corporate Twitter accounts especially for the Johnny come lately brands that do it to do but offer no real substance in this post titled I don’t care if your company is on Twitter.
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Jay Thompson has been hanging around the social media water cooler for quite a while. He’s earned his stripes. Even has an innovator award from Inman that serves as his purple heart. So one might expect him to be gaga over social media. Well he is. But to a sound and logical point which he clearly expresses in this must read Achieving Untold Wealth Via Social Media.
On the same topic of social media reality check brandmind published some very cohesive thoughts about social media and how it works best when integrated. That means planning social media efforts as part of a comprehensive communication plan here titled With the social Web, don’t expect results to come easy.