Top 10 U.S Social Media Influencers in Technology
Using our extensive media database, we compiled a list of the top 10 social media influencers throughout the United States and operating in the Technology space. Our solution makes it easy to find — and connect with — the influencers that matter to you.
Create custom media lists that are automatically updated, send multimedia emails, and track who opened emails and where they clicked, all right from the platform itself. And our module, Influencer Streams, shows you exactly what influencers are talking about on social media, so you can personalize pitches and amplify your message.
*Data as of July, 2022
3. Guy Kawasaki
Bio: Chief evangelist @Canva and creator of Remarkable People podcast. 🎧 Live show Wednesdays at 10 am PT.
Location: Silicon Valley, California
4. Tai Lopez
Bio: Investor. Philanthropist. Mensa Member. Read 1 book a day. 10 million view TedX. firstname.lastname@example.org Watch 67 Steps That Took Me From Broke To Driving Lambo
Location: Hollywood Hills, CA
6. Jonathan Morrison
Bio: trying to make cool things. got a new song coming out too.
Location: Los Angeles, CA
8. Sara Dietschy
Bio: Dietschy rhymes with peachy. Tech & Creativity YouTuber. I enjoy long walks on the internet and speak in sarcasm. Founder & CEO of ur mom.
Location: Dallas, TX
9. Markos Moulitsas
Bio: CEO @TalentCulture | #WorkTrends Wed 1:30 – 2pm EST Analyst – Brand Strategist – Podcaster | #HR #Tech #Digital #Entrepreneur #FutureOfWork @Forbes
Location: Portland, OR
10. Erica Griffin
Bio: I’m Erica! I make reviews of mobile tech, etc. I am a total nerd, a wife to a wonderful husband, an avid follower of Jesus & crazed Nintendo fan. Follow me!
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