Meet the Women of Social Media: 5 Boss Girls to Put On Your Must Follow List

The best way to get inspiration for your newest social media post is to go straight to the professionals, and these woman are dominating the field. Being a smart and savvy social media woman may not be as hard as you think. Here at ReThink, we are an all woman run company. These woman, like us, are doing great things in their professions. Let’s take a look at the most followed and best known social media influencers that can help you launch your career in a social media.

1. Kim Garst @kimgarst

Who is this gal? Kim is a small town souther girl who is the founder and CEO of Social Media Branding. Forbes also named her one of the Top 10 Social Media Power Influencers. She is passionate about helping others build a social media presence while also teaching them how to do it on their own.

You have only got three choices in life: give up, give in, or give it all you’ve got.”

-Kim Garst

2. Amy Porterfield @amyporterfield

Who is this gal? Amy is obsessed with The Real Housewives and can be found listening to “Don’t Stop Believing” on repeat. She is the author of “Facebook Marketing All-In-One for Dummies” and has been featured by Business Insider. Be on the look out for her helpful tweets that provide great resources in the social media world.

Take action daily to move your business forward”

-Amy Porterfield

3. Ann Handley @marketingprofs

Who is this gal? Ann is a tiny house owner who is passionate about igniting real results for your business. She is a Wall Street Journal bestselling author for her book “Everybody Writes: Your Go-To Guide to Creating Ridiculously Good Content. Her business Marketing Profs is a social media education company with over 600,000 suscribers.

Great marketing starts with great stories. Be unique, inspire, and connect.”

-Ann Handley

4. Christine Perkett @missusP

Who is this gal? Christine is a single mom of two boys and two dogs and loves every second of it. She loves to challenge the norm and is the founder of two companies. Christine was featured in the Wall Street Journal and enjoys sharing insights for small business owners on her Twitter. It is rare to see a social media conversation that she isn’t apart of.

You have to do what you dream of doing even when you are afraid.”

-Chrisitne Perkett

5. Renee Blodgett @magicsaucemedia

Who is this gal? Renee has a love for photography and philosophy on the side of running her company Magic Sauce Media. They are a brand strategy company “where innovation meets social media, PR, and branding”. She also has her own personal blog “Down the Avenue” which combines technology and culture.

Only those who see the invisible, can do the impossible”

-Renee Blodgett

Anyone I am missing that should be here? Let me know in the comments.


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