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    July 6, 2011 // 6:00 PM

    13 Awesome Twitter Lists for Inbound Marketers to Follow

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    So you're an inbound marketer, and you probably follow everyone and their mother on Twitter. So how do you organize fun from fact in your stream? The use of Twitter Lists can help you segment a selection of users and their updates into their own, separate Twitter feeds, such as thought leaders, industry professionals, company employees, group members, and news sources.

    Twitter Lists are public lists that can be followed by anyone. The following 13 lists will keep you sane in the world of inbound marketing, specifically covering social media, email, SEM, and SEO from the big shots.


    internet-marketing twibes-internetmarketing mashable/marketing

    search-and-social digital-and-social-media email-marketing

    uk-seos social-media-divas

    social-media-smarties Mashable/social-media CMO seo-search-marketing


    Also, HubSpot highlights inbound marketing stars like Guy Kawasaki and Steve Garfield, and filters inbound marketing news from sources like SEOmoz, MarketingProfs and MarketingSherpa. And of course, follow what us HubSpotters are sharing about marketing... and what's on our minds outside of work.

    Which lists would you suggest?

    Topics: Inbound Marketing SEO Email Marketing Social Media

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