Measure your social media influence with Influ-a-rama-matic Pro 2.0! (beta)

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Are you eager to track your social media influence? Desperate to boil down the complex intricacies of human interaction into a single number? Of course you are!

But you're also probably sick of getting results that suggest you could be doing better if only you had more followers... retweeted more often... wrote more interesting blog posts... or, y'know, really worked at it.

Well, my friend, do I have the social media measurement instrument for you. Carefully calibrated, precision-coded and guaranteed accurate to .025 microScobles, the Influ-a-rama-matic Pro 2.0 is nothing less than the greatest web application in the history of humanity.

Take it for a spin!

 

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Ibrahim Husain says

December 3, 2009 - 1:07pm

I get a result of 100 no matter what I put in the blanks...

Rob Cottingham says

December 4, 2009 - 7:22am

At long last, I can honestly say: That's a feature, not a bug. :-)

(When Influ-a-rama-matic is working properly, its complex, sophisticated algorithm is guaranteed to give every user a score of 100. Please report any other result immediately.)

Anonymous says

December 8, 2009 - 12:43am

apparently when i type Queen Elizabeth, she scores 100 also~
blah~

Rob Cottingham says

December 8, 2009 - 9:38am

You have to admit, she's pretty prominent. So isn't it gratifying that she gets exactly the same score that you do? (I can say that with confidence, even to an anonymous user! That's how reliable this tool is!)

Anonymous says

July 10, 2010 - 1:41pm

The link back is 404.  Will it be fixed soon?  I retweeted and now everyone who links will be disappointed.

Rob Cottingham says

July 10, 2010 - 3:23pm

Thanks for the heads-up - can you tell me which link you mean? I've checked all the ones I can find, and they all seem to be working.

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