Who are the Twitterati of Digital PR? If you want to stand out in the digital field then you need to move and shake with the right people – and this being the online world, most of that moving and shaking is done virtually.
The digital world moves lightening fast, so if you want to stay informed, be ahead of the game and become a true ‘opinion-setter’ here is our guide to who needs to be appearing in your Twitter feed:
Why: All the latest online news for social media fanatics. Their tweets are a one-stop shop for the day’s headlines.
Why: A fantastic organisation that gathers ideas worth spreading.
Why: Wired magazine is aimed at ‘disruptors’ in both tech and science industries and is a showcase of the best and most innovative parts of the online world.
Why: The Twitter feed for The Drum magazine covers everything from digital news to job opportunities.
Why: A huge influencer in the online field! Econsultancy offer advice and information for digital professionals and often publish independent research that can help you put together brilliant pitches.
Why: Chris is a successful businessman whose love of tech makes his Twitter feed a hotbed for entertaining links and news from the digital world.
Why: A fantastic Twitter feed with the latest headlines from the brilliant NewMediaAge – an online magazine and resource centre for ‘interactive businesses’. They’re always up to date on the latest tech developments.
Why: UK based magazine’s global Twitter feed covering significant PR news from around the world. If you want to know who works with who and who’s winning new business, this is a great feed to follow.
Why: More news on traditional and digital PR to keep you up to date with the latest headlines.
Why: The Twitter feed for a global conference that takes place every September in several cities around the world. Topics covered include all aspects of social media and some of the most important names in the industry get involved.
Why: The online feed for the biggest industry publication in media. Keep up with everything that’s going on in the UK media scene.
Why: Because we’re awesome!