I’ve been using Twitter for a few years now. However, Tweet Brander hasn’t. So here at Tweet Brander, we’re in the same boat when it comes to the need to gain Twitter followers. There’s never a need to rush, in my opinion. But it takes time and legwork.
Below is a short list of directories you can use to get your profile noticed, share information and interests and navigate content on Twitter like you’ve never seen.
If you put in the time and make your Twitter profile work for you by getting into various directories, you have a much better chance of gaining more followers with similar interests.
Here are a few directories worth checking out:[list style=”star”]
- First Issue. This is a directory of book publishers and others in the book trade who are using Twitter.
- GovTwit Directory. The GovTwit directory includes all facets of government on Twitter: state and local, federal, contractors, reporters, academics, judicial branch and more.
- Just Tweet It. A directory to find other Twitter users with the same interests.
- TweetFind. Free Twitter yellow and white pages directory. Created to help people find new twitters to follow and a place where people can add their own Twitter accounts to a Twitter directory for free.
- Twibs. The place to find businesses on Twitter.
- TwitterPacks. A site where the community recommends fellow Twitter users by topic of interest or geographical area.
- WeFollow. A user powered Twitter directory. It displays and categorizes Twitter users according to tags and lists users based on the number of followers they have.I’m sure you will now be able to find many new interesting people to follow or to get more followers by listing yourself in Twitter directories. If you know of any more Twitter directory sites let us know in the comment.
- Listorious. A great site now merging with journalist website Muck Rack. Listorious ‘lists’ you in sections pertaining to your interests. You can find a lot of great users with similar interests in a short amount of time. And they can find you.