Do you love a good Twitter list?
In December 2009, Twitter introduced the lists feature, have you used it yet?
A list is a curated group of Twitter users. You can create your own lists or subscribe to lists created by others. Viewing a list timeline will show you a stream of Tweets from only the users on that list.Note: Lists are used for reading Tweets only. You cannot send or direct a Tweet to members of a list, for only those list members to see.
When creating a list, you get make the selection of either allowing the list to be public or private. Adding a Twitter user to a public list will notify them of this, and allow other people to subscribe to that list, these are visable on your profile page. A private list will not notify the user of the activity, nor will other Twitter users be able to subscribe.
Which type of list should you use?
When you dig a little deeper into the list to see the members of the local EA officers, the contacts can be seen in a consise manner
If you haven’t found any juicy Twitter lists to follow just yet, try these out.
If you’ve a veteran listifier on Twitter, what’s been the most effective use for you? If you’re still to subscribe or create lists, can you see a use for them?