The ReTweetability Index measures and ranks Twitter users based on the infectious power of their tweets. This number accounts for number of followers and Tweets overall, so it is a true indicator of infectiousness.
There is some math involved, but in simple terms, users with a high ReTweetability Index have a greater percentage of their content spread by a greater percentage of their followers, implying that when they do tweet, it's worth reading.
Some might say their content is just that good. Whatever the reason, these users have proven to be highly ReTweetable, and this metric ranks them in a way that accounts for disparities among follower counts and Tweet totals.
And, it does take quite a while to measure everyone's ReTweetability score, so the index has a delay.
Below is a ranking of the most ReTweetable users on Twitter. It is calculated by finding the number of times the user was ReTweeted in the last 30 days. I measure each user's Tweets-per-day by checking how long it took them to post their last 200 updates. The ReTweetability metric is enhanced for readability by multiplying it by 10,000,000.
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