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The Top 20 Women Social Media Influencers - Forbes

The Top 20 Women Social Media Influencers - Forbes | Social Media Useful Info | Scoop.it
Which 20 woman in social media have the most active and strongest social media networks?


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#1. Ann Tran. Ann blogs about travel and leisure, and provides cutting edge advice to social media users in all market. @AnnTran_

#2. Jessica Northey. It’s a trend this year, leading influences whose base is in a specific vertical For Jessica it is music. @jessicanorthey.

#3. Mari Smith. Mari is a leading Facebook marketing expert  @marismith.

#4. Liz Strauss. Liz runs successful-blog.com. She’s currently taking on the challenge of cancer. Best wishes. @lizstrauss.

#5.  Pam Moore. Covering Facebook, Google + and the business of social. @pammktgnut

#6. Renee Blodgett. Deep seated social media marketing expertise with a long chain of references and endorsements from mainstream media.  @magicsaucemedia

#7. Eve Mayer. Officially a LinkedIn expert writes about a diverse range of social media issues. @linkedinqueen.

#8. Kim Garst. Advice on a mixture of social media tools: Google Hangouts, Pinterest, Facebook, Instagram etc. @kimgarst

#9. Lori Ruff. LinkedIn specialist who recently launched a new advisory service to guide companies on the use of the LinkedIn platform. @loriruff

#10. Ann Handley. Ann manages the content factory that is marketingprofs. @marketingprofs

#11. Pam Dyer. Marketing manager at SolutionsIQ, Pam covers a variety of social media issues and trends in depth. @pamdyer

#12. Laura Fitton. An online marketing generalist Laura is also a recognized expert in Twitter. Co-author of Twitter for Dummies. @pistachio

#13. Bonnie Sainsbury   An eclectic range of themes around social, including one of the few on the list directly addressing mobile. @bsainsbury

#14. Lilach Bullock, a social media marketing consultant. Pinterest, Facebook, earned media and more. @Lilachbullock can also be found at socialable.co.uk

#15. Deborah Lee. British adviser with eclectic social media interests but a particular focus on Twitter. @debsylee

#16. Marsha Collier. Marsha is the author of 40 books, many of them in the social area. @Marshcollier

#17. Lori Taylor.  Lori writes an eclectic blog covering Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest and general social media tips. @lorirtaylor

#18. Viveka vonRosen. Viveka is primarily a LinkedIn expert, though we’ve noticed her Twitter distribution is much more diverse than this @LinkedInExpert

#19. Sandi Krakowski. Sandi is a Facebook marketing expert. @sandikrakowski

#20. Susan Cooper. Susan is a social media generalist but with a clear vertical focus in music. @buzzedition


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Graph Search And Online Recruiting: How Facebook Is Transforming An Industry - Forbes

Graph Search And Online Recruiting: How Facebook Is Transforming An Industry - Forbes | Social Media Useful Info | Scoop.it

In just a few years we’ve seen a tremendous change in the recruiting industry’s sentiment towards Facebook. All of the concerns about the feasibility of recruiting on the site—grumbles about privacy, spam, a lack of profile data and tools—have been dismissed. It’s clear that times have changed when Zuckerberg himself stands onstage during the release of Graph Search and announces that “recruiting” is “one of his favorite queries.”

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