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The Journal's search for the North East's Twitterati was an exclusive attempt to find out who in the region is using the world wide web to shape the future of the North East. #NEtwitterati

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#NETwitterati 2014: The North East social media influence list

The North East Twitterati has seen hundreds of people voting for people, organisations or bloggers who make the greatest impact on Twitter

NETwitterati 2014

#NETwitterati 2014: North East people who make the biggest impact on social media

The North East Twitterati has seen hundreds of people voting for people, organisations or bloggers who make the greatest impact on Twitter

Simon Hanson

Twitter has stripped away communication barriers, says FSB's Simon Hanson

The Federation of Small Business development manager is encouraging North East tweeters to nominate their favourite accounts for #NETwitterati

A view over the Port of Tyne

Port of Tyne one of the North East's top tweeters - but who's your favourite?

As deft twitter users the Port of Tyne is calling on others to nominate for The Journal's NEtwitterati 2014 list

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The hunt is back on for the North East's top tweeters as NEtwitterati 2014 kicks off

Twitter is not just for the Kardashians, says Nicola Jayne Little

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The search is on for the 2014 most influential people on social media

Vote now for the best North East tweeters and see them recognised in #NEtwitterati

Sarah Hall, Managing director of PR and marketing agency Sarah Hall Consulting Ltd

Sarah Hall given one of top PR industry awards

North East PR consultant Sarah Hall has been given a top award by the Chartered Institute of Public Relations

Stephen Waddington

NETwitterati pair are appointed to senior CIPR positions

Stephen Waddington and Sarah Hall have been appointed to senior roles in the national body for public relations professionals, the Chartered Institute of Public Relations

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NEtwitterati: The North East's Most Influential People on Social Media

The Journal's search for the North East's Most Influential People on Social Media, or the North East Twitterati (#NEtwitterati) as it’s become known, started off as an idea over coffee

Maria Albertsen with her sons

NEtwitterati: Maria Albertsen - Founder RagHeroes

Toy manufacturer Maria Albertsen (@mariaalbertsen_) is among the most nominated in The Journal's search for the North East’s Most Influential in Social Media

Sarah Raad

NEtwitterati: Sarah Raad - Business Development Manager and Marketeer at Tent.uk.com

With almost 20 years experience in marketing Sarah Raad knows a thing or two about raising a business' profile and it is her ability to translate this in social media which has won her several nominations in the The Journal’s search for the North East’s Most Influential in Social Media

Rob Charlton

NEtwitterati: Rob Charlton - Chief Executive of Space Group

Construction technology businessman Rob Charlton has an open approach to using social media which has garnered him a nomination in The Journal’s search for the North East's Most Influential People in Social Media

Philip Barnes

NEtwitterati: Philip Barnes - Group land director Barratts

As a thought leader in the construction and housing industry Philip Barnes said his use of social media as a tool to highlight key industry news could be one of the reasons why he's been nominated in The Journal's search for the North East’s Most Influential in Social Media

Mark Henderson

NEtwitterati: Mark Henderson - Chief Executive, Home Group

Approachability is a goal which the chief executive of social housing provider Home Group, Mark Henderson hopes he can achieve from his social media profile

Rob Williamson

NEtwitterati: Rob Williamson - Community Foundation Tyne & Wear and Northumberland

As chief executive of the UK's largest community fund it should be no surprise that Rob Williamson has been nominated in the Journal's North East’s Most Influential People on Social Media

Ross Wigham

NEtwitterati: Ross Wigham - Service Manager in Communications, Northumberland County Council

As a professional communicator Ross Wigham knows his tweets from his facebook status updates and in turn has proven he is an expert at how to use them to engage with his audience

Ross Smith

NEtwitterati: Ross Smith - Director of Policy, North East Chamber of Commerce

Keeping the business leaders of the North East informed is among the top priority for Ross Smith, director of policy at the North East Chamber of Commerce (NECC)'s use of social media

Victoria Rea

NEtwitterati: Victoria Rea - Harley's Tea Rooms

Running a popular tea room in Rothbury means that Victoria Rea finds it difficult to fit social media into her busy life but that hasn't stopped her from winning a nomination in The Journal's search for the North East’s Most Influential on Social Media

Stephen Paul

NEtwitterati: Stephen Paul - Owner of Valued Accountancy Services

Accountant Stephen Paul is first to admit that people in his area of expertise don't make the best use of social media, a trend he seems to have bucked with his nomination in The Journal's search for the North East's Most Influential on Social Media

Sarah Brownrigg

NEtwitterati: Sarah Brownrigg - Administrator of 'I know this great little place in Newcastle'

Marketing consultant Sarah Brownrigg fell in love with Newcastle as a university student and that passion has translated into one of the city’s most popular facebook pages

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