Tag cloud provides an easy way to see something of how you are perceived on Twitter

At the end of the first post in this short series, late last week, on learning how Twitter lists work, I promised some information on getting a picture of how others see us on Twitter – as represented by the lists we are on.

This is made possible by the MustExist List Tags application, which makes a tag cloud from the names of lists which people have chosen to put you on.
List Tags cloud

Given that my main professional interests are in social media and coaching, I was pleased to see that represented, the former considerably more than the latter, in the the tag cloud.

This could be very useful not just for monitoring how our own brands are seen on Twitter – positively, neutrally or negatively – but also for clients.

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Des Walsh is an executive coach. He helps business owners and entrepreneurs worldwide deal effectively with the feeling of being left behind or overwhelmed, or both, about social media – especially LinkedIn - and how to engage safely and effectively with social media to help grow their business. Connect with Des on LinkedIn, Google+ and Twitter. And to stay in the loop, get Des’s weekly Social Business Bites (select snippets of his "best of the week" online finds).