All this week on The DOZ Blog we are celebrating Australia Day by taking a closer look at the business and marketing world Down Under.
On Tuesday we highlighted some of the most exciting startups in the country, yesterday we considered how to reach out and win Australian customers online, and today we’re taking a look at some of the best marketers in Oz.
And believe us: there are plenty to choose from.
Whether marketing agencies that pump out quality content on their feeds daily, influential voices that comment, critique, and engage with their followers with passion and good humor, or marketing and advertising blogs that promote their own great content alongside that of the wider blogosphere, there are dozens of accounts that should be part of any Twitter user’s marketing feed.
While we could have taken the easy route and cut these accounts down to an arbitrary Top 10, instead we pulled all of the best accounts into a single, ultimate list of the 22 Australian marketers, blogs, publications, and influencers on Twitter.
Check out the list, read a sample tweet, see who you already follow, and add the accounts that you have yet to encounter to your feed. Take it from us: you won’t be disappointed.
— AdNews (@AdNews) January 25, 2016
So good… A MANIFESTO OF A DOER. https://t.co/f32ungOcXV
— Andrew Lark (@kiwilark) January 25, 2016
The 5 stages of Trump coverage (explained through Sarah Palin) – https://t.co/u1ZTinMOIf
— Andrew Richardson (@Andrew303) January 22, 2016
— Australian Media (@aus_media) January 24, 2016
— B&T Magazine (@bandt) January 25, 2016
— TrinityP3 (@TrinityP3) January 25, 2016
— Digital Buzz (@DigitalBuzzBlog) January 20, 2016
Good read be it Sydney centric: The golden age of Twitter is over https://t.co/goTSpuMN1X
— Duncan Riley (@duncanriley) January 23, 2016
Reading: Are Social Media Platforms Trying Too Hard to Be the Same? | Adobe https://t.co/MMrr9xOoiA
— Gavin Heaton (@servantofchaos) January 22, 2016
Mumbrella nails it with their depressing view on the latest Coke brand relaunch, relevant for both Australia and US https://t.co/YmRuffIB2D
— Julian Cole (@juliancole) January 20, 2016
— Laurel Papworth (@SilkCharm) January 7, 2016
The wolf in The Neverending Story is definitely less scary 30 years later. Just.
— Mark Pollard (@markpollard) January 24, 2016
— MarketingMag (@MarketingMag) January 20, 2016
Hilarious Today Show interview of the 2 drunk Aussie legends who foiled robbery of Oportos https://t.co/B7OFDOpKbA
— Martin Walsh (@martinwalsh) January 25, 2016
— Mediaweek (@MediaweekAUS) January 25, 2016
Bloody hoxers. pic.twitter.com/nGD2S21u9o
— Tim Burrowes (@mumbrella) January 25, 2016
The Facebook-Loving Farmers of Myanmar. A dispatch from an Internet revolution in progress. https://t.co/a4G3kWdkKo
— Paul Wallbank (@paulwallbank) January 24, 2016
— Darren Rowse (@problogger) January 25, 2016
— Ross Hill (@rosshill) January 20, 2016
— Standard Media Index (@SMI_Data) January 15, 2016
Hey @crikey_news, your story on Freelancer today suggests it’s in 247 countries. That would mean 51 of them weren’t on earth (with 196).
— Stephen Collins (@trib) January 14, 2016
A mate recommended @zoom_us for webinars; I told him I cut them from my list 'cos their website is a shocker. First impressions count!
— Trevor Young (@trevoryoung) January 25, 2016
Did We Miss an Essential Australian Marketers on Twitter?
Is there someone missing from our list? Is there a number 23 who we should have included but somehow didn’t? If so, let us know!
Tweet at us with the hashtag #OzMarketersOnTwitter with a link to the account and we’ll update our list with a hat tip to you, too.