Who are the most influential bloggers on Twitter?
Monday 03 August 2009
Last week, we revealed
the most influential MPs on Twitter . Of course, they weren’t the first to use the social network – amongst many others, the bloggers got there first.
Many politicians are running just a little bit scared of the bloggers, who are having an increasing influence on ‘mainstream media’ – but who should they be most afraid of? Using Livewire, our new live politics twitter feed, and the Mr Tweet API, these are the top ten most influential bloggers on Twitter – based on a combination of followers, mentions and outgoing links to stories.
Click the image to the right to launch the guide, and leave your comments and suggestions below
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