Master The Use Of Twitter Lists
Build Lists That Have A Specific Narrow Focus And Alert Members Of Your Lists To Relevant Quality Content
Ok. Let’s start with a short list of the benefits of taking advantage of Twitter Lists.
- Build relationships
- Grow your authority status
- Increase retweets of quality content
- Ease of following tweets of list members
- Improved social media productivity
- The public can subscribe to a list
- Build private lists
- Never run out of relevant quality content to share
How To Set Up A Twitter List
Simple and easy to do.
-1- Log in and click on “Lists” from the top menu of your Twitter account.
-2- In the right column you will see a graphic like the one below:
-3- When you click on the “Create a new list” link, the following will pop up:
The list name you enter should be specific and definitive.
You can add some marketing zing in the description.
Notice that you can make your list public or private.
Save your list. So easy, so simple!
How To Add New List Members
When you access the profile page of a member you want to add to a particular list, look for the symbol below:
Click the gear symbol to the left of “Following” and then click on “Add or remove from lists…”
Your lists will popup and look like this:
Just click the appropriate box to add the member.
When you are on your own Twitter profile page, click on “Lists” from the top menu.
Your list inventory will show up and click on the list title. Record the list url such as the one below.
Take the urls of your Twitter lists and promote through PingFarm ==>> Ping the urls once per week.
Once you have your lists set up you can nourish these benefits.
It’s easy to locate relevant quality content to retweet simply by following the tweet streams of your lists.
Suggest in a tweet that individuals subscribe to your list, include list url.
Be sure to have a “Retweeted” list of those who have retweeted your content
Visit the blogs/websites of those who retweet your content and comment on their quality posts.
Grow your authority status
Publicize your lists, tweet and promote the list urls
Improved social media productivity
Use a free tool like Tweet Jukebox to automate tweets.
See how to include individual Twitter IDs in your tweets with this post: Increase Twitter Retweets, Mentions, And Likes With This Simple Technique
Build private lists
Probably you should keep your “Retweeted” list private
Do you have any other ways to use or benefit from Twitter lists?? If so, indicate them in the comments below.
This post was originally published in http://trafficnymphomaniac.com/how-to-use-twitter-lists-to-build-productive-online-relationships/ by Robert A Kearse