Revolution's top ten tweeters #9

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.

Revolution's Follow Friday
Revolution's Follow Friday

@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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