You’ve probably followed Elon Musk, Bill Gates and Richard Branson on Twitter – they have millions of followers each. There’s more tweeting CEOs than the top three! Follow these awesome accounts before you put your phone aside:
Tumblr’s David Karp has about a fifth of the following that his blogging site does. His picture makes him look like a Beatle and he’s always sharing updates from his log.
📷 Dune du Pilat https://t.co/JM9mpuxN3j
— David Karp (@davidkarp) July 11, 2017
Cashmore of Mashable.com is a flamboyant young CEO and Twitter veteran (he’s been on the platform for a decade now). He’s also a Game of Thrones fan. Who isn’t?
Mashable just launched a new data platform, Velocity Kilogram, & a new vertical video product called Mashable Reels! https://t.co/5lIilswGFP
— Pete Cashmore (@petecashmore) May 11, 2017
She’s the head of SocialMediaDelivery, an SMM company. Look at her awesome content philosophy:
— Eve Mayer (@LinkedInQueen) August 3, 2017
Head of LinkedIn, Jeff Weiner’s Twitter handle is a mélange of great quotes, TV Show reviews and sports commentaries.
Even negative feedback can be a gift. Take it seriously but don't let it define you. Define yourself.
— Jeff Weiner (@jeffweiner) July 1, 2017
Yes, he’s head of Dell Computers. While he mostly tweets about Dell’s tech achievements, he also talks about things like planting trees, pet alpacas and goat yoga.
— Michael Dell (@MichaelDell) July 29, 2017
She heads Hewlett-Packard and fiercely responded to rumours that she would be replacing Travis Kalanick as the next Uber CEO.
(3/3) We have a lot of work still to do at HPE and I am not going anywhere. Uber's CEO will not be Meg Whitman.
— Meg Whitman (@MegWhitman) July 28, 2017
He is the CEO of Twitter itself, and no other Jack comes before him. He once tweeted about a sick dog and crowdsourced state-of-the-art treatment for it.
This is absolutely fantastic! “The Power of Myth: Programs 1-6 (Unabridged)” by Joseph Campbell with Bill Moyers https://t.co/2UU8qRsqZJ
— jack (@jack) July 31, 2017
Mayer was the CEO of Yahoo! and has nearly two million followers. Don’t confuse her with Marissa Meyer, who happens to be a writer. Mayer doesn’t just tweet business content – here’s a picture of her after a run:
— marissamayer (@marissamayer) April 20, 2017
She’s the head of YouTube! Watch out for upcoming YT content on her Twitter handle and don’t miss out on the time she fostered kittens (aww!).
— Susan Wojcicki (@SusanWojcicki) July 20, 2017
He started AirBNB with a roommate in 2008. Since then the platform has made more bookings than most major hotel chains. He recent tweets are about his company helping out the Cuban tourism industry, making refugees’ lives easier and… drawing chickens.
Want to thank all transgender soldiers for their patriotism & believe anyone who wants to serve should be able to serve. #LetThemServe
— Brian Chesky (@bchesky) July 26, 2017
Heading BoxHQ, he doesn’t tweet too much about business performance. Levie’s tweets range from clever humour to White House criticism.
Idea for a horror movie, based on true events: person has a pair of Airpods then loses them.
— Aaron Levie (@levie) July 23, 2017
General Motors boss Mary Barra loves to talk about company performance. Sometimes she tweets about STEM education, closing the gender gap and more.
Disciplined and relentless focus on improving our business performance led to a strong quarter and very solid first half of the year. https://t.co/yNG8eWefv4
— Mary Barra (@mtbarra) July 25, 2017
As his name suggests, Steve Forbes is the CEO of Forbes Media. He doesn’t just tweet stuff from his own publication though. Have a look at his views on Cuba, Trump, and everything America.
Congratulations To Cuba – Closing Down Fast Growing Companies Is Just The Way To Grow The Economy https://t.co/fuMADtwS1g
— Steve Forbes (@SteveForbesCEO) August 7, 2017
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