@Scobleizer Moves to #1 #SXSW Influencer Over @BrianSolis

@Scobleizer Moves to #1 #SXSW Influencer Over @BrianSolis

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Love him or hate him, you have to respect the man’s persistence and energy. His endless enthusiasm for all things new and interesting.

Personally, I love him since he took the time to interview me a couple of years ago – open, child-like verve for anything new. Overnight, he went from just the fourth-most popular to most relevant / unique / over-represented. Well done, Scobleizer.

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What Exactly Does “Unique” Mean?

Do you see that Barack Obama is ranked #1? That means that, of all the people who tweeted using the #SXSW hashtag, more of them follow Barack Obama than any other public figure.

Now look at Scoble; see the “Kapow” exclamation mark? That means that he is “over-represented” by this engagement group. This means an unusually high proportion of #SXSW tweeters follow him. He has increased relevancy among this cohort / segment / persona.

Why should you care? Although these in-demand dudes probably don’t do product endorsements, celebrities do – so If you want to reach SXSWesters, you may have much better engagement from endorsement deals with these unique people.

 

How’d You Do This?

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This is a “Campaign Report” running real time. It’s a sample group of up to 10,000 people who’ve used #SXSW in a tweet. There’s a lot more info than this.

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6 People in Vogue at SXSW You May Not Follow

6 People in Vogue at SXSW You May Not Follow

Mattr.co Top Social People for SXSW

 

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What Exactly Does “Unique” Mean?

Do you see that Barack Obama is ranked #1? That means that, of all the people who tweeted using the #SXSW hashtag, more of them follow Barack Obama than any other public figure.

Now look at Brian Solis; see the “Kapow” exclamation mark? That means that he is “over-represented” by this engagement group. This means an unusually high proportion of #SXSW tweeters follow @BrianSolis.

Why should you care? Although these in-demand dudes probably don’t do product endorsements, celebrities do – so If you want to reach SXSWesters, you may have much better engagement from endorsement deals with these unique people.

 

How’d You Do This?

This is a “Campaign Report” running real time. It’s a sample group of up to 10,000 people who’ve used #SXSW in a tweet. There’s a lot more info than this.

Email me at jack{at}mattr.co if you want to get on the team – you only need your Twitter account to get in.

 


Top 3 {Unique} Media Sites for #SXSW

Top 3 {Unique} Media Sites for #SXSW

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What Exactly Does “Unique” Mean?

Do you see that Mashable is ranked #1? That means that, of all the people who tweeted using the #SXSW hashtag, more of them follow Mashable than any other media site.

Now look at Do512; see the “Kapow” exclamation mark? That means that Do512 is “over-represented” by this engagement group. This means an unusually high proportion of #SXSW tweeters follow @Do512 (and the same for Austin Chronicle and Austin 360).

Why should you care? If you want to reach SXSWesters, you may have much better engagement from media you place on these 3 sites than Mashable, which is full of people who aren’t thinking about SXSW now.

 

How’d You Do This?

This is a “Campaign Report” running real time. It’s a sample group of up to 10,000 people who’ve used #SXSW in a tweet. There’s a lot more info than this.

Email me at jack{at}mattr.co if you want to get on the team – you only need your Twitter account to get in.