It’s not surprising that much of these leaders’ chatter centers around the IoT and related topics, but the range of IoT-related topics is broad:
So how can you expand on these ideas and connect meaningfully with these leaders? Keep tabs on leading Twitter handles, like @TechCrunch, @YouTube, @ThingWorx, and @WhiteHouse, (you’ll find more in the report) and identify niche areas of interest to tweet about yourself. There are notable advances announced every day, you just need to make a habit to search them out.
Interested in cancer research? POC Medical Systems has a “lab in a box,” the Pandora CDx, offering low-cost and realtime screening capabilities “for other life-threatening diseases like Cancer, Cardiovascular disorders, Infectious diseases etc.” That’s certainly something to keep an eye on!
Or maybe you’re interested in more of a wearable tech/digital health combo? There are tons of conversations happening around the web, some even speaking to its potential to help us cheat death!
The report offers excellent insight for sourcing the people, publications, and vendors to interact with each day – and doing so should only take about 15 minutes of your time. Here’s how:
One final tip to get you started on that path toward IoT thought leader success: Make sure you’re consistent with your efforts! You have a smart phone, it’s time to get smart about using it – and interacting on Twitter is definitely one of those ways.
And while you’re thinking about strategy, download the report to see who else is framing the conversation, and find your place in the mix.
This post originally appeared on Commpro