Revolution's top ten tweeters #9

Revolution's Follow Friday
Revolution's Follow Friday

LONDON - Taking inspiration from Follow Friday, every week Revolution attempts to help you get more from your microblogging experience by nominating some folk worth following in the digital world.

@herdmeister

Master of all things HERD behaviour.

@SarahBeeny

Mysinglefriend.com founder, just launched www.tepilo.com, for people looking to buy or sell a home without fees.

@tim_whirledge

Derby County, content, digital. Pretty much in that order. Digitally inclined at www.cakegroup.com.

@katylindemann

Strategist @ naked communications. secretly want to form the new a-team though.

@tlittleton

Chief executive of eModeration and social media / ugc obsessive. Interested in social media, digital advertising, media and virtual worlds/MMOGs moderation and communites.

@1obster

Designer, entrepreneur, curry-lover, reader of detective novels, watcher of fillums.

@timaldiss

Director of strategy and communication at Freshegg. 15 year digital native, loving life, technology and sharing.

@davidcushman

Dad, husband, evangelist for/author of The Power of the Network. Dir of social media @BrandoSocial. Innovation, efficiency, transformation thru social tech

@irfonw

Interactive video entrepreneur, welsh rugby fan, guitar hero, ceo of coull.

@femruto

Bio director of client services / partner @ 7thingsmedia.

You can also follow Revolution on Twitter through the editor @GJ, deputy editor @andrewmccormick and @revolutionmag.

NB: Follow Friday is the brainchild of @micah, blogger and vice president of business development for Lijit Networks.

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