SparkScore

The true influence of any Twitter account

5.0/5
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Find the true influence of any Twitter account

6 Reviews
 +9 reviews
  • Matt AungerWriting & marketing at @HelpDocs
    Pros: 

    Reveals the true influence of Twitter profiles.

    Shows how influence is calculated.

    No more hiding behind fake follower counts

    Cons: 

    Can be damaging to self-esteem

    Limited to Twitter

    I love Sparkscore already. It's a great way to find the true influence of Twitter profiles and hints at some more substantial tools coming from Sparktoro.

    
It also offers a breakdown of how the score was achieved, and the specific elements (engagement, follower count, verified status) that contributed to it.

    
Warning, though. If you're not an influencer, this can be damaging to your self-esteem 😄

    Matt Aunger has used this product for one day.
  • dmitrizzleTravel, startups & film photography.
    Pros: 

    A tool with a lot of potential value to pros and part-time Twitter fanatic. A lot of hard-to-get stats and research tools.

    Cons: 

    Some values can benifit rom refined calculation/ formulation.

    I’ve tested the beta product some time ago and found it to be a tool that could be incredibly useful. Would love to see a mobile version of it. Anyone who uses Twitter should give this a try at least once.

    dmitrizzle has used this product for one week.
  • Jason DemorestDigital Marketer, Social J Media
    Pros: 

    It fills in the gap left in Klout's wake and ends up doing a better job at determining a much more realistic measure of Twitter engagement.

    Cons: 

    Nothing

    Just out of beta, the API is a nice way to keep track of where you rank--engagement-wise--in comparision to others with a similar level of followers. SparkScore holds a lot of promise for an API fresh out of beta.

    Jason Demorest has used this product for one week.
  • David Huntercold calling keeps me calm.
    Pros: 

    OAuth does not over-step. Plus, my score is a 4. Nice and low as it should be - I love that.

    Cons: 

    None

    I woke up to the PH email telling me how Rand Fishkin launched SparkScore and I went right for it because the man only makes quality products. He's got an excellent BS detector, so I trust his work.

    Sure enough, I land on SparkScore and find out my score is a "4" out of 100. With previous influence scoring apps, my score was in the 70's. That's so wrong! I am a business owner living in Pennsylvania - I should never have risen to the "70+ category"! One of my clients is a 94 (international sports figure), another is a 69 (writer for a national publication). These are both logical scores as well. After just a few hours I can already tell SparkScore will become the de facto standard for influence rank.

    I also very-much appreciate how the oAuth is not overstepping on the permissions:

    The application WILL NOT be able to:

    +Follow new people

    +Update your Pprofile

    +Post Tweets for you

    +Access your Direct Messages

    + Change your password

    Thank you, Rand, for making something real. SparkScore seems like it's going to be great and I can't wait to see what the future holds.

    David Hunter has used this product for one day.
  • VeronikaInbound Marketing Manager
    Pros: 

    Fun new way to see how you are doing on Twitter

    Cons: 

    You are likely to score low if you are an average Twitter user and not an influencer

    Really love that Rand took the initiative to bring back a tool that's similar to Klout but better. I'm looking forward to seeing them develop the next versions to include more social networks. 👍

    Veronika has used this product for one day.
  • Sanjay BanerjeeWork as V.P. Marketing...
    Pros: 

    very good

    Cons: 

    depends on acceptability by others

    really good product

    Sanjay Banerjee has used this product for one day.