For today’s edition of our #FollowFriday post, we’ve rounded up a list of three people whose tweets are retweet-worthy. Whether they tweet on marketing and leadership, 3D technology, or privacy and security, these three individuals are worth a click on the “follow” button.

(And in case you’re not on Twitter, #FollowFriday, or #FF, is a Friday standby where Twitter users recommend a list of accounts to others. For example, you might tweet, “#FF @itworldca @itbusinessca @compdealernews” to encourage your followers to follow these accounts, especially if you see value in their tweets).

 

As a digital marketing coach for Burst Technology Marketing, Michelle Pellettier has been telling stories and crafting messages for brands for more than 15 years. Besides blogging for IT Business.ca, she also teaches a course on digital marketing at the University of Toronto. Pellettier tweets the day’s tech headlines, tips for aspiring marketing professionals, and is always quick with a retweet and a reply.

Don’t forget to check out part 1 of her series of blog posts for IT Business.ca, exploring the six skills you should look for when hiring a digital marketer.

 

Last week marked Toronto’s Advertising and Marketing Week, and one of the session speakers was James Stewart, president of Geneva Film Co. His company develops animated shorts in 3D, many of which have made the rounds on the film festival circuit in the past few years.

As a new technology enthusiast, Stewart is quick to explain how wearable tech or ultra high-definition TVs might soon transform how marketers tell their stories and promote their brands. He tweets on the intersection of emerging tech and digital marketing, as well as filmmaking and the creative industry.

Head on over here to read our story on his talk at Advertising and Marketing Week.

 

As the vice-president and chief privacy officer at McAfee Inc., Michelle Dennedy has been making some waves in the privacy and security world lately – in January, she released a new book called “The Privacy Engineer’s Manifesto: Getting from Policy to Code to QA to Value.” The book centres on how innovations in IT, as well as the consumerization of our digital lives, have transformed the privacy landscape.

As you might guess, Dennedy tweets on data privacy – but she doesn’t limit herself to just tweeting tips and advice. She’s not afraid to voice her opinion, as she’s tweeted about Edward Snowden’s Nobel Peace Prize nomination, and she tells it as it is when she doles out the obvious on keeping your data safe:

Read the text of IT Business.ca blogger Brian Clendenin’s interview with Dennedy over here.

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