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#Tip: Make lists social and collaborative with Listly

March 26th, 2013 | No Comments | Posted by in Top tips for journalists
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By Melissa Marques on Flickr. Some rights reserved.

Journalists can use Listly to create lists which not only enable social interactions after they have been published, such as comments or social sharing, but also encourage community engagement with the building of the list itself. We reported on Listly recently, here is more information.

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#Tip of the day for journalists: Using lists on Twitter

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In a post on Poynter, Nina Diamond outlines 8 tips for using lists on Twitter, from creating a list through to combining lists and other maintenance advice. She also shares her 20 Twitter lists as examples.

If you have a tip you would like to submit to us at Journalism.co.uk email us using this link.

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Journalism.co.uk’s top five journalism bloggers and tweeters in 2010

There are hundreds of people around the UK who are a dab hand at covering the world of media on their blogs and on twitter, and so it has been a difficult task drawing up lists of our personal favourites. But we have done some list-whittling and each present our five favourite bloggers and five favourite tweeters.

Please add your own in the comments below, or via Twitter to @journalismnews.

Our top five journalism blogs and tweeters of 2010

As chosen by John Thompson, founder, Journalism.co.uk:

Best blogs:

Nieman Lab
10,000 words
Virtual Economics
The Media Blog
Wannabe Hacks – for the initiative shown

Best on Twitter:

@malcolmcoles, @currybet, @psmith, @joshhalliday, @suellewellyn





As chosen by Laura Oliver, editor, Journalism.co.uk:

Best blogs:

Currybet – Martin Belam
Headlines and Deadlines – Alison Gow
David Higgerson
Ed Walker
Feverbee

Best on Twitter:

@psmith, @joshhalliday, @gdnlocal, @sashers, @fieldproducer






Special mentions for their recent WikiLeaks twitter coverage: @aleximostrous, @fieldproducer, @newsbrooke. And for tweeting about being shot during Thailand’s Red Shirt protests: @andrewbuncombe






As chosen by Joel Gunter, sub-editor, Journalism.co.uk:

Best blogs:

Currybet – Martin Belam
After Deadline – New York Times
Pressthink – Jay Rosen
Headlines and Deadlines – Alison Gow
Malcolm Coles

Best on Twitter:

@sashers – for her formidable live tweeting
@aleximostrous – for his Twitter WikiLeaks coverage
@substuff – for hilarious insights into the world of consumer magazine subbing
@guardianstyle – for running an on-demand style guide on Twitter
@wannabehacks – just missed the blog category but deserve a mention for hard graft and good content






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