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10 B2B Marketers You Should Be Following On Twitter

By William Steward on Mon, Mar 3, 2014

b2b-marketers-twitterAre you getting the most out of Twitter? 

It can be a great resource for learning when you follow the right people. Following thought leaders in your space is a great way to quickly get through to some of the best industry content, without all the other noise in the Twittersphere. 

In today's post I share 10 B2B marketers that curate lots of great content on Twitter - a perfect foundation for a B2B marketing list.

Tom Pick (@TomPick)

Tom Pick is a b2b marketing consultant that runs Webbiquity. He's active on Twitter, typically with a handful of Tweets each day. When he shares a piece of content, you know it's worth reading. Content tends to focus around SEO, social media & content marketing.

Mike Volpe (@mvolpe)

Mike's the CMO of HubSpot, and typically tweets a couple of times again, often highlighting some of the best pieces from the HubSpot blog. 

Doug Kessler (@dougkessler)

I featured Doug's agency, Velocity Partners in our previous list of 11 B2B marketing blogs you should be reading for good reason. Doug shares lots of great B2B marketing content, with a focus around content marketing. 

John McTigue (@jmctigue)

John is the co-owner of Kuno Creative, a Texas, US based inbound marketing agency that specialises in working with large enterprise businesses.  John and Kuno share lots of excellent B2B marketing content, with a focus on inbound.

Paul Dunay (@PaulDunay)

Paul is an award winning B2B marketing expert, and runs an excellent blog over at pauldunay.com. He usually shares multiple pieces of content each day around B2B marketing topics, and is a great curator. 

Matt Heinz (@HeinzMarketing)

Matt Heinz runs seattle based B2B marketing agency Heinz Marketing. An expert on scaling up sales pipelines and improving marketing processes throughout the funnel.

Michael Brenner (@BrennerMichael)

Michael shares a lot of great content, and has built up over 35,000 followers for good reason. He's the vice president of marketing and content strategy at SAP, a speaker, an author and contributor to Forbes. He also runs an excellent blog -- B2B Marketing Insider.

Joe Chernov (@JChernov)

Joe Chernov is VP of content at HubSpot and another great person to follow for tips, advice and news concerning the entire inbound ecosystem. 

Jeffrey L. Cohen (@jeffreylcohen)

Jeffrey is the managing editor at Social Media B2B. He's an excellent currator of B2B social media content, and regularly speaks on topics surrounding the topic too.

Mark Schaefer (@markwschaefer) 

Mark runs the {grow} blog. Whilst his content isn't specifically B2B, he shares lots of great lessons that can be applied to B2B businesses. He was the author of the somewhat controversial post on Content Shock.

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