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The Top 7 Business Tweets of The Week
#1 – @David_Gardner
Co-Founder of www.ColorJar.com.
#Startups enthusiast, former basketball player, music and film lover.
After you meet someone you were introduced to, send a note to thank the introducer and let them how it went.
— David Gardner (@David_Gardner) June 14, 2012
#2 – @levie
Lead Magician (and CEO) at Box (
@boxHQ); I don’t fully endorse anything I say below. Go ☁
Apple is shutting down Ping. Apparently “social graphs” do better with people. — Aaron Levie (@levie) June 13, 2012
#3 – @dozykraut
Former Rock n Roll production manager, hillbilly, redneck, iconoclast, irreverent, Linux user, webmaster, sysadmin.
— Bernhard Schulte (@dozykraut) June 16, 2012
#4 – @LisaNicoleBell
Renaissance Woman 2.0
The brands that win in the next 5 years will be those that master their mobile presence. Personal brands included. — Lisa Nicole Bell(@LisaNicoleBell) June 12, 2012
#5 – @micah
Live a life of extreme honesty. First company when I was 14; sold last company in 2007. Now CEO & founder of
@graphicly. Startup advisor/mentor. Animal lover.
I find myself saying “There are 5 companies doing the same thing, how are you different?” more & more every day. Where is the innovation? — Micah Baldwin (@micah) June 12, 2012
#6 – @jasonkeath
“I am a great believer in luck, and I find the harder I work, the more I have of it.”– Thomas Jefferson — Jason Keath (@jasonkeath) June 13, 2012
#7 – @neilpatel
I’m Kind of a Big Deal.
Opportunity may knock only once, but temptation leans on the doorbell.
— Neil Patel (@neilpatel) June 12, 2012