Hootsuite, Twitter Lists, and Tweeps #MondayBlogs

Mae Clair is up today at Story Empire. She wrote a great post to help us all get more out of Twitter. Check it out.

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Hello, SEers! Mae here.

I think most of us are familiar with Twitter lists, but I’ve heard from a few people who aren’t using Twitter in conjunction with another program like Hootsuite or Tweetdeck, either of which make your tweeting life a lot easier. For the purpose of this post, I’m going to stick with my preferred platform, Hootsuite, but either will get the job done.

As a basic reminder, to create a Twitter list:
Open Twitter
Click your profile icon photo (upper right)
Select LISTS
Scroll down slightly and select CREATE LIST

In the pop up box you’re able to name your list, give it a brief description (i.e, mystery authors) and decide whether you want to make the list private or public. A private list can only be accessed by you. Making a list “public” allows other Tweeps to use it as well. A list can be as…

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10 responses to “Hootsuite, Twitter Lists, and Tweeps #MondayBlogs

  1. Excellent post by Mae. I’m inspired to set up Hootsuite.

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  2. I’m trying to cut back on social media, but maybe I just need to use it smarter. I’ll go check out Maes post.

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