I am a lists person, I love making lists – some would say it was an obsession…
It’s a common trait that a fellow Aries will instantly recognize. So I can’t wait to share with you my new favourite list for 2012 – it’s Lists on Twitter – and it has become the crème de la crème of my social media tools.
There are so many reasons why I love this – it keeps all my favourite Twitter users in one place, gives me easy access, saves time, cuts out out all the noise on Twitter I don’t want and it gets me to where I want to be – instantly.
Lists on Twitter is the most incredibly helpful tool in many ways and once you start using it – you will wonder how you ever got on without it.
As we all know Twitter is a microblogging service and it has become a social media phenomenon with more than 250 million users.
Twitter is changing the way we communicate! It has rocketed into the mainstream and has vastly modernized the way customers view products and brands, so there is no need to reiterate here the power of this social media giant.
To get to know your way around Twitter and leverage it’s power for your business is not only smart, but to be quite honest – imperative! There is no doubt about it, Twitter is here to stay. By implementing great Twitter techniques like Lists you can really start to recognize and measure Twitter’s impact and value.
Let’s talk about Twitter lists – you will see how easy this feature is to use.
Twitter gives you the capacity to create up to 20 lists and to follow as many lists as you want that others have created. As an example, you could put your friends in one list, your closest collaborators in another, your social media favourites in another, your gardening friends in one, your best bloggers in another and so on…
The Lists feature enables you to compile a list featuring all your favourite Twitter users. The really cool thing is once you have got your lists established it will provide you with a huge amount of information right at your fingertips for you to read and share. Just by creating lists you have freed up the time you would have spent hunting around for valuable information from blogs and publications online.
It’s this easy: