11 Salesforce MVPs / Bloggers you need to Follow.

Learners never stop and never stop learning. They thrive to make things happen by educating the world around them.


The Salesforce MVP Program runs twice a year to acknowledge those who’ve made outstanding contributions and proven their commitment to bettering the wider community. Alongside this year’s MVPs, we have compiled a list of Salesforce bloggers and experts we consistently see add value to the online Salesforce community.

Bookmark their blogs, follow them on twitter and spread the word about these committed Salesforce influencers!

We’re excited to welcome 28 new Salesforce MVPs and welcome back 102 re-awarded MVPs to the MVP ohana today! We’re also thrilled to announce 10 new inductees into the MVP hall of fame.

Our Recommended Salesforce Bloggers


David Lu (@dvdkliu)




Jitendra Jaa (@jitendrazaa)



Sonal chaudhary (sonal.chaudhary68@gmail.com )




Rakesh Gupta – India




Rakesh is a multiple time MVP, evangelist, and trainer. His blog, automation champion, is a useful tool for admins and developers alike. With frequent guest posts as well as personal insights, it’s a crucial tool in anyone’s Salesforce belt.


Brent Downey – US



Brent’s blog, admin hero, is something of a fixture in the Salesforce world. He focuses on providing insight for other admins after picking up a trick or two on his own journey. Brent’s zero to hero program is an amazing guide through resources to help kick start anyone’s journey to professional administrator.

Elena Iñurrategui – Canada



Salesforce MVP, certified force.com developer and administrator with more than 11 years of experience conducting full lifecycle Salesforce implementations in over 100 non-profit and 10 for-profit organizations.

Emily Hay- Australia



I’ve been working with Salesforce products for ~8 years, including as an admin, declarative developer, ba and pm. I’m also helping to grow the local Brisbane Salesforce community through founding and co-leading the Salesforce women in tech community group locally since March 2015, as well as co-founding and running the Brisbane down under dreaming conference annually from 2016.

Christian Szandor Knapp




Louise Lockie – London



Salesforce first entered my world in late 2012 and after a bumpy first year (professional edition !), we soon became firm friends and i haven’t looked back since. I manage a single org which is part way through being rolled out to 30 separate divisions of our plc. The challenges are endless but my days are never boring.


Sadahiro Suzuki – Japan




Jan Vandevelde – Belgium



Multi-certified senior Salesforce consultant at 4c, a European Salesforce platinum partner (www.weare4c.com). Working with Salesforce since 2009 this #hacker_astro is an enthusiastic problem solver with a “can do” mentality and has a passion for sales, marketing, CPQ & billing. Belgium user group leader, Salesforce MVP & trailblazer community advocate. My blazing hobby = Salesforce!


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