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Top 20 small business journalists to engage with on Twitter

Posted by JournoLink in Business Tips on 10 July 2015 at 16:45

Having an online presence is important for any business, but having just a Twitter account isn’t enough. You need to be active and engaging in your sector so kick-start your brand’s profile by following these small business journalists. 

Remember to be consistent – don’t leave your profile dormant and get involved! Joining in on Twitter chats is a great way to get your opinions noticed by the journalists, who are keen to know your views as an SME. 

Hope you enjoy @JournoLink's top 20 small business journalists. 

Vicki Owen
The Mail on Sunday
Small Business Editor

Chris Goodfellow
Business Zone

James Hurley
The Times
Enterprise Editor

Nadira Tudor
BBC Business
Business Reporter

Claudia-Liza Armah
London Live

Rachael Power
Small business editor

Carol Lewis
The Sunday Times
Commissioning business editor
Editor of The Times's SME Hub

Rebecca Jones
Business Matters
Online Editor 

Rebecca Burn-Callander
The Telegraph
Enterprise Editor

Kiki Loizou
The Sunday Times
Small Business Editor

Simon Rose
Share Radio



Hannah Prevett

Freelance Writer
Previously written for Sunday Times and The Times

BBC Business at 5Live

Matthew Gwyther
Management Today 

Dan Matthews
Freelance Writer
Previously written for The Telegraph and The Times

Emma Haslett
City AM
Online Editor

Steph McGovern
BBC Breakfast

Jacqueline Housden
Huffington Post UK
News Editor

David Rowan

Mike Butcher
Tech Crunch

Written By: Camilla Holroyd, Media Relations Executive

Camilla is the all-important portal between JournoLink's businesses and journalists; connecting them on a daily basis through press releases, Twitter engagements and editorial requests. 

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