Fortune 100 List Of Companies And Their Current Twitter Status

It is amazing to me that in this day and age of Web 2.0 technology and Social Media there are still some major corporations that have not embraced the Twarketing boom that is occurring right now. Some of the companies that have currently impressed me the most on Twitter are not even part of the Fortune 100.

Whole Foods, Jet Blue, Woot, SouthWest Airlines and Zappos are taking advantage of Twitter’s market potential.  Most of the Fortune 500 are missing the boat on this one and I just want to let it be known who they are and ask my readers to help me catalog those that I have missed.

If corporations want to find out the dos and don’ts for Twarketing please check out Social Marketing Guru Jeremiah Owyang’s Blog or my previous post on Jeremiah’s best blog post about Twitter http://twarketing.com/2008/08/20/twarketing-jeremiah-owyang-twittercomjowyang/

This list was taken from the Fortune 500 of 2008

  1. Walmart
  2. Exxon Mobil
  3. Chevron (New) http://twitter.com/chevron_justinh
    (Recently I haven’t updated yet!)
    http://twitter.com/Chevron
  4. General Motors
    http://twitter.com/GMblogs
  5. ConocoPhillips (New) http://twitter.com/conocophillips
    (Recently I haven’t updated yet!)
    http://twitter.com/Conoco_Phillips
  6. General Electric
    http://twitter.com/GE_MarkMc
  7. Ford Motor
    http://twitter.com/FoMoCoNA
  8. Citigroup (Recently I haven’t updated yet!)
    http://twitter.com/citigroup
  9. Bank of America Corp.
  10. AT&T
    http://twitter.com/ATTNews
  11. Berkshire Hathaway
    http://twitter.com/warrenbuffett
  12. J.P. Morgan Chase & Co.
  13. American International Group
  14. Hewlett-Packard
    http://twitter.com/hpnews
    http://twitter.com/HP_BlogHer2008
  15. International Business Machines (IBM)
    http://twitter.com/ibmPulse
    http://twitter.com/ibmtivoli
    http://twitter.com/ibmSMB
  16. Valero Energy
  17. Verizon Communications
    http://twitter.com/VZWOffers (New) @VZWOffers
    http://twitter.com/vzwupdates
  18. McKesson
    (Recently I haven’t updated yet!)
    http://twitter.com/McKesson
  19. Cardinal Health
  20. Goldman Sachs Group
  21. Morgan Stanley
  22. Home Depot
    http://twitter.com/TheHomeDepot
  23. Procter & Gamble
  24. CVS Caremark
  25. UnitedHealth Group
    (Recently I haven’t updated yet!)
    http://twitter.com/UnitedHealthGrp
  26. Kroger
  27. Boeing
  28. AmerisourceBergen
  29. Costco Wholesale
  30. Merrill Lynch
  31. Target
  32. State Farm Insurance Cos.
    http://twitter.com/StateFarmIns
  33. WellPoint
  34. Dell
    http://twitter.com/DellOutlet
    http://twitter.com/RichardatDELL
    http://twitter.com/TeamDell
    http://twitter.com/Direct2Dell
    http://twitter.com/DellYourBlog
    http://twitter.com/DellSmBizOffers
  35. Johnson & Johnson
  36. Marathon Oil
  37. Lehman Brothers Holdings
  38. Wachovia Corp
    http://twitter.com/Wachovia
  39. United Technologies
  40. Walgreen
    (Recently I haven’t updated yet!)
    http://twitter.com/walgreen
  41. Wells Fargo
  42. Dow Chemical
  43. MetLife
  44. Microsoft
  45. Sears Holdings
  46. United Parcel Service (UPS)
  47. Pfizer
  48. Lowe’s
  49. Time Warner
    http://twitter.com/TimeWarnerCable
  50. Caterpillar
    http://twitter.com/caterpillarinc
  51. Medco Health Solutions
  52. Archer Daniels Midland
  53. Fannie Mae
  54. Freddie Mac
  55. Safeway
    (
    Recently I haven’t updated yet!)
    http://twitter.com/safeway
  56. Sunoco
    (
    Recently I haven’t updated yet!)
    http://twitter.com/Sunoco
  57. Lockheed Martin
  58. Sprint Nextel
    http://twitter.com/sprintnews
  59. PepsiCo
  60. Intel
    http://twitter.com/IntelSoftware
  61. Altria Group
  62. Supervalu
  63. Kraft Foods
  64. Allstate
    (
    Recently I haven’t updated yet!)
    http://twitter.com/allstate
  65. Motorola
    http://twitter.com/MotoDeals
  66. Best Buy
  67. Walt Disney
    http://twitter.com/wdwnews
    http://twitter.com/charney
  68. FedEx
    http://twitter.com/FederalExpress
  69. Ingram Micro
  70. Sysco
  71. CiscoSystems
    (Recently
    I haven’t updated yet!)
    http://twitter.com/CiscoSystems
  72. Johnson Controls
  73. Honeywell International
  74. Prudential Financial
  75. American Express
  76. Northrop Grumman
  77. Hess
  78. GMAC
  79. Comcast
    http://twitter.com/comcastdotnet
  80. Alcoa
    http://twitter.com/alcoa
  81. DuPont
  82. New York Life Insurance
  83. Coca-Cola
  84. News Corp.
  85. Aetna
  86. TIAA-CREF
  87. General Dynamics
  88. TysonFoods
    http://twitter.com/TysonFoods
  89. HCA
    http://twitter.com/acareerathca
  90. Enterprise GP Holdings
  91. Macy’s
  92. Delphi
  93. Travelers Cos.
  94. Liberty Mutual Insurance Group
  95. Hartford Financial Services
  96. Abbott Laboratories
  97. Washington Mutual
  98. Humana
  99. Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance
  100. 3M
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16 Responses to “Fortune 100 List Of Companies And Their Current Twitter Status”

  1. learyb Says:

    Nice list Jeff. Thanks for putting this together!

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  3. CarMaxChris Says:

    Hi, I am the social media PR guy at the CarMax home office in Richmond, VA. I have been on Twitter for awhile now as CarMaxChris. CarMax, a Fortune 500 company, adn one of the Fortune 2008 “100 Best Companuies to Work For,” is the nation's largest retailer of used cars. I invite everyone to follow me on twitter.

  4. JimBarry Says:

    The @MicrosoftVista feed looks faux. That is unless MS marketing has gone way off the reservation.

  5. JB Says:

    Hey Jim,

    After reading some of the Tweets I would have to agree with you. I will unlink that Twitter address from the list.

    Thanks again

  6. Busby SEO Says:

    I never know about twitter company. thank the list

  7. Learn Selling Says:

    Thanks for the list! wow, walmart is first!

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    thanks for the list!

  9. Quotes Says:

    Thanks for the interesting list, will be following most of the companies from now on, thanks once again.

    Chris

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    The insurance companies are on top!

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