Tag Archive: PeerIndex

Nov 09 2011

Most ‘authoritative’ Tweeters on sustainability

Earlier this year I wrote several blog posts about PeerIndex groups and their value in identifying individuals and organisations as ‘influential’ on Twitter in areas such as architecture and construction. Today saw the publication of a new PeerIndex of people or organisations who are seen as ‘authoritative’ on Twitter about sustainability. The launch was hosted, …

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Jul 01 2011

Building Design presents subjectively sorted Twitter list

Some 48 hours after The Architects’ Journal published its #AJtCn100 of ARB-registered architects (post), rival weekly Building Design has delivered its own top 100 influencers in the world of architecture. The BD Twitter 100, however, is not published as a league table or ranking (though there are a couple of top tens: of UK architects …

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Jun 30 2011

Architects’ Journal Twitter 100 published – but where’s Su?

The Twitter tussle within the UK architectural publishing world took a step forward yesterday with the publication of The Architects’ Journal/tCn Twitter 100. This is about two weeks earlier than originally scheduled – presumably so AJ could publish its list ahead of the one being produced by UBM weekly Building Design (and AJ editor Christine Murray almost …

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Jun 28 2011

A profusion of PeerIndex groups, but to what purpose?

I have talked before (post) about PeerIndex groups and how tCn – the Construction Network – collaborated with industry weekly Construction News to highlight the use of Twitter among construction industry professionals. Just over a month later, in early June, CN’s Emap sister title The Architects’ Journal began a more focused drive to identify registered …

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Jun 10 2011

Publications tussle for tweeting architects

It is said that “imitation is the sincerest form of flattery”, and “if you can’t beat them, join them”. Both sayings sprang to mind when I saw that Building Design, the architectural magazine published by UBM, was launching its own Twitter Top 100 for architects, the #BDTwitter100, in the same week that the Construction Network …

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Apr 19 2011

Measuring influence and social capital in construction

As Twitter usage has grown, people have tried to quantify how influential some tweeters are, and I have started to incorporate two of the more commonly used tools, Klout and PeerIndex, into my work. Klout’s strapline is “The standard for online influence“, while PeerIndex aims to help you “understand your social capital“. The exact workings of …

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