Twitter is a busy, noisy environment.
So much so, it’s often difficult to filter through your feed to retrieve necessary, useful information from the other waffle.
So I’ve done the hard work for you.
I’ve sourced 11 of the best, most useful Twitter feeds for small business owners and entrepreneurs to follow.
These feeds are packed with juicy information about running and growing a business, developing your promotional strategy, where to reinvest in your business, and much much more.
They consist of some of the World’s leading entrepreneurs and business owners – providing you with tried and tested techniques and tips to grow your own small business.
Marc Nager (@marcnager)
As the founder of Startup Weekend you can naturally expect a plethora of entrepreneurial tips, networking (mainly US) and collaboration opportunities, and other interesting stories from Marc.
He posts around once or twice a day, so is not one to hog your feed!
Gary Vaynerchuk (@garyvee)
As the owner of his own media agency, Gary knows a thing or two about online promotional strategy. With his motivational quotes and business tips, he’ll have you fired-up with energy each day to hustle.
A frequent poster, and not one for haters of profanity – he likes to use the F-bomb . . . a lot!
Pat Flynn (@patflynn)
Pat is someone I followed about 3 or so years back, and I remember reading his passive income blog – seeing his transparent income reports, and that he was making several thousand pounds each month through passive income techniques.
Now, revisiting his blog 3 years on, I see he’s now generating over $150,000 per month! And he’s still showing people his income reports on how he achieves this income.
Pat is very open and honest about his techniques, so there’s a lot to be learnt from him by following.
Seth Godin (@thisissethsblog)
Seth consistently blogs every day – mostly short snippets of a motivational and philosophical nature, so they are quick and easy to read.
You can use his Twitter feed to stay up-to-date when his new posts go live.
Neil Patel (@neilpatel)
Neil is the co-founder of CrazyEgg and KISSmetrics – so he knows a thing or two about online marketing and data processing.
Follow him for some useful tips and techniques on how to build your email lists, improve your SEO, make sales on social media, and many more.
Richard Branson (@richardbranson)
Needing no introduction, Mr Branson shares his thoughts on legislation, shares his insight and life stories, and also inspires an entrepreneurial mindset in everyone.
A must-follow for any aspiring entrepreneur or small business owner.
Brett Bernstein (@bhbern)
CEO of Gatsby, a self-service technology to design ecommerce promotions, Brett regularly shares business news, insights, and health-related tweets.
Inspiring, insightful, and a very useful follow for the small business owner.
Tim Ferriss (@tferriss)
The man behind the 4-hour work week, Tim is experimental and exciting to follow.
He isn’t afraid to try new things, so you can learn what works and what doesn’t, from him.
Mark Suster (@msuster)
Entrepreneur turned investor Mark now runs Upfront Ventures – a VC that has none other than the rapper Chamillionaire as an Entrepreneur in Residence.
Sounds strange, I know, but aside from the political tweets, Mark has a lot to share about the entrepreneurial journey and investing. Worth a follow.
Anil Dash (@anildash)
Ethically-motivated entrepreneur Anil shares his insight from the World of tech and retweets even more useful articles and quotes from other entrepreneurs.
Fred Wilson (@fredwilson)
Simply describes himself as a VC. He also posts some very interesting information on tech, politics, and of course, investing.
Also a big advocate of Twitter itself.
And that concludes my list of who to follow if you are an entrepreneur.
Following these people will ensure your daily feed is filled with useful, helpful, and insightful content – allowing you to build on your own entrepreneurial journey and success.
Know any more good Twitter accounts that small business owners should be following? Please share them in the comments below.