Top 10 Digital Marketer You Must Follow.

Need some digital marketing inspiration? Then why not follow these 10 digital marketing professionals? They each have their own unique expertise and they’re constantly providing fellow digital marketers with helpful insights.

Oli Gardner – Unbounce

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Unbounce’s co-founder Oli Gardner is a writer and speaker who’s passionate about conversion-centered digital marketing. He prides himself on being one of the early pioneers of content marketing, and, because of that, he’s helped position Unbounce as a leader in the world of landing pages. Another cool fact: he’s from Scotland and sometimes presents at speaking engagements wearing a traditional kilt.

Follow @oligardner on Twitter.

Neil Patel – KISSmetrics

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Neil Patel is the co-founder of Neil Patel Digital and Founder of Crazy Egg, Hello Bar, and KISSmetrics and a writer for many major publications like Inc., Entrepreneur, and Forbes. Entrepreneur Magazine called him the #1 marketer in the world, and, today, he helps companies like HP, Amazon, and GM with their revenue growth. Needless to say, when it comes to digital marketing, Neil Patel knows how to help companies achieve real, impactful results.

Follow @neilpatel on Twitter.

Jeff Bullas – JeffBullas.com

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Jeff Bullas is an entrepreneur, blogger, and digital marketer whose blog aims to help educate businesses and individuals on the changing digital marketing landscape. He’s been named the #1 Global Digital Marketing Influencer by Onalytica and the #1 Content Marketing Influencer by Appinions (as well as countless other achievements). He and his work have also been featured in countless publications such as The New York Times, The Huffington Post, and more.

Follow @jeffbullas on Twitter.

Ann Handley – MarketingProfs

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Ann Handley is a veteran digital marketer who serves as the Chief Content Officer for MarketingProfs, a training and education company for marketers. She’s also the author of a Wall Street Journal bestselling book and is a sought-out keynote speaker on various digital marketing topics. She’s also the co-founder of ClickZ.com, one of the first sources of interactive marketing news and commentary. Bottom line: Ann knows a lot about digital marketing.

Follow @marketingprofs on Twitter.

Rand Fishkin – Moz

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Moz’s founder and former CEO Rand Fishkin is a wealth of information in the world of digital marketing. Whether it’s in short bursts on Twitter or via in-depth pieces on his blog, he shares thought-provoking insights and experiments that are changing the way marketers understand the modern digital marketing landscape. Rand is also the founder of SparkToro, a search engine for audience intelligence.

Follow @randfish on Twitter.

Larry Kim – MobileMonkey

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Larry founded MobileMonkey after seeing the need for a product that enables marketers to engage with customers via mobile messaging platforms. He shares his digital marketing insights around the world of growth marketing on the MobileMonkey blog, but also at Search Engine Land, Moz, Small Biz Trends, and others. Larry is also a top columnist for Inc. Magazine. He has also co-founded WordStream, alongside Gerard Escalante.

Follow @larrykim on Twitter.

Dan Siroker – Optimizely

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Optimizely co-founder and Executive Chairman Dan Siroker was inspired to create the company after working as the director of analytics on the 2008 Obama campaign. He’s got an interesting background too: He earned a computer science degree from Stanford and served a stint as a product manager at Google. Today, he focuses on A/B testing and optimization for digital marketers around the globe.

Follow @dsiroker on Twitter.

Tommy Walker – Shopify

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Tommy Walker is the Editor of the Shopify Plus blog, the Editor in Chief of The QuickBooks Resource Center, and was formerly the Editor at ConversionXL. Working in digital marketing since 2005, he’s learned through trial and error that purpose and audience should be at the core of all online marketing efforts—and he’s written about this extensively on blogs like Unbounce, ProBlogger, PC World, and many more. Fun fact: when he’s not writing about digital marketing, you might find him beatboxing or flexing his performance talents.

Follow @tommyismyname on Twitter.

Gary Vaynerchuk – VaynerMedia

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Gary Vaynerchuk is the CEO of VaynerMedia and Empathy Wines, but he’s also well known for his consistent work on social media over the past 10+ years. He’s been sharing digital media insights, tips, and best practices on digital media platforms and in his books that helped countless brands achieve incredible digital media success with his guidance.

Follow @garyvee on Twitter.

Shama Hyder – Marketing Zen

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Marketing Zen, a blog that’s packed with digital marketing insights, has a founder that’s also the author of a best-selling book: The Zen of Social Media Marketing. Shama Hyder is a keynote speaker, was named one of Forbes’ 30 Under 30, and prides herself on staying on the cutting edge of what’s new in the digital marketing world.

Follow @Shama on Twitter.

Wrap up

The digital marketers listed above have plenty of insights you can learn from, and some are quite entertaining on Twitter too. Give a few of them a follow and see how you can step up your own digital marketing efforts based on the information they share.

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