The #FollowFriday Series highlights today’s up-and-coming, active and all-around noteworthy Twitter accounts the AudioAcrobat staff deems worthy of following; while at the same time peering deeper into the soul(-cial media) of each account and providing a brief-yet-informative analysis.
After making hundreds of #FollowFriday recommendations on Twitter throughout the first twelve weeks of 2011, our staff is showing no sign of slowing down when it comes to the integration of AudioAcrobat’s weekly #FF tweets into this nifty WordPress.com weblog.
Last week’s feature focused on the location-based mobile platform that makes cities easier to use and more interesting to explore – foursquare – and was so well received by our readers that we’d be crazy not to continue this weekly “trend” of blog-supported, fun and factual tweets.
Now to (wirelessly) connect with an international nonprofit membership organization which has represented the wireless communications industry since 1984!
In today’s posting, we will not only share this week’s featured #FollowFriday account, @CTIA, but will also take our readers in for a closer look at twenty five of the nine hundred thirty Twitter accounts @CTIA is currently following … a mirror, if you will, into the soul(-cial media) of the industry’s operator of leading trade shows, equipment testing and certification programs; ensuring a high standard of quality for consumers.
Yep. That’s right, we just said it … “soulcial media”. We also said “the industry’s operator of leading trade shows, equipment testing and certification programs” in the same sentence.
Featured #FollowFriday Twitter Account
@CTIA: We represent wireless ecosystem
http://bit.ly/gisWdP great story in national journal's tech daily dose about CTIA's semi-annual survey
— CTIA (@CTIA) March 22, 2011
More about CTIA:
CTIA-The Wireless Association® is an international nonprofit membership organization that has represented the wireless communications industry since 1984. Membership in the association includes wireless carriers and their suppliers, as well as providers and manufacturers of wireless data services and products.
01 @JNels: Verizon Wireless PR guy
02 @saschasegan: I’m mostly the cell phone guy for PCMag; my other car is a travel writer.
03 @TMobile: The official Twitter account of T-Mobile USA
04 @jbtaylor: Sprint spokesman on public policy + contact for NC & DC media
05 @FierceWireless: 140 character edition
06 @petersvensson: Technology Writer for The Associated Press
07 @fawnjohnson: National Journal Correspondent
08 @RogerWCheng: Technology/telecom reporter for Dow Jones Newswires/Wall Street Journal
09 @ceciliakang: I’m the technology policy reporter for The Washington Post.
10 @mobilehealth: co-founder and editor of mobihealthnews
11 @dlcohenwrites: Reuters small biz columnist, independent writer
12 @sprint: A comprehensive range of wireless & wireline services
13 @BreakingNews: Breaking news alerts around the world from hundreds of sources 24 hours a day
14 @petershankman: My life: Consulting, angel investing, advising, speaking. Founded HARO.
15 @SchatzWSJ: I’m a reporter at the Wall Street Journal covering the FCC and tech policy
16 @allthingsd: All Things D
17 @MatthewLasar: I write/teach about media regulation
18 @helpareporter: Help A Reporter Out
19 @gigastacey: I blog about chips, broadband and the FCC.
20 @boostmobile: Nationwide no-contract cell phone service provider
21 @arrington: TechCrunch founder. Dog Lover. Sometimes I’m a robot.
22 @WirelessWeek: offering the latest on wireless news, trends and business analysis
23 @KarlBode: Wordsmith, miscreant, Editor of Broadband Reports (aka DSLReports).
24 @freepress: We’re a national, nonpartisan nonprofit working to reform the U.S. media.
25 @MobileCrunch: The official twitter account for MobileCrunch
That’s a pretty impressive list, right? It is pretty specific though … Perhaps our readers would like to recommend a Twitter account to profile during an upcoming #FollowFriday? If so, we urge them to comment below — or send us a tweet — marking sure their voice is heard.
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