Twitter's adding a follow button to websites, giving users direct access to the accounts of their favourite celebrities, politicians, athletes, media personalities etc. The idea is that there are certain websites users visit everyday and adding a “follow” button next to Facebook's “Like” button on those pages will prompt users to discover and instantly follow certain Twitter accounts.
If you want to follow Jennifer Lopez…
More than 50 sites have partnered up with Twitter to add the Follow Button already. These include:
AOL.com, About.me, All Time Low, Justin Bieber, bnet.com, Britney Spears, CBS Interactive, CBS News, cbs.com, cbssports.com, chow.com, cnet.com, CNNMoney, Condé Nast, EL PAÍS, Fox News, Fox Business, Fox Sports, Gameone.de, gamespot.com, Glamour, GQ, Greyson Chance, IMDb, Jennifer Lopez, Lady Gaga, LMFAO, MarketWatch, maxpreps.com, moneywatch.com, MTV.co.uk, MTV.com, MTV.de, Multimedios, mysimon.com, Radio.com, Ryan Seacrest, Shockwave.com, smartplanet.com, Sports Illustrated, techrepublic.com, Teen Vogue, TF1, The Huffington Post, The Telegraph, The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post, Tr3s.com, tv.com, TVGuide.com, Vanity Fair, WAT.tv, Wired, WordPress.com, Yahoo! Local, and zdnet.com.
If you have a website or a blog and would like to add the Follow Button to it, you can configure it at www.twitter.com/followbutton.