50 travel twitterers you should follow

By | December 16th, 2008

Yesterday I revealed the top 50 travel blogs of 2008. Today, it’s Twitter’s turn.

If you don’t do any microblogging, I highly recommend giving it a try. You can follow me at elliottdotorg. But before I get into this list, a word or two about my methodology. I base this on my own list of followers and Twitter Grader.


Alaskatravelgrm
Almostfearless
ARoadRetraveled
Awayblog
Cajun_Mama
CoTravelGirl
DanTraveling
DesertMama
Deliciousbaby
Dreamofitaly
elliottng
Flyawaycafe
Gadling
GoGreenTraveler
GreenTravelHub
Heather_Poole
Hipcompass
HotelChatter
Jaunted
Jenniferhuber
Jenleo
JetWithKids
kag2u
KimMance
kir
LATimestravel
Lifecruiser
MatadorNetwork
MissExpatria
MudslideMama
NathanKam
Newyorkology
paulaberg
Randall_Shirley
Sheilas
SoulOfTravel
Soultravelers3
TheDisneyBlog
SouthwestAir
Statravelers
Travelchannel
Travel_freak
TravelMuse
TravelSavvyMom
Travelrants
wandermom
WeJustGotBack
wendyperrin
WorldHum
zengrrl

A big hat tip to my friends at Voyagegeek for the original list of Top 50 Travel Twitterers you should follow. Also, be sure to check out the T-List Twitterati for more folks worth following.

Did I miss anyone? Please comment and I’ll be sure to consider them for next year’s list.



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