Twitter: People you should be following.

By Jon in Resources

Twitter. Love it or hate it there is no denying that it is a wealth of information that is here to stay. Whilst being widely applauded for being as open as possible with regards to the ways people can use it and it’s API, it does have one small drawback. Twitter is only as good as the network of people you’re following.

Using that logic I thought it would be a good idea to compile a list of twitter users that are either industry leaders, news breakers or just interesting tweeters. All of which are worth a follow.


Bio: Web celebrity and blogger Mike Arrington. Making The World A More Ajaxy Place


Bio: mahalo.com CEO.


Bio: Tech geek blogger @ http://scobleizer.com


Bio: Alltop, Garage, and Truemors


Bio: I’m an American in Britain, running a small web company with my amazing wife.


Bio: I run 1938 Media.


Bio: Digg and Pownce owner and CEO.


Bio: Pownce lead developer.


Bio: I love my family more than life and I Host of this tiny wine show…WLTV


Bio: Average John. Social Media Junkie. Advocate.


Bio: I’m the ideas guy.


Bio: Currently ‘Senior Designer’ at Carsonified, but about to go solo.


Bio: I am the internet

This is another good resource if you’re looking to build up your twitter contacts. Also, don’t forget to follow David, Julian and myself. Please feel free to suggest additions to list this in the comments along with your own personal twitter link.

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11 Responses to “Twitter: People you should be following.”

  • David:
    April 1st, 2008
    8:06 am

    Another good source for people to follow is Twitter Packs (http://twitterpacks.pbwiki.com/) which is a wiki organized by location and topic of Twitter users. follow me @ http://www.twitter.com/yankeesfan70

  • Threeman:
    April 1st, 2008
    10:32 am

    I will add some of these people to twitter. I agree that it’s a great resource.

    I have actually been following iJustine for a while because I love her video’s on her blog (http://www.tastyblogsnack.com).

    I’ll definetly check the others out though.

    I find Twitter a great way to keep in touch with people on the move. Especially with its little features. Stuff like being able to text updates etc.

    I don’t use Twitter on a regular basis because I can’t get my head round doing it all the time for some reason.

  • Bryan Le:
    April 1st, 2008
    10:47 am

    Awesome list. Thanks!

  • Spencer Fry:
    April 1st, 2008
    11:51 am

    Good list! I noticed a small typo above:


  • James McDonald:
    April 1st, 2008
    11:52 am

    Brilliant list, cheers :)!

  • David:
    April 1st, 2008
    11:56 am

    Thanks for the heads up, Spencer. It should be all good now.

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  • Kieran:
    April 3rd, 2008
    11:46 am

    I should really sign up to Twitter, hm. Loving the blog by the way.

  • LBoulton:
    April 8th, 2008
    8:11 am

    I disagree with the statement
    “Twitter is only as good as the network of people you’re following”
    It should read
    “Twitter is only as good as the network of people following you”

  • David:
    April 8th, 2008
    9:34 am

    Are you talking about from an marketing standpoint, LBoulton?

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    4:41 pm

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