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January 23, 2010 – Search Twitter List on Any Topic

Filed under: Twitter — Tags: — Neha @ 11:00 am

We have been reading volumes about the success story of Twitter. There are a gazillion start-ups seeing the light of the day and happily riding on the success of this hugely popular micro-blogging site. Here is one more very useful application for all those people who just can’t do without twitter, but are a little overwhelmed by the huge range of topics this little tweety bird has in its kitty.

Twitter recently released its long-awaited and much needed new feature called “Twitter lists” to filter down your search to just the topics which interest you. However, the onus is on you to manage that list effectively. This is where Beta.tlists saw opportunity and the result is up, running and ready for you to use. TLISTS allows you to look up the existing lists depending on the topic you enter in the search button. You can closely follow the list, apply to the list and even index the list in your own collection. You essentially need to have an account on twitter to be able to utilize these services.

Some noteworthy features of the utility are:

  • Create new lists with the help of the user interface of Tlists and Tweeter recommendations.
  • Publish lists into TLISTS discovery engine.
  • Manage lists with the support of real time TLISTS Dashboard

To cut the long story short, you can Launch, Curate and Distribute lists on this platform. The media companies would also soon be able to curate to the real time web on the site. Folks, start indexing and managing your own Twitter Lists and feel the difference!


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TLISTS is a platform for media businesses, advocacy organizations, research firms and subject-matter experts of all kinds to efficiently leverage Twitter Lists.

How Is Useful?

The website gets the huge early-bird advantage as its using the recently rolled out “Twitter List” feature and helps people in refining their Twitter Search.

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