Top 10 Must-Follow Entrepreneur Twitter Accounts

By on December 7, 2012

Top 10 Must-Follow Entrepreneurs on Twitter

 

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Penelope Trunk - Top 10 Entrepreneur on Twitter
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Penelope Trunk

Entrepreneur Magazine called Trunk, a dedicated author and blogger, “the world’s most influential guidance counselor.” As surprising as she is informative, her tweets regarding business and life showcase her wit and personality.

Follow Penelope Trunk: @penelopetrunk

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Entrepreneur Magazine - Top 10 on Twitter
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Entrepreneur Magazine

Considered a one-stop shop for the entrepreneurial community, if you’re not already on board this train, hop on. Thankfully, there is plenty of room. Keep an eye open specifically for The Treps section, and prepare for an onslaught of insight.

Follow Entrepreneur Magazine: @EntMagazine

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Will Schroter - Top 10 Entrepreneurs on Twitter
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Will Schroter

Founder of Fundable, Go BIG Network, Bizplan, Affordit, GotCast, Unsubscribe, Blue Diesel, Virtucon Ventures, Schroter definitely carries packs some serious experience behind his tweeting punches. Forthright and direct, his entrepreneurially musings will help get you on the fast track for success.

Follow Will Schroter: @wilschroter

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John Jantsch - Top 10 Entrepreneurs on Twitter
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John Jantsch

Jantsch is a small business marketing consultant and author of Duct Tape Marketing and The Referral Engine. His posts, like his books, are a great way to learn how to market and advertise on a shoe-string budget. He has been called the nation’s most practical small business expert.

Follow John Jantsch: @ducttape

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Jonathan Fields - Top 10 Entrepreneurs on Twitter
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Jonathan Fields

Father, husband, entrepreneur, and dark chocolate lover, Fields describes himself as “slightly warped.” What’s not to love about his creativity, innovation, and intriguing writing combined with humor? Plus, chocolate is delicious.

Follow Jonathan Fields: @jonathanfields

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Gary Vaynerchuk - Top 10 Entrepreneurs on Twitter
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Gary Vaynerchuk

Not many Twitter “celebrities” take the time to respond to all the people that tweeted them. Varynerchuk does. With over 960,000 followers, he’s dedicated and helpful enough to make time to engage anyone who interacts with him. A rare and inspiring case indeed.

Follow Gary Vaynerchuk: @garyvee

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Mark Suster - Top 10 Entrepreneurs on Twitter
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Mark Suster

Entrepreneur turned venture capitalist, Suster keeps an active blog over at “Both Sides of the Table.” He has some great nuggets of advice, but be sure to check the reader comments. His posts always generate some awesome and informative discussion.

Follow Mark Suster: @msuster

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Martin Zwilling - Top 10 Entrepreneurs on Twitter
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Martin Zwilling

Zwilling’s tweets will provide you with plenty of information concerning starting and growing your business. He supplies easy to digest morsels of facts and tips that will have to taking action today.

Follow Martin Zwilling: @startuppro

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Brad Feld - Top 10 Entrepreneurs on Twitter
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Brad Feld

A fascinating look at the daily life of a successful venture capitalist. What’s more, Feld presents captivating tweets regarding business trends and helpful investment advice.

Follow Brad Feld: @bfeld

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Matthew Toren - Top 10 Entrepreneurs on Twitter
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Matthew Toren

Matthew Toren is the award winning author of Small Business BIG Vision – Lessons on How to Dominate Your Market from Self-Made Entrepreneurs who Did it Right (SmallBusinessBIGVision.com).

A serial entrepreneur, mentor, and investor, Toren also happened to co-found YoungEntrepreneur.com, the largest social networking forum for young entrepreneurs in the world. Well-rounded and full of accessible advice, Matthew and his brother Adam (that’s me, @thebizguy) are great sources to find clarity in a complex environment.

*Yes, it’s a shameless plug, but how could I not give props to my bro?

Follow Matthew Toren: @matthewtoren

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About Adam Toren

Adam Toren is an Award Winning Author, Serial Entrepreneur, and Investor. He Co-Founded YoungEntrepreneur.com along with his brother Matthew. Adam is co-author of the newly released book: Small Business, Big Vision: “Lessons on How to Dominate Your Market from Self-Made Entrepreneurs Who Did it Right” and also co-author of Kidpreneurs.