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Top Ecommerce Influencers on Twitter You Cannot Afford to Miss

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Want great tips for e-commerce websites? You should follow the e-commerce experts present in the list.

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Top Ecommerce Influencers on Twitter You Cannot Afford to Miss

  1. 1. Top Ecommerce Influencers On Twitter You Cannot Afford To Miss
  2. 2. “Learn from the experts. Study successful men and women and do what they do and you will be successful too.” Brian Tracy
  3. 3. If you are an ecommerce merchant
  4. 4. Enthusiast
  5. 5. Upcoming startup owner
  6. 6. Or simply looking to learn about the online commerce world
  7. 7. Then you need to follow these influencers. I’ m the Best!
  8. 8. Follow their tweets, engage with them, and learn from their experiences.
  9. 9. Zia Daniell • Zia Daniell is the Senior Vice President and Head of Content at Shoptalk • She is a leading expert on the globalization of ecommerce and digital businesses.
  10. 10. Linda Bustos • Blog writer at @ecomillustrated and formerly wrote for one of the top ecommerce blogs, GetElastic. • Currently the Co-founder of @edgacent, an ecommerce advisory firm.
  11. 11. Andrew Youderian • Andrew is the founder of ecommercefuel, a private online forum for 6 to 7 figure online store owners. • He is also an established blogger and podcast host.
  12. 12. Kunle Campbell • Kunle Campbell is an ecommerce advisor that help online retail businesses to experience 2X growth. He hosts a podcasts at 2XeCommerce. • He is also one of the influencers in the field that have multi-directional abilities.
  13. 13. Bruno Levesque • Bruno Levesque is the co-founder and CEO of Prestashop, one of the leading e-commerce solution powering 250,000+ ecommerce stores worldwide. • Bruno is a real inspiration for anyone looking to start their ecommerce business.
  14. 14. Richard Lazazzera • Richard Lazazzera gives some awesome advice on entrepreneurship and online retailing at A Better Lemonade Stand and was also a part of the Blog Team at Shopify.
  15. 15. Drew Sanocki • Drew was the owner of DesignPublic before selling it off. He is now a growth advisor for ecommerce executives. He blogs for nerdmarketing.com.
  16. 16. Rand Fishkin • If you are familiar with the online community, then you must be well aware about what Rand Fishkin does. He is the founder, author, and blogger at moz.com. • If you are looking for SEO optimization tips for your ecommerce store, you now know where to head!
  17. 17. Austin Brawner • Austin is the founder of Ecommerce Influence and has compiled some great marketing tools and growth strategies for ecommerce businesses.
  18. 18. Chad Vanags • Chad is the Chief Digital Marketing Analyst at Ecommerce Influence and is Master Level Certified in the same. He helps online retailers get actionable insights from their web analytics and convert them into profitable customers.
  19. 19. Ryan BeMiller • Ryan needs to be a part of your RSS feed. He brings with him a solid 13+ years of experience that includes focused inbound ecommerce marketing strategy. Follow him to get access to some awesome tips and tricks for your ecommerce marketing.
  20. 20. Jay Baer • Jay Baer is currently the President of Convince & Convert and his Digital skills have served more than 500 companies across the globe. • He is also a New York Times best author for his books, which includes Youtility: Why Smart Marketing Is about Help Not Hype.
  21. 21. Hendrik Laubscher • Hendrik is completely devoted to ecommerce, analytics, and retail markets globally, specially South Africa, as he belongs to this developing market.
  22. 22. Hannah Stacey • Hannah is managing the Content Marketing at Ometria. She also has roundups that look after various stores using strategies that are successful in gaining user attractions.
  23. 23. Tracey Wallace • Tracey is attributed to have turned things around for the BigCommerce blog ever since she joined them back in October 2014. She is currently the Managing Editor for them and produces some meaningful content related to ecommerce.
  24. 24. Michael Anderson • Michael has been featured as a presenter several times at the Seller’s Conference for Online Entrepreneurs along with other ecommerce conferences as well. • He is also the co-founder of Etail Solutions, a management software provider for mid to high volume online merchants.
  25. 25. Nathan Huppatz • Nathan won the #RetailGlobalAU 2016 Excellence Award for his ecommerce businesses. • He is the co-founder of Readytoship, a B2B tool which helps automate the manual parts of the shipping process for ecommerce stores. • He is also the co-founder at costumes.com.au
  26. 26. Glori Blatt • Glori Blatt is currently leading Ecommerce & Marketing at GRIT (Global Research Innovation and Technology). • She is now a established voice in the field of ecommerce.
  27. 27. Chris Brogan • According to Chris Brogan: “Don’t settle: Don’t finish crappy books. If you don’t like the menu, leave the restaurant. If you’re not on the right path, get off it.” • He is also currently the CEO of Owner Media Group and has been a proponent encouraging people to do what they love
  28. 28. Ian Cleary • Ian has more than 15 years of experience in the software industry and is now a social media evangelist, helping transform businesses with Razor Social. • Ian is also a renown speaker and shares about how businesses can utilize social media to attract customers.
  29. 29. Annie Cushing • Annie Cushing is your go-to girl. Annie spends more of her time publishing informative articles on her blog. Follow her to learn everything about analytics.
  30. 30. Brian Dean • Brian Dean is the brains behind Backlinko, a go-to resource for all things SEO. Brian’s blog has articles that teach successful optimization techniques that can help any business in getting more visitors.
  31. 31. Brian Dean • Brian Dean is the brains behind Backlinko, a go-to resource for all things SEO. Brian’s blog has articles that teach successful optimization techniques that can help any business in getting more visitors.
  32. 32. John Chow • John Chow does not need any introductions. He was one of the pioneers of the of the Dot com era, and was one of those few who took his blog from $0 to over $40,000 per month in a span of 2 years.
  33. 33. Pat Flynn • Pat Flynn is one of those geniuses who made a life out of generating passive income from his blog. The blog is packed with useful articles about SEO, social media, and motivation.
  34. 34. Kristi Hines • Kristi Hines is active on Social Media Examiner, CrazyEgg and Search Engine Watch. Follow her to get marketing, SEO, and creative strategies that will help you increase your ecommerce sales.
  35. 35. John Jantsch • Microsoft, HP, and Ebay are just some of the companies that have listened to what John had to say in his speeches. He is an acclaimed speaker, author and guru of marketing. I am sure you can gain a lot from his blog, specially from the free ebooks he has for readers.
  36. 36. Tara Johnson • Tara writes about ecommerce, data, and social media and covers these topics in a thorough detail. Currently, she is the lead report for CPC Strategy.
  37. 37. Atalay Keleştemur • Atalay is responsible for the Shopio blog and keeps updating it with the latest news and tips about ecommerce. He is a must follow for every ecommerce enthusiast.
  38. 38. Jon Loomer • If you are looking to utilize Facebook for your ecommerce sales, then Jon Loomer is the guy to go to, irrespective of whether you are starting out or looking to increase your current conversions.
  39. 39. Tim Peter • Tim is one of the pioneers in the ecommerce industry and started out as early as 1995. His ecommerce and internet marketing consulting firm, Tim Peter & Associates, has helped a lot of businesses strike the right strategy for them.
  40. 40. Amy Porterfield • Amy Porterfield is the co-author of Facebook Marketing All-In-One for Dummies and a social media strategist, helping online businesses with their marketing efforts. Her podcasts have helped a lot of online ventures create the right brand awareness

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