The Top 15 PPC Experts to Follow on Twitter
I didn't really start getting excited about Twitter last year (admittedly, super late to the game). Prior to this, I had been under the impression that it was just a forum for big brands to hop up on their soapboxes and promote their products or, on the flipside, for disgruntled customers to attract their attention and solicit a response from these brands.
It wasn’t until Larry Kim, a self-proclaimed Twitter maniac, introduced me to the platform that I realized how amazing it really is. You see, what Larry helped me understand is that Twitter it is actually a really powerful way to develop relationships with other SEMs, learn about up-and-coming PPC trends, and solicit advice on client accounts. In fact, I’ve found that the best way to use it is to follow people, rather than brands.
So, of the zillions of SEMs out in the Twitterverse, who should you be following? Here are the top 15 PPC experts I recommend keeping an eye out for!
1. Matt Umbro, @matt_umbro
2. Kirk Williams, @PPCKirk
3. Ginny Marvin, @ginnymarvin
4. Maddie Cary, @maddiemarketer
5. Larry Kim, @larrykim
6. Elizabeth Marsten, @ebkendo
7. Frederick Vallaeys, @siliconvallaeys
8. Melissa Mackey, @Mel66
9. Christi Olsen, @ChristiJOlsen
10. Jen Slegg, @jenstar
11. Luke Alley, @lukealley
12. Margot da Cunha, @chappymargot
13. John Gagnon, @jmgagnon
14. Julie Friedman Bacchini, @neptunemoon
15. Anonymous, @drunkPPCgirl, @ppc_cat
I’ll be the first person to admit that SEM can be a little dry at times. So, how do you liven up your Twitter feed without getting your head out of the game? Follow Drunk PPC Girl and PPC Cat…I’ll leave it to you to see what these are all about.
Now that I’ve shared my top tweeters with you, I’d love to hear who I’m missing. Which PPC pundits do you recommend following on Twitter?