Twitter Lists are now officially available to all of Twitter's users. And there are plenty of them. While it remains to be seen whether Twitter Lists will help Twitter boost user engagement, Lists offer a no-hassle means to discovering and following people who you might find interesting.
Here are 30+ Twitter Lists that collectively follow more than 5,000 interesting Twitter accounts.
@stedavies' has compiled a list of more than 400 UK journalists who are using Twitter.
If you're interested in the latest tweets from people who run tech companies, @Scobleizer is tracking 180 tech executives on Twitter with this list.
Think you can't get enough social media? @susanbeebe's Social Media Smarties list follows over 400 social media-related Twitter accounts.
Follow the money on Twitter. This list from @TechCrunch keeps up with 3+ dozen venture capitalists.
@louisgray's list is perfect for those wanting to keep up with ~50 of the most prominent tech bloggers.
What's on your mind? You'll never have to ask that question when you follow this list created by @jayrosen_nyu.
If new business ventures and the people who run them are interesting to you, @latenitecoder has put together a list of nearly 500 entrepreneurs tweeting their experiences on Twitter.
It may not be the Hollywood A-list but Twitter's elite -- 'The Twitterati' -- are increasingly influential in some circles. Keeping up with them is easy thanks to this list by @BillHR.
Staying up to date with the latest SEO news and information is easy when you follow this list by @fantomaster.
What's going on in the London media scene? You won't have to ask again with @BenLaMothe's list of several dozen London media people.
Keeping on top of the latest PR & media happenings is easy thanks to @Zmichonski's list of 180+ PR & media Twitter accounts.
Looking to make money with domain names? @NameStew's list has over 200 people you should be following.
Follow 100+ web developer accounts with this list from @dvlprs.
Function and form go together, so if you're following 100+ web developer accounts, you might as well follow the 180+ web design accounts on @wwwdesigner's list.
200+ email marketing accounts are followed on @indiescott's list.
Celebrities are increasingly getting hip to social media and for many, Twitter has become a favorite platform for connecting with fans. Track over 200 celebrities on Twitter with this list from @celeb.
See how 300+ brands are using social media and Twitter by following @thesoursop's list.
@latenitecoder's affiliate marketers list follows 500 affiliate marketers on Twitter.
As the holidays approach, be sure to read what's new in the world of ecommerce with this list from @marciomgm.
Twitter has become an extremely popular medium with charities. Learn how they're utilizing Twitter by following 160+ of them via this list created by @HappySoul.
If mobile is your thing, be sure to check out this list from @sos100.
Love 'em or hate 'em, they're on Twitter. And this list from @SeanPCollins keeps a close eye on 130+ of them.
@kitson has compiled a list of 280+ CRM accounts.
Stay abreast of what's taking place in retail with @retailblog's list.
Measure what's going on with web analytics using this list by @bduverneuil.
One of the most publicized groups in the blogosphere is that of 'mommy bloggers'. Follow the space via @KatjaPresnal's list.
How are news outlets using Twitter? It's easy to find out with minimal noise thanks to @lieselm's list of 17 top news outlets.
Technology is changing the way governments around the world operate. Track the trend with @timoreilly's list.
Everything you need to know and more about the latest gadgets from @technabob's list of 60+ gadget-related accounts.
Print may be struggling, but it isn't dead. @mequoda's list of magazines on Twitter keeps up with 200+ of them.
What will Twitter come up with next? You might find clues by following the tweets of Twitter team members courtesy of @twitter's list.
If you've made it this far, I've saved the best for last. Be sure to follow all the tweeting members of the Econsultancy team with @Econsultancy's list.
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