The few, the proud, the followers

Twitter, in an effort to persuade users to buy ad space, is making some of their analytics available. Some of the stats to report about my followers (777 at last count):

  • 68% male, 32% female.
  • 85% from the US, 15% from outside.
  • 34% from Oklahoma. Next states in order: California (7%), Texas (5%), New York (3%).

Since at least some of those followers are institutional in nature, I suspect they count everything that isn’t explicitly female as male. I haven’t lately broken down those I follow similarly, but last time I did, there was a small female majority.

The Top Interests list is not quite what I expected:

  • 57% Business and news
  • 55% Politics and current events
  • 49% Comedy (Movies and television)
  • 34% Business and finance
  • 31% Comedy (Hobbies and interests)
  • 28% Political elections
  • 25% Government
  • 24% Talk radio
  • 23% Romance (Movies and television)
  • 22% Financial news

I don’t seem to draw a lot of sports fans.







5 comments

  1. Dick Stanley »

    17 June 2013 · 6:53 pm

    If these have any meaning at all there must be some way to make money off the phenom. Found it yet?

  2. CGHill »

    17 June 2013 · 7:14 pm

    I would hate to have to put together an ad campaign aimed at those poor folks, but I suppose people are doing that sort of thing.

  3. Roger Green »

    17 June 2013 · 7:33 pm

    Well, I like your sports stuff, though I found my way here because of your FAB music knowledge.

  4. jsallison »

    18 June 2013 · 8:29 pm

    Me, I’mna here cause you’re an okie. I’m an okie by marriage. Okay, my maternal grandma was born in Guthrie so mebbe there’s a *minor* okie connecion… There are precious few okie blogs that I’ve stumbled across. (aka You are *IT*) And monkeygirl, granddaughter #2 (0f 7 grandkids to date) is a 5 yo MLP fanette. Get someone to mass produce a My Little Borg Pony and I’d be so there…

  5. CGHill »

    18 June 2013 · 9:58 pm

    Somebody actually built a G3 Borg pony in 2004. Resistance was futile even then.

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