Recently we started to think about our twitter strategy. We are devising a new strategy and developing a new plan for SEO Success. In the process, we have used Crowdfire to identify accounts who DO NOT FOLLOW us, we realized that many of the accounts are out of our league.
The following accounts have an incredible amount of followers and are extremely useful.
- @instagram (41.3M) Capturing and sharing the world’s moments. Need help? Visithttp://help.instagram.com for answers to common questions & known issues. blog.instagram.com
- @educationweek (472K) American education’s newspaper and website of record. Bethesda, MD. edweek.org
- @HuffPostEdu (291K) An education news source and online hub for passionate voices. SEND TIPS: email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org. Editor: @rklein90huffingtonpost.com/education
- @DiscoveryEd (280K followers) Connecting teachers to their most powerful resources… Each other. Global DiscoveryEducation.com
- @DonorsChoose (220K) http://DonorsChoose.org connects teachers in high-need communities with donors who want to help. New York, NY donorschoose.org
- @EdWeekTeacher (195K) Education Week Teacher: a leading source for K-12 teacher leaders covering instruction, school environment, classroom technology, curriculum, and more. Bethesda, MD edweek.org/tm/
- @NEAToday (142K) The National Education Association, the nation’s largest professional employee organization, is committed to advancing the cause of public education. Washington DC nea.org
Hoping to Join the Above League:
@ExamElf (1.1 followers) Exam Elf takes the key exam skills learned in expensive math test preparation classes and teaches them in a fun, mobile app. Available on iTunes#edtech #iPad New York City download.examelf.com