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Generally speaking, US retailers seem to have adapted to Twitter more effectively than their UK counterparts, with some great examples of successful engagement with customers on the site.
Dell and Zappos are two firms that have often been given as examples, but there are plenty of others. For example, Threadless has managed to acquire an impressive 90,000 followers on Twitter by running competitions to design T-shirts.
I listed UK retailers on Twitter last week, and it was hard to get a list together, and many of the big names are missing. Creating a US list has been easier, but if I have missed any, let me know...
Amazon Deals: http://twitter.com/amazondeals
American Apparel: http://twitter.com/americanapparel
Best Buy: http://twitter.com/BestBuyCMO
Build a Bear: http://twitter.com/buildabear
Dell Outlet: http://twitter.com/DellOutlet
Dunkin' Donuts: http://twitter.com/dunkindonuts
Ford (Head of Social Media): http://twitter.com/scottmonty
TJ Maxx: http://twitter.com/tjmaxx
Urban Outfitters: http://twitter.com/UrbanOutfitters
Whole Foods Market: http://twitter.com/WholeFoods