10 Women Entrepreneurs to Follow on Twitter in 2012

by Wendy on July 9, 2012

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Thousands of people sign up to Twitter every day and on average, 140 million tweets are sent daily.

With these stats in mind, business owners can take advantage of this social media site not only to share their messages but to gather valuable insights from experts.

If you’re new to Twitter and are not sure who to follow, here is my pick for 2012 of top female entrepreneurs worthy of tweeting with.

Some of them are in the 2011 list of Forbes Top 30 women entrepreneurs worth following on Twitter, some I know personally and some just provide good old fashioned solid content. Enjoy connecting!

Sarah Prout – @sarahprout
Originally from Melbourne, Australia, Sarah made the move North in search of warmer climes and the change of scenery has certainly worked. She’s a bestselling author who writes about the beauty of the Universe, self love and entrepreneurial sparkle.

Valerie Khoo – @valeriekhoo
Valerie hails from Sydney, Australia and is the founder of the Sydney Writers Centre. A passionate speaker, Valerie can show you how to boost your brand and get publicity.

Carrie Wilkerson – @barefoot_exec
Carrie provides useful, practical tips for small business owners. She is also the host of BarefootExecutive.TV.

Natalie Macneil – @nataliemacneil
Natalie is the founder of the blog She Takes On The World. I had the absolute pleasure of meeting Natalie in New York at the Stevie Awards for Women some years back and she is one switched on cookie.

Mari Smith – @MariSmith
If it’s about Facebook, then Mari Smith is ya girl! She’s a fountain of knowledge, a passionate social media speaker and author of Facebook Marketing: An Hour A Day.

Cheyanne Ainsworth – @CheyAinsworth
Having known Chey for some years now I can tell you, this Aussie girl’s a straight shooter and what you see is what you get – witty commentary, great tips and current social insights.

Cindy Ratzlaff – @BrandYou
Cindy is a savvy marketing strategist who will show you how to create buzz around your brand. Follow her tweets for marketing tips that are pure gold.

Clare Lancaster – @clarelancaster
Clare is a great source of on topic strategies and resources for women. This Aussie recently made the move to London so expect a little online international flair in 2012.

Anita Campbell – @smallbiztrends
Anita offers practical, insightful advice for small business owners.

Shelly Kramer – @ShellyKramer
A fellow tech lover, Shelly shares branding and marketing techniques to help individiuals and brands find their voice with new media.

Got a favourite you think should be on the list? Share who and why in the comments below.

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