November 2009

DigComm just launched http://c…

DigComm just launched http://cmp.ly,
with the new FTC guidelines for endorsements. Includes a simple format for disclosures.

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@garyvee Where are you present…

@garyvee Where are you presenting in Denver? I’d love to be there.

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iDiazBlog Twitter lists are go…

iDiazBlog Twitter lists are going to be a MUST HAVE: Twitter lists will be another way to have searcha.. http://bit.ly/Vn7P8

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Twitter lists are going to be …

Twitter lists are going to be a MUST HAVE! http://bit.ly/Vn7P8

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Twitter lists are going to be a MUST HAVE

If you have logged on to Twitter lately, then you may know that Twitter lists are in beta and launching in prime time soon. One of the first questions people ask me about Twitter is, “how do I organize all that information?” There are many fantastic tools now for organizing that are hosted independently from Twitter. Now Twitter has created a lists feature to let you categorize your tweets.

Just go to the list function and create a new list. Give it a searchable or logical name. I create one called @lisadiaz/alldenver

Everyone I follow who is in Denver is on that list. I’ll be adding more. Various marketing categories, and some personal categories, like my favorite cycling twitterati.

Twitter lists will be another way to have searchable content and to search for content. I believe they just went live in beta November 1.

Also check out the TLists API that is coming soon! It features quick list creation, a dashboard for monitoring and a simple distribution tool.

I’m excited to see how this vettes out and how it impacts our Tweet life!

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I’m curious! LD RT @twitter Sp…

I’m curious! LD RT @twitter Spooky things will happen when you use #trick or #treat in your tweet today.

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