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To Music Travel WordPress Jobs Games Google Bu News Channels Twitter YouTube Facebook Google MySpace Video iPhone Firefox Blo Advertise Jobs Contact Partners Network Spark of Genius Series Blippr Summer of Social Good Follow Followformation: Quickly Follow Dozens of Categorized Twitter Users July 14th, 2009 | by Jennifer Van Grove 21 Comments Twitter RSS New and existing Twitter users alike want 1071k Twitter Follower 255 to find interesting people to follow. We’ve tweets More Subsc created our own useful lists — 100+ musicians, retweet 40 best brands, 26 charities, 75 environmentalists — and there’s a smattering of Twitter directories, but Followformation launches today to provide a better way to help you follow top Twitterers. Followformation is pretty simple to use and understand. Twitter users are broken up into categories of interest like celebrity, writer, NBA, or travel, which you can select to find new people to follow. Should you check the preview box, you can even hover over category names to see individual users. Then you can select to follow the top 10 – 50 from each category, add your Twitter login credentials, and click follow to automatically follow new people.
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NEWS TIPLINE: idea Email FollowFormation BY CHRIS DANNEN Tue Jul 28, 2009 at 11:31 AM This morning we reported that nearly 70% of adult Americans are clueless about Twitter. Here's one new tool that can help them out. FollowFormation is a free service launched last week by an 18-year-old entrepreneur named Brian Wong. Brian zipped his way through an undergrad business degree and promptly created a service that he says will help users find and follow top users according to their interests. "For new users, finding who to follow can be intimidating," he says. In the first few days of service, FollowFormation gained about 25,000 users, and the number C is rising. I
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