Clockwise from top left, Carla Zuill, #6, Laurel Burns, #15, Heather Nova, #2, Crystal Holdipp, #20, Clifton Webb, #10, and Bobbi Singh, #24.
Clockwise from top left, Carla Zuill, #6, Laurel Burns, #15, Heather Nova, #2, Crystal Holdipp, #20, Clifton Webb, #10, and Bobbi Singh, #24.

Carla Zuill skyrocketed to #6 in the Bermuda Klout rankings for January. 

She more than doubled her score from 31 to 70 after making sure all her social media accounts were linked to it. Other upward movers include: Laurel Burns (+14 points), The Bermuda Sun (+9 points), yours truly (+9 points), Clifton Webb (+7 points), Jon Legere (+5 points), Nahki Wells (+4 points), Bermuda Sun sports columnist Bobbi Singh, aka The Sports Chick (+4 points), Patrick Caton (+2 points), Dejon Simmons (+2 points), Clare O’Connor (+2 points) and Nothing to do in Bermuda (+1 point).

Fox News commentator and former WWE champion John Layfield remains at #1 while Heather Nova and Collie Buddz are now tied for the second spot. 

With all the increases, the top 25 cutoff mark is 57 points instead of 50 like it was in both December and November. 


Top 25 Klout scores

21 April 2010

Name

January

December

1. John Layfield

87

87

2. Heather Nova

80

79

2. Collie Buddz

80

80

4. Clare O’Connor

73

71

5. Bernews

71

72

6. Carla Zuill

70

31

7. Bermemes

68

68

8. Bermuda Sun

65

56

9. Karriem Sharrieff

64

63

10. Clifton Webb

63

56

10. Fairmont Southampton

63

61

10. Hannah Collins

63

64

13. Nahki Wells

62

58

13. Dudley Freedom

62

61

15. Laurel Burns

61

47

15. Don Burgess

61

52

15. Jon Legere

61

56

15. Bermuda Tourism

61

61

15. Lexy Correia

61

62

20. Patrick Caton

60

58

20. Crystal Holdipp

60

60

20. Digicel Bermuda

60

61

23. Dejon Simmons

59

57

24. Bobbi Singh

57

53

24. Nothing to do in BDA

57

56

 

 

What is Klout?

Klout is a website and mobile app that uses social media analytics to rank its users according to online social influence via the “Klout Score”, which is a numerical value between 1 and 100. In determining the user score, Klout measures the size of a user’s social media network and correlates the content created to measure how other users interact with that content.

Klout utilizes Twitter, Facebook, Google+, LinkedIn, Foursquare, Wikipedia, and Instagram data. 

Source: Wikipedia.