19 influencers that need to be on your Twitter feed

Staying abreast with the latest ideas can be a challenge and I find that the easiest way to do this is through Twitter. I love Twitter. I know exactly what is going on in the news, celebrity gossip, tech and most importantly, the latest ideas in Product Management. Moreover, the best part is – all this, in a mere 140 characters. In order for you to be up to date with the product management community, I’ve compiled a list of product managers I think you must follow.

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1. Ben Horowitz

Author of Ben’s Blog () and HarperBusiness book, THE HARD THING ABOUT HARD THINGS



2. Mike Fishbein

Inbound marketer and bestselling author.


3. Ken Norton

Partner @GVTeam. Formerly PM@Google. I write about product management and always bring the donuts. Newsletter: https://www.kennorton.com/newsletter/ 


4. Steve Johnson

The tech industry’s authority on nimble product planning processes. Author, speaker, consultant, guitar player.

DC area • about.me/sjohnson717



5. Adam Crouch

I lead digital commerce product management at Walgreens. Built growth businesses within established companies in retail, healthcare, fashion, banking, travel.

Chicago, IL, USA • linkedin.com/in/adamcrouch


6. Brian de Haaf

Seeker of business and wilderness adventure. CEO of Aha! — The world’s #1 product roadmap software. Get your mojo back and FREE 30 day trial at aha.io

Menlo Park, CA • aha.io


7. Lulu Chang

Product @Pinterest. Firm believer that the useful answers are always the more forgiving ones.

San Francisco, CA • lulucheng.com


8. Eric Ries

Trying to change how start-ups are built.

SF • startuplessonslearned.com

9. Noah Weiss

Head of Search, Learning, & Intelligence at @SlackHQ in NYC. Former SVP of Product@foursquare + Google PM on structured search. Stanford alum, Brooklyn native.

New York, NY • medium.com/@noah_weiss


10. Nir Eyal

I work on, write, and teach about products that move people. Author of Hooked: How to Build Habit-Forming https://NirAndFar.com/GetHooked 



11. Martin Erikkson

I’m Martin Eriksson, passionate product guy, founder of @ProductTank,@MindtheProduct and #mtpcon, Swedish, coffee geek, gadget nut, foodie and…

San Francisco & London • martineriksson.com


12. Kevin Lee

Product @AltSchool. Board Member @ Raising a Reader Bay Area & SF Creative Arts Charter School. Organizer @StartupWeekendEDU



13. Paul Yakota

California native exploring NYC. Product at @Animoto. Married to @randiyokota. Caffeine addict. Burrito aficionado. I do my best tweeting on Wednesdays.

New York City • paulyokota.com


14. Jeff Gothelf

Author: https://www.leanuxbook.com  & https://sensingbook.com  I help build great organizations. Upcoming events: https://lanyrd.com/profile/jboogie/future/ …

The Left Bank of NYC • jeffgothelf.com


15. Melissa Perri

Product and UX Consultant @produxlabs. Teacher, Coach, Speaker. Passionate about building great products and teams. #Agile & #Lean#Agile2016 UX Track Chair.

New York City • melissaperri.com


16. Andrew Chen

Growth @uber. Writer: https://andrewchen.co . Previously startups, VC, adtech

San Francisco, CA • andrewchen.co


17. Janice Fraser

Auntie Mame is my hero. I work @pivotal. I think you’re awesome.

San Francisco


18. Ali Sadhik Shaik

Product Manager | Social Media, Growth and Data Enthusiast | Lifelong Learner | Foodie | Humor Addict and Myself 2.0

Bangalore • sadhiqali.com


19. Matt Anderson

product manager and academic librarian … interested in libraries, #prodmgmt, mobile apps, #prodmktg#ux, & privacy

Draper, UT • mattanderson.org/blog

Mark is the Lead Author & Editor of Spectechular Blog. Mark established the Spectechular blog to create a source for news and discussion about some of the issues, challenges, news, and ideas relating to Product Management.