Ten Internet Business Experts You Must Follow

If you are into internet business or just blogging as a hobby for now (which I guess will one day turn into a money making doodad if you are loyal towards it), you need to be delimited with people who have already been there so that you could avoid the mistakes they did hence make your journey relatively easier. Here is a compiled list of those people who are the expert in Web Industry, following them will only do you good.

Ten Internet Business Experts You Must Follow

Web Geeks you should follow

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1. David Walsh | @davidwalshblog

My goal is simple: Do everything I can to become the best front-end developer in the world.

Specialties: JavaScript, React, Django/Python, ES6, WebVR, MooTools, jQuery, Dojo Toolkit, AMD JavaScript, HTML5, CSS, CSS Animations, Mobile, PHP, MySQL, Usability, Accessibility, SVG, Canvas, Raspberry Pi

2. Bruce Lawson | @brucel

I’m a married, 40-something year old guy, living in Birmingham U.K. I’ve a first-class degree in English literature, a career in education and setting up the computer book publishing house “glasshaus” behind me. I’m a member of the Web Standards Project‘s Accessibility Task Force . That doesn’t mean I’m a guru or great theoretician or designer, just that I’m a jobbing web developer with a firm belief that the web is a revolutionary communication mechanism and should be available to all.

Since June 2008, I’ve been working for Opera, evangelising open web standards as part of their Developer Relations team. However, this site is a personal site and opinions expressed are my own and don’t represent my employers.. It is therefore © Bruce Lawson.

3. Ilya Grigorik | @igrigorik

Ilya Grigorik is a web performance engineer at Google, co-chair of the W3C Web Performance Working group, and author of High Performance Browser Networking (O’Reilly) book. In short, an internet plumber. In off time, you’ll find him working on open source projects, exploring the outdoors with a camera, or simply enjoying a good book.

4. Adam Bradley | @adamdbradley

Web Developer, Web Solutions Architect, Technical Advisor and Project Manager in a wide variety of web and mobileapplications, both server and client-side. Particularly interested in developing mobile apps.

5. Vjeux | @Vjeux

I’m Christopher Chedeau aka Vjeux! I started this blog to talk about the various projects I am working on and to reveal some of my programming tricks! I hope you will find some of my stuff fun if not useful 

I’m a Facebook Software Engineer in the Front-end team working on React Native. Before that, I went to EPITA, a 5-year Computer Science school and majored in its R&D lab LRDE. I also worked for Curseduring the nights and week-ends.

6. Matt Corallo | @TheBlueMatt

Bitcoin Dev. Full-time on open source Bitcoin Projects at Chaincode Labs. New York, usually

7. Harsh Agarwal | @denharsh

I started blogging out of my passions for learning & sharing. In 2006, I got to know about blogs & it took me about two years from then to start my first blog. 

I started on the BlogSpot platform & within two months I moved to WordPress.

I found blogging to be a great medium for sharing my favorite things with the world. Initially, I started writing random stuff, but later on I discovered how to make money blogging. I discovered “The Way” to become my own boss through the power of the internet. This was when I started sharing those things that worked for me. 

8. Stephen Spencer | @sspencer 

He is the author of Google Power Search published in July 2011 by O’Reilly, co-author of Social eCommerce, published in August 2014 by O’Reilly and co-authored by Jimmy Harding and Jennifer Sheahan, and co-author of The Art of SEO, now in its third edition (2015), also published by O’Reilly and co-authored by Eric Enge, and Jessie Stricchiola.

9. Ed Leake | @EdLeake

I help clients grow their businesses from little to large using PPC (online advertising) and Analytics. With a big dollop of conversion optimization thrown in for good measure – pun intended.
That’s nerd (not guru) power!
The stuff I share with you is what drives my agency’s strategies and client wins.

10. Amit Bhawani | @amitbhawani

I started my online ventures from the year 2004 and now after 3 years, I have a good reach especially among bloggers who would like to follow my passion and also consumers who would like to know my opinion on their next purchase. 

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