A while back, previous mySEOblog author Kirin Knapp mentioned in her SEO Toolbox post about Twellow (the Twitter yellow pages), and I would like to dedicate this post to elaborating on this quality service as a webmaster and search tool.

If you are a Twitter user and are heavily involved in the 140-character microblogging service, you will know that the service has great potential in a business situation, especially with receiving updates from fellow Twitter users with news and trends relating to the business market that you are in. With this in mind, the creators of WebProNews (a sister site to mySEOblog) have created a website that is called Twellow, which allows you to find other Twitter related users in niches that interest you.

On Twellow, all of the Twitter users within this directory are sorted by up to 3,000 relevant categories and subcategories, and I have provided a few of the unique categories that this quality directory includes below:

Active Twitter users can also register an account on Twellow to modify the various tiers of their listing so that users can find their Twellow account with ease by altering the description, adding an extended bio description (which you can use HTML with), and including other social links from around the web that you utilize. This can be performed in Twellow‘s custom-made profile editor after the specific account has been successfully registered.

Please be sure to leave any feedback or opinions about Twellow in this post’s comments section provided below. The Twellow directory is a great service for finding niche-specific users to receive updates about what is happening from other professionals in your marketplace.