Google Posts Its Twitter Accounts

 
 
By Clint Boulton  |  Posted 2009-07-11 Print this article Print
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Do you want to follow every Google tweet on Twitter? Now you can. Google's Karen Wickre, who shepherds the Google Blog & Twitter Team, offered this list earlier today:

General:

  • twitter.com/Google - our central account
  • twitter.com/Blogger - for Blogger fans
  • twitter.com/GoogleCalendar - user tips & updates
  • twitter.com/GoogleImages - news, tips, tricks on our visual image search
  • twitter.com/GoogleNews - latest headlines via Google News
  • twitter.com/GoogleReader - from our feed reader team
  • twitter.com/iGoogle - news & notes from Google's personalized homepage
  • twitter.com/GoogleStudents - news of interest to students using Google
  • twitter.com/YouTube - for YouTube fans
  • twitter.com/YouTubeES - en Espanol
  • twitter.com/GoogleAtWork - solutions for IT and workplace productivity

Geo-related:

  • twitter.com/SketchUp - Google SketchUp news
  • twitter.com/3DWH - SketchUp's 3D Warehouse
  • twitter.com/Modelyourtown - 3D modeling to build your favorite places
  • twitter.com/EarthOutreach - Earth & Maps tools for nonprofits & orgs
  • twitter.com/GoogleMaps - uses, tips, mashups
  • twitter.com/GoogleSkyMap - Android app for the night sky

Ads-related:

  • twitter.com/AdSense - for online publishers
  • twitter.com/AdWordsHelper - looking out for AdWords questions and tech issues
  • twitter.com/AdWordsProSarah - Google Guide for AdWords Help Forum
  • twitter.com/GoogleAnalytics - insights for Website effectiveness
  • twitter.com/GoogleAdBuilder - re building display ads
  • twitter.com/GoogleRetail - for retail advertisers
  • twitter.com/TechnologyUK - for U.K. tech advertisers
  • twitter.com/InsideAdWordsDE - for German AdWords customers
  • twitter.com/GoogleAgencyDE - for German ad agencies
  • twitter.com/AdSensePT - info for Portuguese-language publishers
  • twitter.com/AdWordsRussia - AdWords news & tips in Russian
  • twitter.com/DentroDeAdWords - Spanish updates from the Inside AdWords blog
  • twitter.com/AdWordsAPI - AdWords API tips

Developer & technical:

  • twitter.com/GoogleResearch - from our research scientists
  • twitter.com/GoogleWMC - Google Webmaster Central
  • twitter.com/GoogleCode - latest updates for Google developer products
  • twitter.com/GoogleData - Data APIs - protocol for reading and writing Web data
  • twitter.com/app_engine - Web apps run on Google infrastructure
  • twitter.com/DataLiberation - our initiative for complete import/export of all data
  • twitter.com/GoogleMapsAPI - about using Google Maps embedded in Websites
  • twitter.com/GoogleIO - Google's largest annual developer event

Culture, People:

  • twitter.com/googletalks - notes from our @Google speaker series
  • twitter.com/googlejobs - the voice of Google recruiters

Country or Region:

  • twitter.com/googlearabia - news from the Google Arabia Blog*
  • twitter.com/googledownunder - Google activities in Australia & New Zealand
  • twitter.com/GoogleDE - Google in Germany
  • twitter.com/GoogleLatAm - Latin America (en Espanol)
  • twitter.com/GooglePolicyIt - Notes on Google policy issues in Italy

My favorite account is twitter.com/Google, or the main account. I use it to keep up on Google events, a crucial part of my job as Google Watch editor. It's also been good for a few story tips. Other bloggers discuss the Google Twitter account list on TechMeme.

While writing about the value I get from the central Google Twitter account, I started to wonder how other followers might value Google accounts on Twitter. Do you follow Google on Twitter? If so, what is your favorite Google Twitter account and why?

If not, will you follow Google Twitter accounts now that you have the account list? If so, which one(s) and why?

Does Google need to get more granular and add more accounts than it has already, or are there too many as it is? Note to Karen: I'd personally value in a twitter.com/Google Enterprise account.

I'm really curious about other peoples' Twitter use in tracking Google. I wonder how much action Google might get from the microblog service.

 
 
 
 
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