Sheryl Sandberg — Facebook’s chief operating officer and only female board member — posts both personal and work-related news updates to her public news feed, so now you can find out what she does when she leaves the office to be with family.
Star Trek actor George Takei loves social media, and social media loves him — he has nearly 3 million followers on Facebook alone. Takei posts cat memes, quirky viral content and the latest news about gay rights. His updates will surely have you talking.
Huffington Post founder Arianna Huffington is quite active on Facebook, alerting her followers to breaking news, polls and behind-the-scenes pictures of her life in the media spotlight. Plus, she hosts live chats on the social network.
Sean Parker (center) is the current director at Spotify and a Facebook co-founder (also known as Justin Timberlake’s character in The Social Network). His posts range from pictures of him hanging out with celebrities to news stories about the economy.
Ryan Seacrest — dubbed the busiest man in Hollywood — has his hands in everything these days, so it should come as no surprise that he’s all over Facebook, as well. Following his lifestyle on the site is a fun trip, but we’d be lying if we didn’t say it makes us tired, too.
Diane Sawyer takes her Facebook subscribers along with her as she tackles some of the biggest news stories in the country, such as the recent shooting massacre in Aurora, Colo. and the Republican National Convention.
CBS associate producer Miles Doran is always on-the-go — his updates have taken subscribers deep into Kentucky’s tornado country, front row at space shuttle launches and inside Puerto Rico’s drug and weapons trafficking industry.
The New York Times veteran journalist and two-time Pulitzer Prize winner Nicholas Kristof is a must-follow on Facebook. Not only does he post news updates and analysis on the latest trends; he also engages with his fans and readers daily. Kristof told Mashable in January “that every Facebook subscriber is worth four Twitter followers.”
Facebook co-founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg would be doing the site an injustice by not updating his page regularly. You never really know what to expect from his updates, either.
In fact, when he recently posted a message about his favorite new app, iGrill, which helps keep track of food temperatures when cooking, it crashed the product’s servers and completely changed the company in minutes. (Sales for the iGrill thermometer and the app have since skyrocketed.)