When your timeline is cluttered with hundreds of tweets a minute, how do you cut through the noise to identify your target audience and maintain meaningful interaction, which is the cornerstone of any effective twitter campaign, even as that audience becomes much too large to micro-manage?
Managing all your Twitter friends can be a real chore, if you let it get out of hand.
One great way of keeping track of things on Twitter is by organizing your friends by category and placing them into lists. Perhaps it’s best to think of a list as a ‘grouping’ or ‘group.’
The great thing about lists is that you don’t have to follow someone to put them in a list. This means you can keep track of all the people too prolific, or too specific, for your home feed.
To create a twitter list just open the drop-box on the right sidebar, and click “create new list.” Give the lists a name and select if the list will be public or private.