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Top 20 small business journalists to engage with on Twitter

Having an online presence for a business is crucial, especially for a start up. JournoLink has found the top 20 active journalist to engage with on Twitter to kick-start your brand.

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
@vickiowen

Chris Goodfellow
Business Zone
Editor
@CGoodfellowBZ

James Hurley
The Times
Enterprise Editor
@jameshurley

Nadira Tudor
BBC Business
Business Reporter
@nadiratudor

Claudia-Liza Armah
London Live
Presenter
@ClaudiaLizaTV

Rachael Power
BusinessZone
Small business editor
@rachpower10

Carol Lewis
The Sunday Times
Commissioning business editor
Editor of The Times's SME Hub
@CarolLewis101

Rebecca Jones
Business Matters
Online Editor 
@R_mjones

Rebecca Burn-Callander
The Telegraph
Enterprise Editor
@sparky000

Kiki Loizou
The Sunday Times
Small Business Editor
@KikiLoizou

Simon Rose
Share Radio
 

Presenter 

@SimonRoseRadio

Hannah Prevett

Freelance Writer
Previously written for Sunday Times and The Times
@hannahprevett

BBC Business at 5Live
Producer
@justinbones

Matthew Gwyther
Management Today 
Editor
@MatthewGwyther

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

Emma Haslett
City AM
Online Editor
@emmahaslett

Steph McGovern
BBC Breakfast
Presenter
@stephbreakfast

Jacqueline Housden
Huffington Post UK
News Editor
@jacquelinehead

David Rowan
WIRED
Editor
@iRowan

Mike Butcher
Tech Crunch
Editor-At-Large
@mikebutcher


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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