Top 21 Women In Search Marketing to Follow on Twitter

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It seems like every week someone comes out with “top” lists of people to follow on Twitter. I’ve seen top digital marketers and the smartest women on Twitter, but I haven’t seen a list of women search marketers that featured PPC pros.

With that, here are the top 21 women in search marketing to follow on Twitter.

Annie Cushing. Annie tweets about SEO, site audits, and super awesome Excel hacks.

Arianne Donoghue. Arianne is a UK-based PPC expert, smart and fun.

Christi Olson. Christi works for Bing Ads; tweets great live coverage of conferences and other PPC stuff.

Ginny Marvin. Ginny is the PPC writer for Search Engine Land. Follow her for the latest PPC news.

Pauline Jakober. Pauline runs the Group Twenty Seven agency and tweets a lot about B2B PPC.

Amy Hoffman Bishop. Amy works for Clix Marketing and has been around the PPC scene for a while. She tells it like it is.

Jennifer Slegg. Jen owns JenSense and is the founder and editor of The SEM Post. Find SEO and PPC news on her feed.

Katie Tonkin. Katie works for PointIt and has become a strong voice in the PPC community over the past few years.

Lisa Sanner. Lisa also works for PointIt, as the VP of Search Marketing. Follow Lisa for strategic PPC advice and tips on dealing with clients.

Maddie Cary. Maddie rounds out the PointIt troika. She tweets about PPC with a Beyonce twist.

Ann Handley. Ann is a content marketing and testing wizard.

Merry Morud. Merry works at aimClear and tweets about paid social. She can answer all your tough paid social questions.

Michelle Morgan. Michelle works for Clix Marketing and is a frequent poster to PPCChat.

Julie Friedman Bacchini.  Julie doesn’t pull any punches. She shares PPC knowledge and excellent blog posts on Twitter.

Meg Geddes. Meg’s been online longer than many PPC pros have been alive. Her Twitter feed is a mix of PPC, SEO, and sarcasm.

Kim Thomas. Kim shares lots of great PPC knowledge and conference coverage.

Purna Virji. Purna works for Bing Ads. She’s ever-positive and helpful on Twitter.

Kristine Schachinger. Kristine is an SEO who’s not afraid to call out bad practices.

Susan Wenograd. Susan shares a healthy mix of ecommerce, analytics, and other killer PPC tips.

Susan Waldes. Susan is president of Five Mill Inc. She tweets about PPC strategy, analytics, and more.

Mona Elesseily. Mona doesn’t tweet often, but when she does, you’d best listen. One of the long-time voices in the PPC industry.

I hope you’ve found some new people to follow on Twitter on this list! Did I miss anyone deserving? Share in the comments!

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  1. Wonderful list!! There needs to be more of these. I go to several woman on this list for help with PPC issues often. Glad to see them getting the recognition they deserve!

    I’d make it 23 with Pam Lund and Akville Harlow too! 🙂

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