Earlier today Twitter Grader published a list that, according to their scoring system, contains The 100 Most Powerful Women on Twitter. Here at TweetPivot we thought it would be interesting to add them all to a public twitter list and then create one of our collections from it.
You can browse the TweetPivot collection here.
We've actually only managed to explore 97 of the 100 as 2 didn't exist (@x_tinaaa08 & @miss_gorgeous88) and 1 was protected (@laniar). In addition to our usual data we've also added in their rankings ('Elite Women Position'). So, what did we learn?
Firstly we sorted by Klout Class. This gives a good indication of the 'twittergraphic' makeup of our collection. Straight away it's evident that there're an unusually high number of 'Thought Leaders' and 'Taste Makers' in this group. Hardly surprising, though, as this is not a randomly selected set.
Secondly we selected the top 10 women based on Klout Score to see how this compared to the Twitter Grader ranking. 9 are reasonably matched but one (@Melanie_putria) is a big outlier. She scores an impressive 62.9 on the Klout Score, yet is position 83 on the Twitter Grader scale!
Next up we selected the top 10 women as ranked by Twitter Grader and then sorted them by the Klout Score. We can see that, even though all these women score a 'flat' 100 in the published list they have a much more normally distributed set of Klout Scores. We'd be interested to know if Twitter Grader have hit a ceiling?
The number of status updates (tweets) posted by the women has a nice slope to it - apart from the clear winner, @yeagerhood, with a whopping 132,374!
Pretty much all of the top 100 women are based in the US, with almost a third in California. Any surprises? Probably not.
We'd love to hear what insights other people can gain from this collection - post them in the comments please.