Map of London’s social media community – zoom in to find your @ name

 In influence, London, social media

Tempero’s Simtan Bacha and Lisa Brooker have put together a map of London’s social media community.

It is based on  the Twitter accounts of the top 1,000 most influential companies and individuals within London’s social media community, with influence defined by the number of connections a person or organisation has to other nodes within the network.

Nice to see I made the map (click below for a larger image) and head over to the gigamap to zoom in and see if you made the cut!

If Simtan and Lisa care to get in touch with me, I can run the 1000 twitter @ names against our Kred database.

Update: they have shared the list with me. Stay tuned for some Kred analysis.

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