This week’s #followfriday goes to someone educational only at second glance. Corey Dee Williams is a fitness lifestyle coach, health and nutrition expert. Nevertheless, one of Corey’s personal goals is to educate people how to live a healthier life without all the usual fuss around those programs.
One of the beauties of social media is that you can potentially getting in contact with almost anyone in the world. As you should know by now, my interests are pretty widespread and I’m always keen on meeting with interesting new people.
Today’s first #followfriday recommendation goes to Olivia Khalili of Cause Capitalism.
Olivia is one of the thought leaders and an influencer in this young, interesting and important space of social good. On her blog CauseCapitalism.com you can learn a lot about implementing a cause in your company strategy and on her Twitter, Olivia shares interesting links from other people and organizations.
And today’s #followfriday goes to Livemocha. I know, I know, I have been ranting about their Twitter strategy in several posts but that has changed quite a bit.
For a couple of weeks Livemocha is doing a great job with Twitter and hence they really deserve to be followed by anyone interested in language learning.
This week’s #followfriday recommendation goes to Hiten Shah, CEO and Co-Founder of KissMetrics and CrazyEgg.
I am not really sure for long I am following Hiten but he must be amongst the first dozen of people I followed on Twitter.
Today’s #followfriday goes to a person, or should I say personality?
I am following Arnold Waldstein’s tweets and blog for about two weeks now only but I can’t imagine how I could have lived without his tweets. [/pathos]
Joking aside, Arnold Waldstein is hands down one of the most interesting people I met on Twitter so far.
I think today’s company needs no further introduction: Rosetta Stone.
Yesterday they announced a new way for their clients to interact with them on Facebook and we will go into more detail about this in another post but let me explain why I think you should follow them on Twitter, especially when you are into languages, of course.
Time for a new category inspired by the fine folks at Seattle 2.0. Each Friday, I will pick an education related Twitter account of either an individual or a company / institution in the education 2.0 space.
This way I hope to help building up your personal learning network (PLN) but of course with an entrepreneurial twist from time to time.