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Twitter top 10 mortgage broker influencers – Accord Mortgages

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Twitter top 10 mortgage broker influencers – Accord Mortgages
Accord Mortgages has revealed its top 10 intermediary influencers on social media to coincide with the launch of its Twitter broker account @AccordMortgages,

The intermediary-only lender, which is part of Yorkshire Building Society Group, considered a number of key factors, including the number of tweets, number of followers and how long each user has been active on Twitter, to rank the most the prominent tweeters.

The top 10 is:

 

Name Handle No of followers No of tweets Date joined Twitter
1. Andrew Montlake (Coreco) @montysblog 4,844 29,100 February 2009
2. Lea Karasavvas (Prolific Mortgage Finance) @Mortgage_Mind 3,923 21,900 April 2010
3. Emma Coffey (Goldsmith Williams) @EmmaMariaCoffey 3,601 36,600 February 2009
4. Ying Tan (The Buy to Let Business) @TheBTLBusiness 2,492 2,204 April 2010
5. Matthew Arena (Brilliant Solutions) @MatthewArena 1,367 1,525 July 2009
6. Jeremy Duncombe (Legal & General) @JeremyDuncombe 998 1,379 June 2013
7. James Chidgey (Mortgage Advice Bureau) @MAB_JChidgey 511 798 May 2015
8. David Hollingworth (London & Country) @D_Hollingworth 391 1,690 September 2011
9. Craig Hall (Legal & General) @Craig_A_Hall 330 1,279 February 2012
10. Lauren Bagley (Sesame Bankhall Group) @lauren_bagley 691 669 October 2010

 

David Robinson, national intermediary sales manager at Accord, said: “Many brokers are using social media, in particular Twitter, as a platform to share information with their fellow intermediaries, which is very encouraging.

“Brokers are adapting their business to reflect advancements in technology and the way they want to receive information from lenders is changing too. Therefore we believe it’s important to communicate with brokers via channels that best suit their needs.

“Taking on board feedback from intermediaries we have also launched a new-look website, which we hope brokers will find easy and simple to use. We’re always looking to improve the way we support brokers, so my message is please get in touch to let us know your thoughts, including via the @AccordMortgages Twitter account.”

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