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Henry Ford (ca.Image via WikipediaThis is one of many upcoming posts about the changes occurring in the Automobile industry.

With all the buzz about change needed within the retail automotive business, there is more happening than people may realize.

One micro-trend I've noticed: Individuals and organizations reaching out to the public; Twitter is one creative method being used to build confidence, increase communication and simply listen to what consumers have to say.

The automobile industry needs some serious help. Here's my short list of the Top 11 people you should be following on Twitter. They're doing their part to bring about positive changes needed within the automobile industry.

  • MissMotorMouth | Bright, enthusiastic car fanatic with a passion for making great things happen in the car business.
  • TomWhitejr | Smart retail industry pro; customer focused & committed. You'll learn a thing or two following Tom.
  • BobinOregon | Bob clearly enjoys what he does - helping his customers find what they need; fresh views on the business.
  • PaulRushing | Curious about what's really going on behind the scenes in the car business? Paul will give you an earful...
  • DealerRefresh| Sharp, experienced industry pro clearly in-tune with the dealer community offering great perspective...
  • Teslamotors | Interesting tweets among a select few people; great topics discussed. And, I'm just a huge fan of the car.
  • ScottMonty | Automotive Social Media whiz from Ford. Definitely doing his part. Great all around content.
  • CarandDriver | If you love your car info, this is one of the best ways to stay current with industry news, pictures & videos.
  • MichaelBanovski | Entertaining and talented automotive writer/photographer/journalist.
  • AnneHaynes | Marketing consultant helping dealers be more effective with their online efforts. (Plus, she's really nice)
  • AuctionDirect | Yea, that's me. I'm the online guy for a fast growing retailer; trying to perfect the used car industry.

Who else can you add to this list?

The auto business needs major change. Its comforting to know that these people are pushing to make something happen. More are falling in line daily.

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