Returned home from the Cultivate and Story Chicago conferences (more on those in a few days) and saw that Twitter Lists are now a reality. If you’re not familiar with Twitter, until now you just had a long list of friends. They weren’t divided into their areas of expertise or interest. But that has changed. Rather than write a long review, I thought I would just post a few reasons why these lists seem to be a good idea. If you haven’t seen them yet, click here to check out the lists that I’ve been added to or click here to see a list I am forming of those that are interested in Digital Disciples local gatherings. Would love to hear your thoughts as well!
A few thoughts on Twitter Lists:
- Let you quickly see what people think of you. You can’t hide from that, right?
- Like TweetDeck and other apps, they now let you focus within the chaos.
- Chances are you’ll find those you should be in contact with more quickly.
- I don’t see them replacing the hashtag for organized discussion
- Should be helpful in connecting those interested in your product / service together