By Graham Charlton

Who are the most useful SEO tweeters to follow? In this post I’ve listed those I have been following for a while, as well as some other useful suggestions.

After this article on ClickZ listing marketing leaders to follow, I decided I’d steal the idea for SEW and list some useful tweeters on the subject of SEO.

I’ve stuck to individuals rather than brands, just to keep the list at a manageable size. Please feel free to suggest any I may have missed…

So here we are, in no particular order. I’ve broken them up into Google staff, writers and SEOs, though there is plenty of crossover between these categories…

SEO practitioners

Dawn Anderson

Dan Sharp

Kevin Gibbons

Sam Silverwood-Cope

Nichola Stott

Hannah Thorpe

Just saw my first “live ” tag in a news feed; alongside AMP, Twitter embed & summary cards of live updates… pic.twitter.com/4j7s8MuwP0

— hannah thorpe (@hannahjthorpe) July 8, 2016

Gerry White

Kelvin Newman

Joost de Valk

Rae Hoffman

Ian Miller

Lisa Myers

Pete Handley

Stacey Macnaught

Ian Lurie

Malcolm Coles

Barry Adams

Site Migration 5 things to get right:
1. Involve SEO from the start
2. Redirects & mapping
3. Data
4. Ownership
5. Safe staging#SearchLeeds

— Barry Adams (@badams) July 7, 2016

Mags Sikora

Phil Nottingham

Michael Gray

Jamie Peach

Ross Hudgens

Glen Gabe

Nick Wilsdon

Dave Cain

Andrew Isidoro

Irish Wonder

Rishi Lakhani

SEO is beyond algorithmic optimisation and manipulation. An element of human behaviour understanding is important to a successful campaign

— Rishi Lakhani (@rishil) March 4, 2016

Olga Andriendko

Shaun Anderson

David Mihm

Will Critchlow

Andrew McGarry

Greg Gifford

Where should you spend your time in Local SEO?

1) links
2) website
3) GMB
4) off-site local@localseoguide #rocksdigital

— Greg Gifford (@GregGifford) July 1, 2016

Dixon Jones

Glen Allsopp

Jon Henshaw

Richard Baxter

Patrick Altoft

Dejan

Danny Denhard

Gabriella Sannino

David Tutin

James Carson

Josh Salvage

Tim Aldiss

Seeing very different looking SERPs in Google.pt desktop search today. Anyone else noticed this? #SEO pic.twitter.com/RjSnJpa7GG

— Tim Aldiss (@timaldiss) June 15, 2016

Usman Patel

Peter Young

Dave Naylor

Jon Earnshaw

Stephen Kenwright

Carl Hendy

Marcus Tober

Stephen Morris

Andrew Martin

Dewi Nawasari

Malcolm Slade

Aaron Bradley

SEW writers and contributors

Christopher Ratcliff

Graham Charlton

Chris Lake

Most web users think most links on web pages are there for commercial reasons https://t.co/xIitNgxDgp pic.twitter.com/r43mRJVHjm

— Chris Lake (@lakey) June 13, 2016

Tereza Litsa

Rebecca Sentance

Sam Underwood

Ryan Johnson

Andrew Betts

Andrew Girdwood

SEO writers and analysts

Barry Schwartz

Pete Myers

Google testing a new kind of services ad (search = “electrician”). Not sure if it’s tied to Google Home Services — pic.twitter.com/wWxeDP2c1C

— Dr. Pete Meyers (@dr_pete) July 4, 2016

Cyrus Sheperd

Ann Smarty

Rand Fishkin

Matt Southern

Danny Sullivan

AJ Kohn

Graphing: US Desktop Search Query Volume https://t.co/5c1BacSzLT (April 2016 lowest volume in FIVE years.) #search pic.twitter.com/3TNfn8Ibj8

— AJ Kohn (@ajkohn) May 22, 2016

Loren Baker

Jennifer Slegg

Bill Slawski

Matt McGee

Googlers

Gary Illyes

John Mueller

Matt Cutts

Eric Schmidt

Please suggest any great SEO accounts I’ve missed out, and we’ll add them to the list…

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