20 PR Twitter Accounts to Follow

Looking for informative public relations related Twitter accounts to follow? Check out these 20 interesting and expert people for a daily (and sometimes constant) dose of information. Also, check out my original 30 PR Experts You Should Follow on Twitter.

1. Beth Harte

Beth is one of the earliest PR pros to latch on to the benefits of social media. Very sociable and full of great tips and links. Follow her at @BethHarte.

2. Sarah Evans

Ever participated in the #journchat public relations industry Twitter chat? Then you have Sarah to thank. The chat is one of the biggest industry chats on Twitter and inspired many like it. Follow her at @PRSarahEvans.

3. Jonathan Bernstein

If your company needs crisis management, you’ll be glad you have Jonathan on your feed. He’s the founder and crisis management consultant at Bernstein Crisis Management, Inc, and very helpful when trouble hits. Follow him at @Bernsteincrisis.

4. Karen Taylor Bass

Her handle is @PRExpert and it’s not just a boast! She offers public relations coaching, advice and ego boosts just when you need them.

5. PR By The Book

A publicity firm out of Austin, Texas, PR By the Book offers lots of great links and intriguing questions throughout the day. Usually focused on the book world but handy for the entire industry. Follow them at @PRbytheBook.

6. Kevin Dugan

Kevin is the Tweeter behind @PRBlog. He’s also the author of The Bad Pitch Blog, which showcases some of the worst marketing ideas out there. Definitely worth a read.

7. Dana Willhoit

It’s sometimes tough to figure out what journalists are thinking, especially when they pass up our fifteenth press release. Luckily, we have @Dana_Willhoit, who has been on both sides of the coin.

8. Dave Fleet

Dave is not only the Vice President of Digital at Edelman in Toronto, he’s pretty dang savvy when it comes to keeping perspective when it comes to PR. Follow him at @DaveFleet.

9. Pitch Engine

Jason Kintzler is the founder of @PitchEngine, where businesses go to get the word out on their big news releases. If you need advice on press releases, especially on sprucing them up, check him out.

10. Jason Chupick

Less of your standard links and advice, @JasonChupick offers a more “average joe” approach to Tweeting. It just happens to have brilliant advice contained within.

11. Soraya Darabi

It may be her upbeat personality. It may be her delicious background image, or the yummy goodness found at her company Foodspotting. It may be her willingness to converse. Whatever it is, you need to find out for yourself. Find Soraya at @SorayaDarabi!

12. Gini Dietrich

Author of Spinsucks.com, which finds the awful stories in public relations and social media news and exposes them. Also very active with her followers. Follow her at @GiniDietrich.

13. Jennifer Fortney

Jennifer is the brain behind @SmallBizPRXpert, offering advice to small businesses around the world. She’ll show you how to step up your business to the next level!

14. Help A Reporter

Don’t get enough of their updates in your email? Follow their Twitter account for even more opportunities to get you and your business in the news. Check them out at @HelpaReporter.

15. Jayme Soulati

Jayme is the founder of #SMBChat and a 25 + year veteran of the PR world. Also has good ideas on how to “unboring” your Twitter stream. Find her at @Soulati.

16. Valeria Maltoni

Upbeat, informative and all about making connections, Valeria of @ConversationAge lives up to her name. It’s all about the conversation and learning with her, so try and keep up!

17. Brian Solis

If you want to read what others will be talking about in the future right now, check out Brian Solis’ Twitter feed. He’s always out looking for the next big thing. See his crystal ball at @BrianSolis.

18. Steve Schuster

If you’re really focused on public relations in the technology fields, check out Steve Schuster at @RainierCo. His quote is “Anything we can imagine is inevitable once the dependent technologies are developed,” which he has dubbed Schuster’s Law.

19. Jenny Schmitt

Jenny as quickly becoming one of the more interesting and engaging folks on Twitter when it comes to PR. Jump on her friend list now so you can say you knew her when. Find her at @CloudSpark.

20. Joan Stewart

She’s the @PublicityHound! Look at how happy she is on her Twitter background. If you follow along eventually you’ll grin like that too.

Who else do you recommend? Share below.

This article is written by Mickie Kennedy, founder of eReleases (https://www.ereleases.com), the online leader in affordable press release distribution. Grab three free ebooks, including the Big Press Release Book and Twitter Tactics, here: https://www.ereleases.com/insider/freebooks.html

Wow! Honored! Such great company on this list! Thanks, y’all, and happiest holidays/season to you!


Mickie, ditto, thanks for the mention. I think I’ve have at least 20 new followers since you published this!


You’re very welcome. Appreciate the feedback.


What a nice blog post. Thank you!

A few others to consider for next year:


Wow! Lovely and an amazing holiday gift!


Ditto on the @arikhanson and @valeriesimon suggestion. Their work with #happo is inspiring, and both offer great insight daily.


Yaay. See http://www.theprdistinction.blogspot.com too. Karen Taylor Bass rocks! thanks for the recognition …she is a superstar!


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