Find out who’s who in the Office 365 Online Influencers 100, and discover the influencers among us. Each week the O365 Online Influencers 100 recognizes some of the most influential Office 365 social media profiles so that you can follow them, join the community, and learn more.
Leaderboards are not a new thing within the Office 365 community, with some past lists providing little to no transparency on who made the list. However, there is ZERO manual manipulation of this leaderboard. The algorithm uses Klout scores and Twitter engagement metrics to rank influence, taking into account social media activity and engagement across many social networks including Twitter, Facebook, Youtube, LinkedIn and Instagram, but goes beyond Klout using additional Twitter data to provides even more depth to the Power Score based on likes, mentions, and re-tweets. To find out more about the metrics captured and weight given to each indicator, read the related CollabTalk blog post.
If you’d like to follow or join the board to keep track of what happens each week, visit the list home page and sign up with your email address via the Follow button.
No matter where you are on the O365 Influencer Power 100, you can click on a profile and browse through an individual’s history.