- Worldwide Rank #466,294
- Follower/Following Ratio 9.85
- Daily New Followers -1
Craig Bowman Twitter Stats
@craigab1 - Tracking Craig Bowman Twitter profile since September 25, 2008
#SocialProfit #Consultant: 30+ countries for @USAID. #Founder, #Futurist, #Entrepreneur, #Leadership Guru, Search Partner @EchoingGreen. #ChangeAgent.
Craig Bowman's story
Craig Bowman, also known as @craigab1 has a reasonably significant presence on Twitter and is ranked by us in the 40% percentile for account strength. Active on Twitter since April 2008, Craig Bowman made it to having an enviable 23,454 Twitter followers and to being ranked 466,294 for number of followers among all Twitter users.
Uh-oh... seems like someone has fallen asleep while on duty and is dropping in social relevance. The plot thickens when considering Craig Bowman's follower-to-following ratio, which is 9.85.
From a tweeting perspective, @craigab1 is a casual user, with an average of 6 tweet(s) per day in the past 30 days. That's pretty consistent with a total of 12,194 since @craigab1 joined Twitter.
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Craig Bowman Tweets
@craigab1 has posted 161 tweets in the last 30 days, which translates to an average of 6 tweets per day.
Craig Bowman Twitter Followers
@craigab1 has 23,454 followers on Twitter.
This account is #466,294 in the worldwide rank of the most popular Twitter users.
Craig Bowman Following on Twitter
@craigab1 is following 2,381 Twitter accounts.
Last month this account followed 4 users.
Craig Bowman Predictions & Milestones
@craigab1 will hit 23,384 followers in the next 3 months, and 23,171 in one year.
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For more than 20 years, Craig and his firm, Common Ground Consulting, LLC™ have been providing world-class consulting services for community-based, national, and international social profit organizations. As a leading social sector futurist, Craig has spent his career developing a philosophy of leadership that harnesses passion and trust as a bridge between human potential and social responsibility. He provides valuable communications, advocacy, management, conflict resolution and fund development training; offers executive-level one-on-one coaching and board development; addresses diversity and multicultural organizational development issues; teaches beginners and advanced courses in facilitation skills and curriculum development; leads strategic new media communications efforts; and specializes in the creation and implementation of community development programming strategies. Craig is a journalist by training and an expert in organizational assessment, development, management, communications and sustainability issues; and has provided on-site technical assistance and capacity building to social sector organizations in the U.S. and 30 countries abroad.
Craig’s efforts have largely centered on organizational development consulting and the design and delivery of high-quality, interactive, non-formal education and training. The majority of this work has focused on assisting communities, organizations and businesses in developing and implementing mission critical goals and the systems necessary for high productivity and the efficient use of resources. He is also an internationally-recognized expert on youth policy, youth development, mentoring, and youth health issues (particularly HIV/AIDS prevention). Both Craig and Common Ground have extensive experience in designing new media communications strategies and building what he calls web-based “participation platforms.” Craig has worked in 28 countries and is the policy advisor to the Developing Countries Delegation of the multi-billion dollar Global Fund.
Craig currently spends about 60% of his time providing civil society and NGO sector-development support to USG-funded projects around the world—primarily working in developing countries. In the United States, he has major contracts providing management consulting services to environmental and transportation-focused organizations, technical assistance to Department of Education-funded youth mentoring programs and countless AmeriCorps programs and works closely with a variety of other federal and non-federal programs.
His client portfolio includes more than 200 organizations, 25 foundations and consulting firms, government agencies, and students, faculty, and administrators from more than 225 colleges and universities in the United States and abroad. All of the high-quality, culturally-competent, interactive technical assistance interventions that he provides to clients are uniquely developed to meet specific goals and objectives. Whether the need is for a two-hour training module, a plenary speech, strategic planning, curriculum development, or social media and communications advice, each experience is developed using Common Ground’s state-of-the-art Strategic Design System™ guaranteeing that he will deliver on each group’s critical goals.