PeekYou has identified the top twenty-five social media experts, ranked not necessarily by quality of their work (though we think it is pretty safe to assume all of these people are awesome), but by the size of their online footprint (i.e. PeekScore).
- Pete Cashmore – Mashable
- Robert Scoble – Rackspace
- Mitch Joel – Twist Image
- Barry Schwartz – RustyBrick
- Peter Shankman – The Geek Factory
- Chris Pirillo – Lockergnome
- Brian Solis – FutureWorks
- Jackie Huba – Ant’s Eye View
- Steve Rubel – Edelman
- Scott Karp – Publish2
- Sally Falkow – ProactiveReport.com
- Charlene Li – Forrester Research
- David Armano – Edelman Digital
- Chris Brogan – New Marketing Labs
- Adam Ostrow – Mashable
- Jonathan Nafarrete – Thinkgate Media
- Rand Fishkin – SEOmoz
- Brett Tabke – WebmasterWorld
- See-Ming Lee – SML Universe
- Shel Israel – Twitterville
- Lee Odden – Top Rank Online Marketing
- Tamar Weinberg – Techipedia
- Rohit Bhargava – Microsoft
- Scott Monty – Ford Motor Company
- JD Lasica – Socialbrite
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About PeekScore: PeekScore is a rank from 1 to 10, assigned to every person. The higher someone’s score, the “more important” they are on the web. In calculating your PeekScore and updating it often, PeekYou takes into account your known presence and activity on the Internet, including but not limited to your blogging, participation in social networks, the number of your friends, followers, or readers, the amount of web content you create, and your prominence in the news.
About PeekYou: PeekYou is a fusion of public records and public web data for over 230 million people. Its primary goal is to create a single profile for every person in the public domain, summarizing his or her interests, work, schooling history, photos, physical address, e-mail, websites, gender, age, and other biographical information.