Twitter recently debuted it’s new Lists feature. According to Mashable:
Twitter lists is a new way to organize the people you’re following on Twitter, or find new people. In actuality, though, Twitter Lists are Twitter’s long awaited “groups” feature. They offer a way for you to bunch together other users on Twitter into groups so that you can get an overview of what they’re up to.
Lists makes Twitter easier to use and engage with. It gives you the ability to follow a topic or group of interesting people, without the need to follow each of them. I think Twitter Lists could have a profound effect on the way people and businesses use Twitter. Here are some links to help you better understand what lists are, how to use them, and some of the implications.
This is a great article by Mashable discussing what Twitter Lists are and how to use them – HOW TO: Use Twitter Lists
For those that want a thorough description and evaluation of Twitter lists, check out the blog at Pistachio. The author co-wrote the Twitter for Dummies guide. She is doing a 3 part series on Twitter Lists. Here are the first 2 parts of the series (the third has not been released as of this post) – Part 1: What Are Twitter Lists, Part 2: Twitter Lists: Developers and Applications
- A Reputation Tool
- A People Discovery Tool
- A Content Aggregation Tool
- A Corporate Identity Tool
- A Mob Power Tool
- A Crowd-Sourced Targeting Tool
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