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AllTwitterLister: 6 More Twitter Lists To Subscribe To

Twitter lists are one of the most powerful features of Twitter, enabling users to slice and dice the thousands of people they follow into digestible mini-directories.

You can create your own lists – either public or private – or capitalize on other tweeps’ listwork and follow a list they’ve made. Twitter lists are under-utilized in general, but specifically so in terms of finding and following others’ well-curated lists that could save you time in your Twitter reading and help you form new contacts and leads.

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AllTwitterLister: 6 Twitter Lists To Subscribe To

Twitter lists are one of the most powerful features of Twitter, enabling users to slice and dice the thousands of people they follow into digestible mini-directories.

You can create your own lists – either public or private – or capitalize on other tweeps’ listwork and follow a list they’ve made. Twitter lists are under-utilized in general, but specifically so in terms of finding and following others’ well-curated lists that could save you time in your Twitter reading and help you form new contacts and leads.

And now, thanks to Twitter amping up each user’s capacity to support up to 1,000 lists with a maximum of 5,000 accounts in each, the possibilities are endless.

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Heads Up, Power Tweeters: Twitter Now Supports 1,000 Lists With 5,000 Contacts

This just in: Twitter has announced that it’s updating its List feature, amping up each user’s capacity to support up to 1,000 lists with a maximum of 5,000 accounts in each.

Until now, Twitter has only allowed up to 20 lists per user account and each was limited to 500 usernames.

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AllTwitterLister: 6 Twitter Lists To Subscribe To

Twitter lists are one of the most powerful features of Twitter, enabling users to slice and dice the thousands of people they follow into digestible mini-directories.

You can create your own lists – either public or private – or capitalize on other tweeps’ listwork and follow a list they’ve made. Twitter lists are under-utilized in general, but specifically so in terms of finding and following others’ well-curated lists that could save you time in your Twitter reading and help you form new contacts and leads.

So we’ve launched a new AllTwitter post series called AllTwitterLister, highlighting notable Twitter lists that are worth your click of the “subscribe” button.

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One Less Way To Target Twitter Followers As Listorious Joins Muck Rack

In a move that brings to mind the song “don’t know what you’ve got till it’s gone,” Listorious is no more.

The self-curated Twitter list targeting tool, a favorite of many, has gone quietly into that good night – but there may be a light at the end of the tunnel.

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Create A Personalized Newspaper Using Your Twitter Stream

Ever get tagged in one of those “daily news” tweets? If you haven’t, you’ve likely seen them tweeted at someone else. You know, it says something like “Top stories for Something Daily from @you!”

If you ever wondered about making one yourself, we’re about to tell you how you can create your own “Tweeted Times” or whatever you decide to call it.

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AllTwitterLister: 6 Notable Twitter Lists Worth Subscribing To

Twitter lists are one of the most powerful features of Twitter, enabling users to slice and dice the thousands of people they follow into digestible mini-directories.

You can create your own lists – either public or private – or capitalize on other tweeps’ listwork and follow a list they’ve made. Twitter lists are under-utilized in general, but specifically so in terms of finding and following others’ well-curated lists that could save you time in your Twitter reading and help you form new contacts and leads.

So we’ve launched a new AllTwitter post series called AllTwitterLister, highlighting notable Twitter lists that are worth your click of the “subscribe” button.

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AllTwitterLister: A New Series Highlighting Notable Twitter Lists

Twitter lists are one of the most powerful features of Twitter, enabling users to slice and dice the thousands of people they follow into digestible mini-directories.

You can create your own lists – either public or private – or capitalize on other Twitterer’s listwork and follow a list they’ve made. Twitter lists are under-utilized in general, but specifically so in terms of finding and following others’ well-curated lists that could save you time in your Twitter reading and help you form new contacts and leads.

So we’re launching a new AllTwitter post series called AllTwitterLister, highlighting notable Twitter lists that are worth your click of the “follow” button.

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Twitter New Year’s Resolution: Curate Your Twitter Lists

Twitter lists are a crucial resource for organizing the perhaps hundreds of people you follow on Twitter into categorized roundups for quick reference.

If you create a list, it can be private (just for you) or public (so that you can share it).

You can add anyone you like to a Twitter list, even without following them – but it’s best to include accounts that have something in common.

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3 Essential Twitter Features You Might Be Missing Out On

Twitter takes some getting used to, but once you’ve trained yourself to stick within the 140-character limit and you understand an @mention and a retweet, you can navigate it pretty well. However, in order to get the most out of Twitter, you’ve got to go beyond your comfort zone a bit and experiment with some of the advanced – but essential – features the pros use. Here are three that you should know… but might not.
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