Written by Katerina Petropoulou
Women dominate social media platforms. According to Pew Research Center, women represent 77% of Facebook users in 2014, 21% of Twitter users, 29% of Instagram, 27% of LinkedIn, and a whopping 42% of Pinterest users.
But who are the female thought leaders in social media? We picked seven of the most powerful influencers to follow on Twitter for amazing social media marketing tips and insights. Take a look:
Ann Tran is a social media marketing strategist, a travel writer with a unique approach to social media.
— Ann Tran (@AnnTran_) March 4, 2015
Pam Moore is a social media influencer and the founder and CEO of a successful digital marketing agency. Her tweets are always insightful and provide excellent tips and how to’s based on her expertise.
— Pam Moore (@PamMktgNut) March 5, 2015
Kim Garst is a Twitter expert who always has excellent advice to tweet about social selling and managing social media.
— Kim Garst ツ (@kimgarst) March 5, 2015
Marsha Collier is the author of 48 books, focusing on social media commerce and online customer service.
Respect your customer’s time. If you want them to take THEIR time to fill out a survey to help YOU improve. Offer an incentive #custserv
— Marsha Collier (@MarshaCollier) March 4, 2015
Eve Mayer is the CEO of Social Media Delivered, a social media company focusing on consulting, training and social media management. Although ‘officially’ a LinkedIn queen, Eve Mayer covers all social media sharing tips and insights into different platforms.
If your company doesn’t have social media guidelines, it’s time to make them. http://t.co/vi0PqIjThp
— Eve Mayer (@LinkedInQueen) March 2, 2015
Ann Handley is the Head of Content at Marketing Profs a great source of social media marketing tips.
Pam Dyer is a leader in strategic marketing and a social media marketing blogger. Her tweets are always insightful, covering all the latest trends in social media management.
Now over to you! Which Social Media influencers do you keep in your radar? Tweet us at @ProjectAda_!
Article cross-posted from Twitter Counter
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