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Posts Tagged ‘lists’

HOWTO: Make Twitter Less Noisy

Twitter is a powerful tool for information curation and following the latest breaking stories – but it can get a bit noisy in there if you don’t know how to filter.

Here are a few tips and tricks to reduce the noise on your Twitter feed, so you can focus on the tweets that you care about most.
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Twitter Acquires List Management Company Bagcheck

Twitter has acquired the list-management company Bagcheck, and will add its founder, Sam Pullara (@SamPullara) to its engineering team.
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HOW TO Use A Twitter List To Follow Influencers

Lists are one of the most potentially powerful features of Twitter, but they’re not used to their full potential, largely because Twitter itself hasn’t maximized on this feature. However, this doesn’t mean you can’t harness Twitter lists to work for you.

Here’s how to use lists to monitor influencers in your niche, so you can stay on top of the news, trends, and topics that affect your brand.
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5 Surefire Ways to Manage your Tweets and Banish Twitter Overload

If you’re beyond the “Wow, I have three whole followers” stage and are now trying to keep up with an eternally-refreshing timeline full of thousands of updates a minute on Twitter, you might start feeling like you’re the Fail Whale – constantly facing the threat of Twitter overload. However, there are plenty of ways you can filter tweets and sift out the ones that are more clutter than content, so you can free yourself from being chained to an irrelevant timeline.
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Twitter Employees Use Lists… But Barely [INFOGRAPHIC]

Although I think lists are among the most (potentially) powerful feature of Twitter, it seems like its own employees aren’t too keen on them. A look at how Twitter’s employees use lists reveals some pretty interesting stats. For instance, just under half of their 500+ employees (44.09 percent) have never created their own Twitter list.
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Check Out Twitter’s “Hidden Feature”: Follow Recommendations

A new feature that has apparently been part of Twitter for some time but hadn’t made it to the mainstream until yesterday has just been unveiled, albeit a bit unceremoniously. “Follow Recommendations” allows you to build your own list of recommended accounts for new Twitter users to follow.
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3 Ways China’s Weibo Could Actually Compete with Twitter

Within China, Twitter is basically non-existent: people use Weibo, instead, a similar service previously available only in Chinese. On Monday, the Chinese company released an English translation of its iPhone app that has many wondering if it is planning to compete directly with Twitter in the future. Here is my take on what Weibo needs to do if it wants to stand a chance against the entrenched Twitter.
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5 Ways To Use Twitter To Find a Job


If you’re one of the millions of people actively searching for a new job, Twitter can be a useful resource to build and maintain connections to get your foot in the door.  The resources for job hunters are growing by the minute, but job seekers should be on their best tweeting behavior during this time of evaluation and analysis by potential employers.

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