Top Content Marketers On Twitter

wealthymatters1 @jeffbullas – Jeff Bullas
2 @BrennerMichael – Michael Brenner
3 @GerryMoran – Gerry Moran
4 @GlenGilmore – Glen Gilmore #SocBiz
5 @JoePulizzi – Joe Pulizzi
6 @leeodden – Lee Odden
7 @markwschaefer – Mark Schaefer
8 @FX_Digital – Steve Cartwright
9 @ryandeiss – Ryan Deiss
10 @JuntaeDeLane – Juntae DeLane
11 @jaybaer – Jay Baer
12 @TPLDrew – Andrew Davis
13 @heidicohen – Heidi Cohen
14 @TheSalesLion – Marcus Sheridan
15 @TedRubin – Ted Rubin Read more of this post

Creating A Hashtag


The hashtag began as a humble idea: the tweeter adds the # symbol in front of one word or a word group, no spaces. Doing so allows Twitter to categorize the tweet and group it with others who have tweeted using the same hashtag. Think of the hashtag as a keyword tag and it is easier to understand. People searching based on a specific hashtag receive a list of tweets using that particular tag. The searcher is happy, and so are you, because, in one fell swoop, you have:

•become visible to a new audience
•joined the conversation
•voiced your opinion
•found a like minded audience eager to read what you have to say

Easy, right?But we’re not done. When the right hashtag is added to your tweets, your “retweet” rates rise (other people reposting your original tweets). This opens up your comment to new views and opinions, not to mention new followers, and so the cycle of growth and visibility continues. Read more of this post

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