Learning Twitter can be overwhelming. But, as with any task, breaking it down into smaller parts helps considerably. This is the final lesson of my ten-part series.
In less than five minutes, I show you how to use Hootsuite with your lists. (I use Hootsuite Pro and this is my affiliate link.)
What you need:
- Twitter Lists
- Twitter Client
About Twitter Lists
You create and edit lists on Twitter. Think of parallel industries, keywords, geolocation, and/or categories and topics.
Lists can be public or private. The names of your public list are visible and users can subscribe to your public lists. When you list someone, they are notified of the list you added them to. Be careful how you name them. I recommend using keyword-type names. I don’t use private lists. I have more detail on the how and why of lists in this blog post.
More: Twitter Help Center: Using Twitter Lists
About Twitter Clients
A Twitter client allows you to do more with Twitter. You can use any kind of Twitter Client like TweetDeck, but I prefer HootsuitePro because the columns you setup are the same on desktop or mobile. Once your lists are created, you can import the feed in a column, to make it easier.
For In-Depth Tutorials See:
Don’t forget to have fun!