here is a LIST
Avinash Kaushik — Google’s chief digital evangelist and one of the most influential bloggers on analytics.
Brian Solis — Arguably the most prolific and successful social media author in the field.
Mike Stelzner — Creator of the Social Media Examiner properties — perhaps the most successful and influential social media blog, podcast and conference in the world.
David Armano — An integrated marketing thought leader, contributor to Harvard Business Review, managing director, Edelman Digital.
Danny Brown — Intellectual provocateur; the blogger’s blogger
Mark Ragan — CEO of Ragan Communications. Publisher of @PRDaily, PR Daily EU, Ragan.com, and about a million other useful publications
Joe Pulizzi — Single-handedly defined the field of content marketing through his Content Marketing Institute and wildly successful conferences and books.
Michael Chui — McKinsey Global Institute principal and expert in using social tools to enhance enterprise communications, knowledge sharing, and collaboration.
Seth Godin — World-renowned best-selling author. Perhaps you’ve heard of him.
Marcus Sheridan — Passionate evangelist of social media and content marketing for business. Just got a new book deal.
Jeff Dachis — A business leader and entrepreneur pushing for data-driven social marketing through the influential Dachis Group
Shelly Kramer — Gutsy entrepreneur-ess and blogger who tells it like it is.
Geoff Livingston — Social media, social good, deep thinker, superb blogger.
Jason Falls — Pioneering social media blogger and straight-talking speaker
Don Tapscott — Wise observer of our world on digital. Futurist and author of Grown Up Digital: How the Net Generation is Changing Your World
Jay Baer — Perhaps the foremost social media entrepreneur on the scene. His new book is about to be released — Youtility: Why Smart Marketing Is about Help Not Hype
I have no idea how many Twitter followers these people have. But they have allaccomplished something.
I normally don’t make lists like this because I don’t want to hurt anybody’s feelings — there are dozens of other people who I could certainly shine a light on. And I haven’t even included the many innovators toiling at major companies and brands who are too busy to worry about the size of their Twitter audience.
And if you ARE on the Forbes list? Have some fun with it. Let your mom know about it. Put a badge on your website. Just don’t take it too darn seriously, OK?Source: http://www.businessesgrow.com/2013/04/23/25-social-media-influencers-forbes-ignored-and-why/