10 Top Mobile App Industry Experts to Follow on Twitter
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Looking for ways to grow your app business? A good place to start is by following the right people on social media. This will help you to stay informed about mobile industry news, get updates on the latest app marketing and retention tactics, and learn from the top-grossing apps.
With this in mind, we’ve created a list of some of the best people in the Mobile App Industry to follow on Twitter.
10 Mobile App Industry Experts You Should Follow on Twitter
Sarah is a Senior Apps Reporter at TechCrunch. If you want to better understand the app industry and stay up to date with the latest stores’ news, the most popular apps and the money that flows through it all, follow Sarah and stay informed.
Andrew Chen is a true Silicon Valley insider. Ex-Uber, currently he is an advisor and investor for tech and mobile startups. Andrew’s Twitter profile has invaluable essays, mobile industry tweets, and business growth tips.
Another excellent Twitter account to follow comes from Luke Wroblewski. Luke is currently a Product Director at Google. He also founded several companies, that were later acquired by Google and Twitter. Following him can help you better understand digital product design and strategy.
Peggy Anne is a frequent contributor to Forbes, VentureBeat, PocketGamer.biz and other leading business and digital marketing publications. She is a frequent speaker and visitor at mobile marketing conferences, that she covers in her twitter feed. She also hosts a podcast, where marketers from top-grossing apps share their inspirational experience. Peggy Anne was named among Top 30 mobile marketing influencers, so if you aren't following her on Twitter yet, I highly suggest you do it now.
Ilia has immense experience in App Store Optimization. He won the ASO Personality of the Year award at App Store Optimization conference 2019 in NYC. Follow his Twitter feed if you want to stay up to date with everything related to stores’ algorithm changes, visibility challenges, and analytics of your ASO efforts.
Ryan is the founder of Flighty App, 2019 Apple Editors’ Choice winner. Ryan’s Twitter feed is a source of learnings, tools, and experiments that helped to grow his app business. If you are launching an app and looking for lessons from the App Store leaders, this account is a must follow.
Every designer needs a dose of inspiration at times, Alex Muench’s account will get you where you need to go. Alex is a senior digital product designer at Doist, he shares in his feed his experience and results of months of hard work.
Benedict Evans is best known for sharing with his audience insights on the future of the mobile industry and related research data. For those seeking information on where the app development is heading, you should certainly follow Benedict on Twitter.
Thomas is a mobile growth consultant, his areas of expertise include App Store Optimization, paid User Acquisition, virality, onboarding, and more. Thomas is consistent on Twitter, sharing app industry insights, lessons from the top developers, and professional mobile marketing tips.
Eric runs Mobile Dev Memo, mobile advertising, app monetization, and performance marketing blog. Looking for expert advice to achieve growth in these areas? Then, following Eric’s Twitter feed is maybe what you need to move forward.
Bonus: If you are not following AppFollow on Twitter, get on it!