What’s your Twitter grade?


Well, it was inevitable. If PageRank could be important for Web 1.0, then Twitter Grader (and Facebook Grader) would be important for Web 2.0.  Now there is a tool to check your score.

TWITTER.grader.com uses a proprietary algorithm to score and rank Twitter accounts on six weighted factors listed below:

  1. Number of followers: a non-discriminating count of how many followers you have (higher is better).
  2. Ranking of followers: the grades of those who follow you (higher is better).
  3. Number of Updates: within reason (more is better). Don’t be a spammer!
  4. Recency of Updates: if your last tweet is recent, then you’re doing good here.
  5. Follower/Following Ratio: this factor is more important in the early stages (higher is better). This becomes less important as your followers and engagement levels increase over time.
  6. Engagement Level: references and retweets from other users, combined with the ranking of those users.

Check out your Facebook Grader too.


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