Is Your Executive on Twitter?

I got a message today about a website that shows the Tweets from some of the executives of the largest companies in America. ExecTweet has tapped the Twitter API to give you a peak into what corporate America is doing. When I put the post together on how businesses could use Twitter, something like this was unavailable. ExecTweets may have the most comprehensive list of executives using Twitter and the list keeps growing. What i like the best about this is that this isn’t just a list of Twitter peeps, its a complete view into what they say online.

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What is ExecTweets?
ExecTweets is a resource to help you find and follow the top business executives on Twitter. Created by Federated Media, in partnership with Microsoft, ExecTweets is a platform that aggregates the tweets of top business execs and empowers the community to surface the most insightful, business-related tweets.

Which executives are featured on ExecTweets?

Here’s the short list of execs they’ve included so far.

Adam Brown, Coca-Cola
Allen Weiss, MarketingProfs
Andrew Hoppin, New York State
Andrew Weissman, Betaworks
Barry Judge, BestBuy
Bart Cas, Pepsi-Cola
Bill Schrier, WA – City of Seattle
Billy Sanez, American Airlines
Bob Jeffrey, JWT
Bob Livingston, Unilever
Bruce Maas, University of Wisconsin, Madison
Bunny Ellerin, Interbrand Health
Charlie Catlett , Argonne National Laboratory
Chris Barger, GM
Craig Newmark, Craigslist
Daniel Rasumus, Microsoft
Dave Knox, P&G
Dave Malby, TPS Products and Services
Dave Minifie, P&G
David Armano, Critical Mass
David Fletcher, UT – State of Utah
David Sifry, Technorati
David Williams, MedPharma
Don Dodge, Microsoft
Doug Ulman, Lance Armstrong Foundation
Evan Williams, Twitter
Fred Joyal, 1-800-DENTIST
Georgy Colony, Forrester Research
Guy Kawasaki, Alltop/Garage Ventures
Jason Buss, Ameriprise Financial
Jay Adelson, Digg
Jay Gaines, Environmental Data Resources
Jeff Hayzlett, Kodak
John Battelle, Federated Media Publishing
John Halamka, M.D., CareGroup Health System & Dean for Technology at Harvard Medical School
John Maeda, Rhode Island School of Design
Joi Ito, Creative Commons
Jonathan Schwartz, Sun Microsystems
Kelly Flanagan, Brigham Young University
Kevin Rose, Digg
Kevin Spain, Emergence Capital Partners
Lev Gonick, Case Western University
Loic Le Meur, Seesmic
Linda Cureton, NASA/Goddard Space Center
Marc Monseau, Johnson & Johnson
Marcel LeBrun, Radian6
Marisa Thalberg, The Estee Lauder Companies
Mark Zuckerberg, Facebook
Michael Arrington, TechCrunch
Mike Ridley, University of Guelph
Nigel Dessau, AMD
Norman Hajjar, Guitar Center
Padmasree Warrior, Cisco
Paul Levy, Beth Israel Medical Center Boston
Pete Blackshaw, Nielsen Online
Pete Cashmore, Mashable
Peter Cobb, eBags.com
Phil Johnson, PJA Advertising
Pierre Omidyar, eBay
Randall Rothenberg, Interactive Advertising Bureau
Richard Binhammer, Dell
Richard Branson, Virgin
Richard Rosenblatt, Demand Media
Rod Brooks, Pemco Insurance
Sam Decker, Bazaarvoice
Scott Monty, Ford Motor
Sean McCormack, Boeing
Steve Case, The Case Foundation
Tim Davis, Popeye’s Chicken and Biscuits
Tim O’Reilly, O’Reilly Media
Tony Hsieh, Zappos
Tony Uphoff, TechWeb
Vivek Ranadive, TIBCO
Warren L. Habib, MTV
Werner Vogels, Amazon.com
Wes Spears, The Weston Group
Will Weider, Ministry Health Care and Affinity Health System



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One thought on “Is Your Executive on Twitter?

  • March 26, 2009 at 4:40 pm
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    If nothing else, this is just plain fascinating. It is pretty cool that we can spy on the leaders of the Corporate America. I surprised to not see AIG on this list 😉

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