Since the Presidential campaign and my Twitter account both got a brief mention in the New York Times' political blog, I decided to drill down a bit into my account, something I have been meaning to do since really knuckling down on my social media in light of the campaign.
Thus far, I can't complain. My Klout score is now hovering just shy of 60 (up from around 45), and in the last 28 days alone, my tweet impressions have skyrocketed 251%, profile visits are up 46.3%, mentions are up 34%, and I have gained 10,294 new followers. To further the comparison the Times made, not only do I have more followers than former Rhode Island governor and GOP primary candidate Lincoln Chaffee, I have nearly gained more in the last thirty days than he has total.
Winner, The Blogitzer
(Best Overall Writing)
2011 Blogger's Choice Awards