Check out the best twitter feeds for small businesses.
Today, Twitter is one of the most important platforms of communication for business and personal musings alike. When you run a small business, whether your an entrepreneur or a freelancer offering a service, there are so many ways that Twitter can help you to not only promote your business, but also stay knowledgeable in your industry. Here are 7 of the best twitter feeds we think you should follow, regardless of industry!
- @freelanceu (https://twitter.com/freelancersu)
Freelance Union’s twitter feed is an easy pick for us. Freelancers Union represents the hub for all things freelance. Blogs, insights, tips for every freelancer, event promotions, and relevant news: you can find it all here.
- @Inc (https://twitter.com/Inc)
The description of this twitter page says it all: “Everything you need to know to start and grow your business now.” This page is one-stop shopping for freelancers and small business owners.
- @tferriss (https://twitter.com/tferriss)
Author of the 4 hour Work Week, Tim Ferris tweets a lot and provides plenty of inspirational updates on new technology, travel and lifestyle.
- @HarvardBiz (https://twitter.com/HarvardBiz)
Whatever Harvard Biz has to say, we are here to listen! This is our first-stop for anything business related.
- @ThisIsSethsBlog (https://twitter.com/ThisIsSethsBlog)
Founder of Squidoo and renowned author provides daily short tweets of his brilliant thoughts and shares his blog post updates. He has a fresh look on marketing that you should not miss.
- @freelanceadvice (https://twitter.com/freelanceadvice)
Freelancer Advice is a twitter account based in the UK that provides the best tips and tricks out there! They touch upon the more tedious aspects of running a freelance business—such as keeping up with the legalities and accounting—in a fun an exciting way.
- @qz (https://twitter.com/qz)
Quartz is an awesome source for global business news. Their tweets are high quality and rich with information.
- @Workhoppers (https://twitter.com/workhoppers)
And of course we cannot forget about our very own Workhoppers’ twitter account. With a dedication to bring you local job opportunities, blog updates, journal studies and insights into the flexible workforce. We welcome you to follow us today.