Twitter List Manager: Follow anonymously, track hashtags, and more!

What is a Twitter list?

A Twitter list is a collection of Twitter accounts hand-picked by you or other Twitter users. Twitter users may make their own lists or subscribe to those published by others. When you view a Twitter list timeline, Twitter will only display the tweets from the specified accounts you added to the list.

What is the purpose of Twitter list management?

If you know the ways for proper Twitter list management, you can create meaningful resources for your business and audience. Here are some ideas to use Twitter lists to enhance your business.

#1 Get updates from your industry

Let’s say that you are in the fashion industry. By creating a dedicated Twitter list with fashion bloggers, industry leaders, and new sources using the ultimate Twitter list manager of Circleboom Twitter, you can get instant updates from your industry without noisy distractions in your crowded timeline.

#2 Follow your competitors

Understandably, you don’t want to follow your competitors on Twitter directly as they will receive a notification about your action. So, does this mean that you need to visit their Twitter page every day to keep up with their novelties?

#3 Get consumer insights

Knowing your target audience is one of the critical factors of success. It is nearly impossible to build an effective marketing strategy if you don’t have any information about their lifestyles, preferences, needs, and desires.

#4 Create a resource library

Another way to boost your presence on social media is to become an industry thought leader by establishing yourself as a reliable source of information. And putting together a Twitter resource library with a Twitter list manager is a terrific way to get started.

How to create great Twitter Lists with Circleboom?

Circleboom’s Twitter list manager offers you different ways to create Twitter lists. You can export your following and friends lists to Circleboom Twitter and create a Twitter list by picking the accounts you want to add from your following and friends lists.

1) Search new peers considering their bio, location, language, or even follower/following numbers

Circleboom’s Smart Search tool also enables you to locate the relevant profiles depending on the places you’re looking for if you demand a location-based search.

2) Track hashtags and Keywords and find peers to follow

You can run both a Twitter hashtag search and a Twitter keyword search in a few simple steps, as shown below:

3) Search for someone else’s followers and friends

Instead of looking for a needle in a haystack, this method can help you find your target audience more effortlessly. If this sounds appealing to you, you can follow the guide below to expand your circle with Circleboom’s Twitter list manager.

4) Check for who’s not following you back

A good following/follower ratio can help you have a more appealing Twitter account. This is one of the first criteria for many Twitter users while deciding whether to follow or not follow the account.

5) Check who you follow back or who you don’t

Let’s start with creating a Twitter list from your existing followings and followers with Circleboom’s Twitter list manager.

6) List your verified Twitter accounts and follow them through Twitter Lists

Besides our personal connections, we all follow celebrities, thought leaders, influencers, and brands on Twitter which are generally verified accounts. You may follow these accounts to get updates from the industry, keep up with the novelties or obtain reliable, up-to-date information.

7) Categorize your following list by their language and make lists for each

If you are a multilingual person, there is a great chance that you follow Twitter accounts using different languages. Maybe you want to keep up with another region’s news for your business purposes, or you have international friends.

Final Thoughts

Here is the fact that nobody can object to: Twitter is a crowded place. So, it can be hard to keep up with everything on your timeline. Fortunately, with Twitter lists, you can organize your circle on Twitter and ensure that you don’t miss anything important.




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Dianne B. Zee

Dianne B. Zee

Computer Scientist on the way! Grad student @MIT I find meaning in Math, Artificial Intelligence, Philosophy, and Cinema

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