Content Marketing 50: The Top 50 Content Marketing Resources on Twitter

Jul 03, 2013

Article ImageIn June, EContent announced it was accepting votes for a new list recognizing the best and brightest in the content marketing industry. We asked for your nominations, and you obliged. With just under a week left in the nominating process, we had received 123 submissions and 53 nominees via Twitter. By the time the nomination process finally closed we had received several more names. Now, your votes have been counted, sorted through, and double-checked.  

One thing is clear: People are hungry for information regarding content marketing and all of the tools, strategies, and challenges encompassed by that broad topic. As such, The first Content Marketing 50 lists includes a wide array of experts, but all of whom recognize the importance of content marketing.

Content Marketing 50

Scott Abel -- @scottabel

Ardath Albee -- @ardath421

Jay Baer -- @jaybaer

Lisa Barone -- @lisabarone

Kipp Bodnar -- @kippbodnar

Myles Bristowe -- @mylesbristowe

Kevin Cain -- @kevinrcain

Joe Chernov -- @jchernov

Brian Clark -- @copyblogger

Heidi Cohen -- @heidicohen

Jeffrey L. Cohen -- @jeffreylcohen

Content Amp -- @contentamp

Content Experience -- @contentxpert

Content Hero -- @content_hero

Content Marketing Institute -- @CMIContent

Brendan Cournoyer -- @brencournoyer

Jonathan Crossfield -- @Kimota

J-P De Clerck -- @conversionation

Jason Falls -- @jasonfalls

Barry Graubart -- @graubart

Kristina Halvorson -- @halvorson

Ann Handley -- @marketingprofs

HubSpot -- @HubSpot

Kane Jamison -- @kanejamison

Martin Jones -- @martinjonesaz

Arnie Kuenn -- @ArnieK

Rebecca Lieb -- @lieblink

Michele Linn -- @michelelinn

Amanda Maksymiw -- @amandamaks

Kevin Maney -- @kmaney

Clare McDermott -- @soloportfolio

Gerry McGovern -- @gerrymcgovern

Michael Brenner -- @brennermichael

Jason Miller -- @jasonmillerca

Jesse Noyes -- @noyesjesse

Lee Odden -- @leeodden

Leslie Poston -- @leslie

Joe Pulizzi -- @JoePulizzi

Elise Redlin -- @RedlinCook

Resonance Content -- @resonancecont

Robert Rose -- @robert_rose

David Meerman Scott -- @dmscott

Marcus Sheridan -- @thesaleslion

Mari Smith -- @marismith

Brian Solis -- @briansolis

Mike Stelzner -- @mike_stelzner

Gary Vaynerchuk -- @garyvee

Eric Wittlake -- @wittlake

Rob Yoegel -- @robyoegel

Jeff Bullas -- @jeffbullas


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