Best in Social Media: 2020

From the precious pet accounts to popular podcasts, Phoenicians know the who’s who and what’s what on the web. Here’s a list of the Valley’s leading favorites for social media.

These are AZ Foothills Best of Our Valley 2020 contest winners. Winners will be featured in the April 2020 issue of Arizona Foothills Magazine, a tell-all guide to the best people and places in the Valley of the Sun, as chosen by its residents.

As a special thanks to the winners and those who helped them attain their Best Of status, a celebratory bash will be held in May 2020. Stay tuned for details on the fabulous fete!

Winners, download your 2020 Winners logo here and reserve space in the annual Collectors Edition here.


Best Arizona Sorority Instagram: ASU Alpha Phi, @asualphaphi

Best Fashion Feed on Instagram: Samuel Anthony Harwit, @samuelanthony

Best Fitness Instagram: Evan Fertig, @diphysique

Best Food Feed on Instagram: Kyndra Claire, @kyndraskitchen

Best Hair Feed on Instagram: Mallory Jade, @malloryje

Best Home/Design Instagram: Lexi Westergard Design, @lexiwestergard_design

Best Makeup Feed on Instagram: Nicole Tanneberg, @nicoletanneberg

Best Pet Instagram: Arizona Animal Welfare League, @aawlspca

Best Podcast: Abby Zufelt, Working Girl Talk

Best Travel/Adventure Instagram: Matt Wilczek, @mattwilczekphotography

Best YouTube Channel: Nicole Tanneberg

Cutest Kids Instagram: Honnor, @honnormarie

Most #MCM Worthy Instagram: Michael Franco, @_michaelfranco_

Most #WCW Worthy Instagram: Nicole Tanneberg, @nicoletanneberg

Most Motivational Instagram: Herbal Dynamics Beauty, @herbaldynamicsbeauty

AFM Fave Best Branded Instagram: The Mayfair Group, @themayfairgroup

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