Twitter New Year's Resolution: Curate Your Twitter Lists

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Twitter lists are a crucial resource for organizing the perhaps hundreds of people you follow on Twitter into categorized roundups for quick reference.

If you create a list, it can be private (just for you) or public (so that you can share it).

You can add anyone you like to a Twitter list, even without following them – but it’s best to include accounts that have something in common.

For example, there’s a Media Bistro blog network Twitter list, which basically means you get the day’s TV, local, social and other media news in real-time from our entire network on Twitter, without having to follow each blog one-by-one.

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