Less than a week for ‘Top Tweeters’ in UK Built Environment

Tweeters connected to the UK built environment have less than a week to either nominate themselves or people they follow for the #tCnTop100. We will be collating our first top 100 Tweeters soon after our 15 March deadline.

We have had numerous nominations since tCn launched the tCnTop100 last month, suggesting that many professionals in UK architecture, engineering, construction and property-related businesses are already ‘social media savvy’.

Kent-based building regulations expert and well-known tweeter Geoff Wilkinson commented:

“The tCnTop100 is a great way to promote social media’s use in construction.  It’s not just about a league table or where I rank in relation to others. It has unearthed dozens of great tweeps who I wouldn’t otherwise have spotted. We all share a common interest in the built environment and as a result I have discovered some superb content that I would have otherwise have missed.”

All those sending tweets including the #tCnTop100 hashtag will be analysed by PeerIndex to discover who are the most influential, authoritative, engaging and useful tweeters. This information will then be published on the tCn website so that people can use it to grow their twitter networks and connect with like-minded people.

We hope the #tCnTop100 hashtag search will become a key resource for those sharing useful information relating to planning, design, procurement, construction, repair, maintenance, operation, etc. It will help active Twitter users to find useful contacts and to be found.

To achieve the best possible results, tweet “Include me in the #tCnTop100” or nominate those you follow by tweeting I/we nominate [@twitteraccount] for the #tCnTop100‘, inserting their Twitter handle.

Nominations will be accepted up until 5pm on 15th March so get your tweets in now!


About The tCn Team

The tCn Blog is edited by the original founders of the concept. Its purpose is to give regular updates as to what's happening on the official site while acting as a central resource to share best practise relating to social media in construction. We collaborate with various thought leaders including marketing & pr agencies, associations, bodies and institutes.
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