SparkScore

The true influence of any Twitter account

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#2 Product of the DayJuly 12, 2018

Find the true influence of any Twitter account

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Reviews

  • Matt Aunger
    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.
  • dmitrizzle
    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.

Discussion

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Ryan HooverPro@rrhoover · Founder, Product Hunt
Just ran my stats (the full report includes a lot more than this): I'm curious how the volume of tweets affects these rankings. I would expect to see those that tweet more to depress engagement per tweet on average as the Twitter algorithm will only highlight 1 or 2 tweets in the "what you missed" section. Measuring engagement based on the number of impressions (not followers) would be a better measurement of "twinfluence" (sorry... terrible pun).
Chris Messina@chrismessina · Product designer & entrepreneur
@rrhoover you scored a 58 and I got a 55. Does that mean we both earned F's?! 😋
ⓂMatt hartman
ⓂMatt hartman@matthartman · partner @betaworks
@rrhoover just did mine (but cant include pics in a reply on the mobile app). I like the comparison of engagement to others with similar followers. Would be cool to see what gets engagement for them / not just the obvious tweets which get engagement
Massimo Chieruzzi
Massimo Chieruzzi@massimocw · Ceo & co-founder at AdEspresso
The "related accounts" tab is what surprised me the most. Even tho' I'm not very active in twitter it did an amazing job highlighting related accounts that were extremely relevant! Great job @randfish & @caseyhen. Are you already planning an API for this? Lot's of integration opportunities here!
Erick Barron
Erick Barron@erickbarron86 · Webmaster
I've been following Rand for years on moz blog and whenever I see his name, I know I'll get something of high value. Congrats on the app - I'll try it out when I'm home. 😊
David Hunter
David Hunter@davidhuntererie · cold calling keeps me calm.
I love it. My score is only 4, and that's perfect because if I was going to score my Twitter profile I would have given it a 4 as well. Great work Rand & team :)
Debdut Mukherjee
Debdut Mukherjee@digitaldebdut · Marketing Strategist
Pretty good. But, more insights are needed. For e.g. custom suggestions on what can be done to improve the score.
Davis Baer
Davis Baer@daviswbaer · Co-Founder of OneUp
@digitaldebdut What exactly do you want them to tell you? Be more interesting? Tweet better content?