Twitter Grader

Well, of all things, now you can grade just how, well, prominent, your Twitter presence is. There’s a link called Twitter Grader where you put in your Twitter name and it goes through its own set of gesticulations before it spits out a grade for you.

Two weeks ago I ran it for the first time and my Twitter grade was only 59. Suddenly, I started getting more and more people following me on Twitter, and I checked them out and subscribed back to some of them because they looked pretty interesting. I’m not someone who follows everyone who requests it, nor do I just go around following people who don’t seem to either be interesting or have a background I might find interesting.

I’m not going to talk much about Twitter right now because there are so many outlets where one can gain lots of information, plus I’ve written about it before, as well as learn how to possibly use it for business purposes. There’s a little handbook, oddly enough called Twitter Handbook, written by Warren Whitlock, who I interviewed on my business blog, and Deborah Micek; both are on Twitter, and I believe they have a regular book coming out soon also, all about Twitter.

Anyway, if you’re on Twitter and decide you’d like to follow my bits of ranting and fun throughout the day, you can find me here; happy twittering!

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4 comments on “Twitter Grader

  • Warren Whitlock says:

    The Twitter grade is just a little calculator to tell that you what the stats show on profile pages. Fun, but not all that helpful.

    Glad to see you mentions the handbook. We get a lot of great input from tweeps like you that makes it work.. and let’s us all have a lot of fun.

    • Sometimes, Warren, those little fun things are neat to play with. But, if you have a lot of people following you, it means you have the opportunity to sway some people’s minds. Nothing wrong with that, as long as you’re not trying to hurt them.

      • Warren Whitlock says:

        of course there is nothing wrong with it.

        fun toy. I’m just saying “if you have a lot of people following you” you don’t need a program to tell you that gives you an opportunity to sway them.

        Most high follower Twitter users have got reputation outside of Twitter. The rankings of “who’s the coolest” has very little to do with their Twitter use.

        Still.. the first time you go to Grader, it’s a whole lot of fun. I fully admit to checking out my grade and being excited to find out that it gave me a good score

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