So the big news in the social sphere are Twitter lists. For an explanation from the company, check out the Twitter blog
. For (too much) information on how to use Twitter lists, swing by Mashable
I've been playing around with Twitter lists the last few days and thus far I really like them. It's a helpful way to organize people I want to follow, especially since the 2,300+ I follow is a bit unwieldy. It's also been another way to find interesting people to follow.
Never one to just lurk, I thought I'd create some lists of my own. Here are my first two efforts:
. My primary reason for starting this blog was to help people (like myself) better understand how to communicate sustainability. This list is of people who have similar interests. They are communicators in green companies, experts on green marketing, agencies that focus on sustainability and more. Many of the people on this list are also bloggers in my Green Communications Bundle
. These are the people who write the stories that help shape public opinions about the environment. Many are members of the Society of Environmental Journalists
. Prominent green bloggers also made the list.
Let me know what you think or if I missed anyone who should be on the lists. Also let me know if you see any other lists that are similar.
Labels: communications, green, public relations, twitter