If you spend any time at all on Twitter, you’ll eventually run into this problem: It’s overwhelming.
A person can easily be consumed by constantly scanning the scroll of a Twitter feed, gobbling up each 140-character tweet, and clicking to see what others are linking to.
You can’t possibly read it all, of course. “I’m often asked how I follow 2,900 people on Twitter,” Jon Worth writes on his blog.
“Sorry ... but I don’t read all your tweets. Nor does anyone who follows a lot of people.”
For some people, the issue is moot. Many financial firms, like Morgan Stanley, and other businesses in regulated industries, monitor communication so tightly that employees are typically blocked from using social media sites like Twitter.
For those who are allowed, or even encouraged, to make use of Twitter for business, the solution is Twitter lists.
Lists allow you to organize the people you follow on Twitter into groups. That way, you can...(register to read more)