By Tavia Burden
By Tavia Burden
Every business owner already knows that the internet is a great way to find and impress new customers and capture additional market share. Savvy small business owners already know that a basic website is a necessity of doing business these days, and when paired with a blog, the overall effectiveness of the site is increased.
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My son is a huge fan of Chipotle. If we ever go to Chipotle, he remembers all the details. So if we go after, say, a trip to a hardware store, and then — months later — I notice that we need something from a hardware store, he'll say, "Let's go! And then we can stop by Chipotle on the way home!"
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I've made no secret about the fact that I have an unhealthy obsession with Twitter in the office. It's an incredibly useful tool that has cut down on me jumping from site to site to site to find useful information for my personal and professional life.
If you've used Twitter for awhile and casually start following accounts, you quickly realize that you can't keep up with the stream. And once you get up to following >1,000 accounts Twitter starts to become overwhelming.
Fortunately, one of Twitter's features that doesn't get enough love are their lists. Twitter lists are the best way to cut down on a feed that becomes increasingly overwhelming. For even more reasons why Twitter lists rock, check out Violeta Nedkova's blog post singing its praises.
But here's the most frustrating thing. After reading yet another listicle article like this: "8 Great Marketing Blogs You Probably Don't Follow (But Should)" I NEVER see a corresponding Twitter list that compiles these "best of" blogs or Twitter accounts articles.
So, I've gone ahead and created a Twitter list with these "best of" Twitter accounts, blogs, and content marketing thought leaders, the works really. I'm constantly updating it as well with new accounts (for example, I just added the blogs referenced in the aforementioned article).
If you want to get all the best content marketing articles from leaders in the industry, you can subscribe to the list here.