• 12721 tweets

  • Network data

    • Number of tweets 12721
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    • Community type: Polarized Crowd

      Polarized discussions feature two big and dense groups that have little connection between them. The topics being discussed are often highly divisive and heated political subjects. Polarized Crowds on Twitter are not arguing. They are ignoring one another while pointing to different web resources and using different hashtags.


      Political controversy: divisive topics display separated "echo chamber" structure.

    • Community type: Tight Crowd

      These discussions are characterized by highly interconnected users with few isolated participants. Many conferences, professional topics, hobby groups, and other subjects that attract communities take this Tight Crowd form.


      Hobbies, professional topics, conferences. No "outsiders", all participants are "members".

    • Community type: Brand Clusters

      When well-known products or services or popular subjects like celebrities are discussed in Twitter, there is often commentary from many disconnected participants. Well-known brands and other popular subjects can attract large fragmented Twitter populations who tweet about it but not to each other.


      Brands, public events, popular subjects.

    • Community type: Community Clusters

      Some popular topics may develop multiple smaller groups, which often form around a few hubs each with its own audience, influencers, and sources of information. These Community Clusters conversations look like bazaars with multiple centers of activity.


      Global media topics.

    • Community type: Broadcast Network

      Twitter commentary around breaking news stories and the output of well-known media outlets and pundits has a distinctive hub and spoke structure in which many users repeat what prominent news and media organizations tweet. The members of the Broadcast Network audience are often connected only to the hub news source, without connecting to one another.


      News and media outlets, famous individuals.

    • Community type: Support Network

      In the Support Network structure, the hub account replies to many otherwise disconnected users, creating outward spokes. In contrast, in the Broadcast pattern, the hub gets replied to or retweeted by many disconnected users, creating inward spokes.


      Companies and services with customer support.

  • Top users

    Top influencers

    • 1 Cannes Lions @Cannes_Lions

      The world's biggest get-together of people interested in creativity.

    • 2 Ogilvy & Mather @Ogilvy

      Official Twitter feed of Ogilvy Worldwide

    • 3 Khai @ThamKhaiMeng

      Loves marshmallows! Never tried coffee. Worldwide Chief Creative Officer @Ogilvy | @Facebook Creative Council

    • 4 scott cullather @scullather

      Chairman & CEO @INVNT a brand communications agency that changes the way people think, feel, behave & perform. https://t.co/BarF0jyRVx

    • 5 Apple News @applenws

      #AppleNews: Latest news about #Apple ( #iPhone) . We are not related with Apple® .

    • 6 U2 @U2

      You're The Best Thing About Me, the first single from the new album Songs of Experience https://t.co/A7ckufW1XE

    • 7 Adweek @Adweek

      The leading source for news, insight and community for marketers, media and agencies. Join #AdweekChat each Wednesday at 2 p.m. ET.

    • 8 WPP @WPP

      News, insights, research and much more from WPP marketing professionals across the world.

    • 9 Contagious @contagious

      Contagious helps companies across the globe create braver marketing through our research platform, consultancy, quarterly magazine and live events.

    • 10 Campaign @Campaignmag

      The world’s leading business magazine for the advertising, marketing & media communities. Marketing @CampaignBrands, Media @CampaignMedia, Jobs @CampaignJobsUK

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