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.
Welcome back for the thirty-fifth #FollowFriday tweet / WordPress mashup of 2012 here on the AudioAcrobat Weblog!
OK, so you have a mobile phone, more than likely a smartphone. Is it protected? Perhaps…
In today’s post, we will dive deeper into the tweets of San Francisco based mobile security network, Lookout (@Lookout) and the Twitter accounts they have chosen to follow … a mirror, if you will, into the soul(-cial media) behind a company who helps users locate a lost device, prevent identify theft, block potential threats…and a whole lot more!
Yep. That’s right, we just said it … “soulcial media”. We also said, “a company who helps users locate a lost device, prevent identify theft, block potential threats…and a whole lot more” in the same sentence.
Download the Lookout application for free at MyLookout.com!
Featured #FollowFriday Twitter Account
@Lookout: We keep your mobile device safe
— Lookout (@Lookout) August 28, 2012
More about Lookout
Lookout is a smartphone security company dedicated to making the mobile experience safe for everyone.
Your smartphone is vital to your work and everyday life. Lookout provides award-winning security to protect you from viruses, malware and spyware, the ability to backup and restore your data, and tools to help locate lost or stolen phones. Lookout’s unique cross-platform, cloud-connected applications are designed to be lightweight and efficient while delivering the best protection possible. Our Mobile Threat Network scans applications worldwide, allowing us to find and stop threats before they ever become a risk to you — so you can rest assured that you’re protected from the threats that can get between you and your phone, automatically. All in a friendly, easy to use app. Lookout products are available on the Android and iOS platforms.
Here you will find a list of 25 accounts @Lookout is following. They are all active users who we deem worthy of checking out, retweeting and following. Enjoy!
01 @RonMDavies: Street-smart business growth strategist
02 @AndroidSocMedia: Providing info and training about Android productivity
03 @_defcon_: Hacking Conference
04 @LacyWAH: Pajama Exec. Work at home with the internet.
05 @Sandi_Foster: I am a passionate Artist, an avid gardener + more!
06 @tomlopy: Producing music – Looking for deep funk grooves
07 @billportnova: Internet Marketer that love’s building lists + more!
08 @lopnet: Twitter solution. Under promise. Over deliver.
09 @androidandme: Meet your new Android friend
10 @androidfreeware: Freeware for Android Phones
11 @AnAndroidArmy: Want to Take Over the Universe? Then You’re Going to Need an ANDROID ARMY!
12 @Android_Work: Latest Freelance Android Jobs
13 @androidtapp: Android App Reviews, Apps, News & Recommendations
14 @Androidheadline: Latest News on Android Phones
15 @SciTechScotty: a PC technician who shares free apps and news
16 @crunchdot: Latest from: TECH, GADGETS, MOBILE, COMPUTERS + More!
17 @DrInfoSec: InfoSec, Risk, and Privacy Strategist
18 @100bestapps: The 100 best android apps and app reviews, daily updated
19 @arj: CTO of Perimeter E-Security
20 @adamshostack: Working to reduce bad security outcomes
21 @rmogull: Swim. Bike. Run. Kick. Punch. Code. Write.
22 @MGeekMobi: Mobile Development Team
23 @MobileCulture: artifacts, reports, trends + insights on mobile culture
24 @WindPowerSystem: No. 1 Wind Turbine Brokers on the net
25 @WSJbusiness: Business news coverage from The Wall Street Journal
In summary, it looks as though @Lookout likes to follow twitter accounts and users who focus more on the Android side of the smartphone coin, at least in our extracted sample. There are several news / mobile news accounts and a heavy focus on apps + reviews, and a keen focus on business. We also noticed an unusual amount of older accounts who haven’t tweeted in several years at the bottom of their followers list, but hey — we’ve all probably got some Twitter housecleaning to do, right?!
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