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 startups, digital marketing techniques, or advocate for a free Internet, 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).
Check out my latest article for @itbusinessca : Are Bitcoins viable for Canadian businesses? Pros and cons http://t.co/0zLgKpG6EO
— Robert Burko (@robertburko) February 6, 2014
As the president and founder of Elite Email Inc., Robert Burko tweets primarily on digital marketing, as well as solid strategies to reach customers. As of late, however, he’s been blogging for ITBusiness.ca on two other hot topics – Canada’s Anti-Spam Legislation and Bitcoin, sharing his experiences as a business-owner on how to handle both of these in the context of the small to mid-sized business market.
He’ll also be a guest expert on our #BitcoinITB Twitter chat on March 20, at 1 p.m. ET, as Elite Email has been accepting Bitcoin for a few years. Check out the details of our chat here.
Happy birthday, world wide web! @brianjjackson and @philiptill980 talk about how the internet has changed our lives over the last 25 years.
— CKNW (@CKNW) March 12, 2014
As a radio station providing breaking news and analysis for the Vancouver, B.C. area, CKNW reports on all kinds of local news. This week, morning radio host Philip Till interviewed ITBusiness.ca editor Brian Jackson about the 25th anniversary of the World Wide Web.
Head on over to this SoundCloud link to hear the clip:
Like every generation, #millennials want opportunity. To make a difference they seek and demand transparency #future…http://t.co/Exx0oC5oLn
— Ayelet Baron (@ayeletb) March 13, 2014
A self-described “futurist,” Ayelet Baron was formerly chief strategist for Cisco Canada. Now she writes about the future of work, and she’s one of ITBusiness.ca’s newest bloggers. Follow her to join the conversation on how work is transforming through technology, as well as tweets on leadership and women in the fields of tech and business.
Also, check out her first post for ITBusiness.ca here.