On the latest episode of the Generation Social Media Podcast, Chatterkick team members Kelsey, Bri, and Molly shared some of their favorite accounts to follow for content and strategy inspiration. Now our whole crew will be getting in on it. Check back to this blog for more links from our team!
Kelsey Martin’s Inspiration Accounts:
Gary Vaynerchuk - The G.O.A.T account. Best content and best strategy on ALL platforms.
Feedly - I use this to curate the millions of links, channels, newsletters and organize them all in one spot.
Zapier - I use this tool to automatically screenshot and save content I want to look at later. It zaps them into a Dropbox folder for me.
PhantomBuster - Another automation and extraction tool to use
Casey Neistat - A great resource to use for video shot inspiration and angles you haven’t thought of before. He also has very very creative transitions between clips.
Black With No Cream - A Facebook group for creatives
The Social Media Geekout - A Facebook Group for social geeks
Siouxland Marketing Masters - A Facebook Group for local marketers
I listen to a ton of management, mental model, leadership and behavioral podcasts too that help with copy and communication. If you REALLY want to chat about those, lets jump on a call!
Bri Gorman’s Inspiration Accounts:
Sara Dietschy (Rhymes with Peachy) - I love her tech tutorials, series on how to launch a podcast, she is very easy to follow and understand and reviews a lot of different tech from even brands she doesn't use and I love how simple she makes everything
Reddit Thread PPC - Great strategy conversations by the experts.
Mango Street - They’re on a lot of different platforms and have a really great Facebook Group too! I love that they built a platform on doing quick, quality videos that are about things people want to know and also that they stick to their personalities/brand with very quirky dry humor
Becki and Chris - I love that they started as a vlog channel and ended up naturally following what their audience wanted to see, design tutorials, helicopter knowledge etc even if it wasn't their initial goal they listen to their audience and build with them
Molly Ernst’s Inspiration Accounts:
Celeste Barber - She recreates celebrity pics in a funny and relatable way. She has a truly unique style.
Buzzfeed - Buzzfeed News and really all of their platforms.