The Most Active Entrepreneurs on Social Media


As an aspiring or current small business owner, you may or may not be looking to eventually build giant businesses like the following entrepreneurs. Either way, you can find inspiration in the fact that each of them came from humble beginnings and faced a lot of adversity in building their empires.

The Most Active Entrepreneurs on Social Media

Each of these high-profile entrepreneurs are active on social media.

So, like, follow or connect with them as you embark on your own entrepreneurial journey.


Gary started working for his father’s wine store in New Jersey at fourteen years old.

He took over running it after graduating from college in 1999.

Harnessing the power of Google AdWords and YouTube in the early days, he grew the store’s annual sales from $3 million to $60 million in a little over 5 years.

He now runs a digital media agency and is one of the most popular entrepreneurs on social media, documenting his journey multiple times a day.

If you are looking for someone to follow on social media who is doing it right, Gary is a good choice.


Sir Richard Branson has had a storied career.

He started Student Magazine at 16 years old.

He then went on to build Virgin Group, a conglomerate of dozens of different Virgin branded businesses.

He currently maintains a blog on the Virgin website, where he documents his life and philosophies.

You can also find him on various social media outlets.


Jessica began acting as a teenager and went on to experience success in Hollywood in her twenties.

She has since transitioned into the world of business, founding The Honest Company in 2012 after starting a family and discovering a lack of all-natural, non-toxic baby and infant products on the market.

The Company has grown rapidly and is currently valued at over $1 billion.

She is active on social media, documenting her journey with The Honest Company, among other things going on in her life.


Mark Cuban is most famous for owning an NBA team and investing on TV’s Shark Tank.

However, he did a lot before getting to this point.

Raised in a middle-class, blue-collar family, he is an excellent example of a self-made success.

He started his first full-time business, MicroSolutions, shortly after graduating from college, which he went on to sell for $6 million a few years later.

He took his profit from this venture and invested in a Company called Audionet, which was eventually sold to Yahoo! for $5.7 billion.

He hasn’t looked back since, starting and investing in dozens of companies.

You can follow Mark’s journey on the various social media channels he is active on.

What Do You Think?

Which entrepreneurs are you following who provide the most value to you?

Let me know in the comments section below.

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