Hootsuite, Twitter Lists, and Tweeps #MondayBlogs

I have a post up at Story Empire today that a lot of readers are finding helpful. If you’ve ever wondered how to use Twitter, Twitter Lists and Keywords in conjunction with Hootsuite, pop on over and give it a looksee. You might find something of value 🙂

Story Empire

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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7 thoughts on “Hootsuite, Twitter Lists, and Tweeps #MondayBlogs

  1. Thanks for reblogging this one, Mae. I plan to read your original post thoroughly. I’m a bit under the weather today (nothings serious), so I’m running even slower than usual. But I WILL get to it soon, and will share from there.

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    • Marcia, feel better. There is so much crap going around right now I feel like I need o retreat into a bubble. They’re dropping like flies on my day job. Fortunately I think I already had my stint back in December. Drink tea and cuddle with the critters {{hugs}}

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    • It’s actually pretty easy, Mary once you dive in. You can start slow with 1 or 2 lists and just a few members on each. You’ll be surprised at how quickly you catch on.

      Thanks for checking it out. If I can help in any way or answer questions, I’m at maeclair (at) maeclair (dot) com 😀

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