The El Show Episode 13 – Do Twitter Lists Matter?

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On episode 13, we discussed Twitter and its new Lists feature. Because there’s a lot of conjecture about the new Twitter Lists feature, Richard and I put on our professional hats and broke it down. Then we asked, why are we so obsessed with Twitter. We also had Google chatter. Here’s a breakdown:

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  • http://www.copywriteink.blogspot.com Rich Becker

    They don’t matter. Both Chris Brogan and Robert Scoble are wrong. They are both projecting how they might view and use lists while other people might use them differently. In fact, the only place they seem to matter is for anyone who ever developed some influence algorithm. Lists must be a nightmare for them. :)

    Anyway, as I said elsewhere, lists don’t make people influential; only actions and thoughts do.

    Love the sum up. I’ll certainly include it when I get around to writing about lists. :)

    All my best,
    Rich

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