This is an update I am really, ridiculously excited to share. Twitter has *finally* updated it’s retweet function to allow you to comment. Much like Hootsuite’s “edit” function, where you can add a note in front of the RT @username, Twitter now let’s you add a comment. Twitter users have been begging for this feature for ages. Now that this feature is available, we can celebrate! Woo hoo!
Private clubs are facing a fork in the road with member communication. Many clubs hold a firm and traditional belief that, “We are an exclusive club and what happens at our club is private.” Some clubs maintain a more progressive view of, “We need to better inform our members about club programs and benefits.” There is certain hesitation for many clubs to activate online and social media accounts, yet an understanding that the world is communicating online, including our members. It’s an internal struggle I often hear in conversation with club management.
Twitter lists are one of the most effective way to organize your followers and to find content to share across all of your social channels. Twitter lists are incredibly easy to create, but will require a bit of time to sort out if you already have a healthy following. In this week’s video I show you how I’ve built my Twitter lists and how I use them to stay on top of my contacts and Twitter.