Understanding Twitter Lists


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Understanding Twitter Lists

  1. 1. www.businesstrainingmadesimple.co.uk 0207 6085525 part of The Made Simple Group Twitter Lists – How to follow your opponents without them knowing Market-leading Social Media and Search Marketing Training * Authors & Award-winning Trainers / Affordable - unrivalled value
  2. 2. What we’ll cover 1. What are Twitter Lists? 2. How to Create Twitter Lists 3. The Power of the Private List 4. Recent Changes to Twitter Lists 5. Using Lists to Help you Target People www.businesstrainingmadesimple.co.uk
  3. 3. Over time your followers grow and your feed becomes cluttered www.businesstrainingmadesimple.co.uk
  4. 4. What are Twitter Lists good for: • Organise your followers • Focus on people or topics that you are interested in • Watch specific groups of people • Stay on top of a specific area of interest www.businesstrainingmadesimple.co.uk
  5. 5. What are Twitter Lists and where do you see them? www.businesstrainingmadesimple.co.uk
  6. 6. Subscribed to / Member of / Create your own List 1. Lists you are subscribed to or your own lists 2. Publically available lists you have been put into 3. Create your own list – private or public www.businesstrainingmadesimple.co.uk
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  9. 9. Create your own List www.businesstrainingmadesimple.co.uk
  10. 10. Search for username, first or last name, business, brand, or keywords www.businesstrainingmadesimple.co.uk
  11. 11. Add or remove from lists www.businesstrainingmadesimple.co.uk
  12. 12. Select which list you want to add them to www.businesstrainingmadesimple.co.uk
  13. 13. Adding Followers to Lists 1. Add them one by one 2. Use an App such as TwitlistManager www.twitlistmanager.com www.businesstrainingmadesimple.co.uk
  14. 14. List Watching www.businesstrainingmadesimple.co.uk
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  16. 16. Recent Changes to Twitter Lists 1. List names cannot exceed 25 characters 2. List names cannot begin with a numerical character www.businesstrainingmadesimple.co.uk
  17. 17. Benefit from any other user’s hard work • When a public list has been created, anyone can follow it • Check out any key influencers that follow you and view their lists • You may find that someone else has done all the hard work for you www.businesstrainingmadesimple.co.uk
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  19. 19. Stream your lists into Hootsuite www.businesstrainingmadesimple.co.uk
  20. 20. What now? • See if you have been added to any lists • Think about your followers and if it’s relevant to categorise them • Create lists that are purposeful – and then add relevant people to them • Review other people’s lists and search for relevant lists to subscribe to – or that contain people you want to follow • If relevant set up a private list – say for watching competitors • Come on BTMS Twitter Strategy Training Course to skill up on Twitter • Buy – The Business of Business Social – for more practical tips and insight. www.businesstrainingmadesimple.co.uk
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