The #tCnTop100 focuses attention on UK Architects: #AJtCn100

The wait is over!

We’re delighted to announce that in line with our #tCnTop100 series we will next attempt to identify and promote the most effective ‘tweeters’ in UK Architecture.

In addition we are also excited to confirm that the mystery publication and media partner involved in this initiative is the Architects Journal (AJ).

The #AJtCn100 button

How to get involved?

Further information explaining how users can be nominated and what Twitter can do for Architects will be available via the AJ on Thursday 9th June 2011 both online and in their printed magazine.  After a 3 week nomination period the results will be published by the Architects Journal together with analysis and commentary from those involved.

Finally we’d like to thank @SuButcher of Barefoot & Gilles Architects for her collaborative assistance, enthusiasm and guidance on this project.  Su has been instrumental in tCn’s development of the AJtCn Twitter 100 and will be contributing to all official articles.

Feel free to share this information with all the Architects you know and don’t forget to use the #AJtCn100 hashtag!

In the meantime UK Architects can get a free company listing on the tCn website by simply emailing their website address to

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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1 Response to The #tCnTop100 focuses attention on UK Architects: #AJtCn100

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