Yesterday we wrapped up our look through all those that got votes in our Top Cards on Twitter project. However, we did things differently this year. Instead of ranking people 1-25 on a ballot, I asked you to give me a valuation of the account on a 1-10 scale, where one was barely worth following and 10 was a must-follow. So it was possible to wind up with more points but have less “vitality”, if you will. Let’s look at what the top 10 accounts by average per ballot was (minimum 20 ballots):
Not a real different look here. A reshuffling of sorts but only CardinalTales really jumps up much. Look at that overall average for gifs, though. As you’ll see in our next table, which shows those that had the highest percentage of 10 votes, he was probably as close to perfection on this kinda thing as you can get.
A bit more variety here. A couple of folks that might not have gotten overwhelming support overall but what support they got was very strong and devout.
Who got voted on the most? Nobody was voted on all of the 43 ballots, which given the form was a little surprising.
Probably not a surprise there are a lot of media types on there, given their reach, plus I’m on there because I am the one running this thing and odds are you found it from my links.
Anyway, just a few little tweaks and ways to look at things. Hope you’ve enjoyed the whole series and we’ll probably do it again next October!