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100 Business Movers And Shakers That Should Be Followed On @Twitter

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The bloggers over at AccreditedOnlineCourses.org have put together an impressive list of business experts that you may want to follow on Twitter.

  • You are on Twitter, right?
  • You do want to learn about every aspect of business you can, right?
  • You want to hang with the movers and shakers…right?


The list starts out with;


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  1. @zappos: Hear
    from Zappos CEO Tony Hsieh on this feed for personal and professional
    news.
  2. @richardbranson:
    One of the richest and most successful businessmen in the
    world, Richard Branson talks about his business on this feed.
  3. @jeremys: Co-founder
    and CEO of Yelp, Jeremy Stoppelman talks about
    business on this feed.
  4. @arrington: The
    founder of online site TechCrunch, Michael Arrington maintains this
    feed full of online business news.
  5. @timoreilly: Founder
    and CEO of O’Reilly Media, Tim O’Reilly shares his opinions and
    interesting news bits here.
  6. @RickM: Rick
    Myers owns and operates the job site Talent Zoo. Use this feed to
    follow his moves around the nation.
  7. @Schooley02: This
    feed will help you learn more about Internet marketing and
    entrepreneurship.
  8. @ev: What would
    a list of business experts on Twitter be without including the CEO of
    Twitter?
  9. @gcolony: CEO
    of Forrester Research George Colony posts on social media through this
    feed.
  10. @kevinrose: Embrace
    your techie side with tweets from this feed by the founder of Digg,
    Kevin Rose.
  11. @mashable: This
    account from the CEO of Mashable posts all kinds of tips and tools for
    making the most of Twitter and other social media.
  12. @pierre: Learn
    more about Pierre Omidyar’s philanthropic projects as well as his role
    in founding and running eBay.

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Do you want more? Do you want to follow some folks that you may not know about?

The rest of the list is over at AccreditedOnlineCourses.org


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