On random Fridays, maybe every friday, I will be posting my favorite twitter stars! Will you make the cut? 😉 Feel free to email,comment, or tweet me nominations for the #FollowFriday posts!
A millennial spokesperson, TV journalist, and author, Chelsea realizes the importance of connecting with her audience. Just a quick read into her bio and a handful of tweets exchanged, she quickly became someone I look up to. Chelsea takes to twitter to share information about her work but to also connect with millennials and raise awareness about many topics. I appreciate her genuine efforts of creating relationships with her followers and connecting each other.
A PRSSA member and PR Fashionisto, Ian is a joy to follow. “Boy gone blog”, you’ll see posts including “Todays Look” and behind the scene shots of fashion shows and photo shoots. Following Ian makes you feel like you’re right on the run way with him or you want to grab him and head to the mall ASAP. If you’re passionate about PR and Fashion, Ian is just the person to connect with via Twitter. Trust me, he’s a doll!
2012-2013 National PRSSA President, Lauren Gray is another person myself and other PRSSA members look up to. What I enjoy most about following Lauren is her balance of PRSSA/PRSA, educational, and opinion posts. Yes, it’s nice to share an article, but Lauren adds some spice to her tweets by including her opinion. For aspiring PR pro’s, Lauren is a great person to follow.
Social Media Manager at Disneyland, Matt Prince knows how to work the twitterverse. Matt has some great triumphs including; founding his own creative agency, launching two successful blogs, and working for two influential/famous companies. If you are a PR student or new pro, his experience and young age make him a great professional to connect with and follow. Like the three tweeters above, Matt is also great at interacting with his fellow followers. Via twitter, he has helped me brainstorm ideas for events and ways to involve my followers into my blog work.