Klout's Odd List of Top Second Life Influencers Makes Me Wonder About Klout's Influence
So we're looking at three company-run, no-name Twitter accounts, the Twitter accounts of three people who no longer work at and/or no longer Tweet about Linden Lab, and a guy who used to work at Linden Lab who writes and speaks and Tweets about Second Life as much as possible... but hardly as much as he used to before. (Alas, alas.) So Klout only makes me wonder what Klout considers clout.
I'm sure there's many more Second Life Influencers that are even more influential than these. (Especially in-world, where group memberships can number in the thousands.) Who would you say they would be?
Please suggest your Influencers in Comments (with Twitter and/or Plurk and/or Facebook account names, where permitting, so they may be followed or friended)!
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