5 Salesforce Socials You Should Follow

Social media platforms like LinkedIn, Twitter and YouTube are increasingly becoming a space for people to inspire and educate themselves on their chosen career; and Salesforce is no exception. These platforms are a great way to stay up to date on the ever-evolving Salesforce platform and connect with fellow trailblazers in the ecosystem.

Whether you prefer to read, watch, or listen, to your study tips and industry news, there are a multitude of Salesforce professionals sharing their advice and experience across most social platforms.

We’ve highlighted below 6 amazing trailblazers; you should watch out for!

David Liu – @SFDC99

No list of ‘Salesforce influencers’ would be complete without 8x MVP David Liu.

David is a Lead Salesforce Technical Architect at Google, who is extremely activity within the community, speaking at many Dreamforce events and even winning the inaugural Golden Hoodie!

As part of his YouTube channel, David offers career advice for those looking to pursue a career in the ecosystem. From top networking tips, to advice on specific career paths and certifications in Salesforce, David covers everything you need to know.

Tiffani Bova – @TiffaniBova

Looking for someone to follow on LinkedIn? Tiffani Bova is the Global Customer Growth and Innovation Evangelist at Salesforce, with over 30,000 followers on the platform, she is most definitely a thought leader.

As well as winning multiple accolades, Tiffani is author of the Wall Street Journal Bestseller, Growth IQ and hosts her own podcast; What’s Next! with Tiffani Bova. Her LinkedIn newsletter; Think Forward, shares the latest trends, news, and inspirational conversations.

Daniel Peter – @danieljpeter

If you need advice about certifications, this is the person to ask. Daniel is a 27x certified Salesforce professional.

As an active member of the community, he leads a Salesforce Developer User Group, is an advisor to Salesforce for the Startups Accelerate Program and is also an MVP.

On Twitter Daniel shares the latest news around the platform, Salesforce events, and career advice.

Amy Oplinger – @SalesforceAmy

The next trailblazer on our list is Salesforce MVP alumna, Akron Women In Tech Co-Leader, and speaker, Amy Oplinger.

Following Amy on Twitter is a great way to stay up-to-date on all your Salesforce news and career advice blogs.

Eric Dreshfield – @EricDresh

The last mention on our list of Salesforce ‘influencers’ to follow, is Eric Dreshfield. Eric is a blogger, marketer, mentor, and is passionate about all things Salesforce.

As a community advocate, Eric is very involved in the Ohana. He founded Midwest Dreamin’, the largest Salesforce Community-led conference in the US and is also a member of the Salesforce MVP Hall of Fame.

On Twitter Eric shares information on the latest Salesforce events and inspirational content. To learn more about Eric’s top 3 pieces of advice for career success, check out the Q&A he did as part of our #SalesforceQA series here!

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