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  1. Even if i'm not in the top 100 in New York, US, it would be interesting to see what # I rank and who is above/below me.

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  2. How about a tool to search all your follower to see which ones are not following you. I know you can check individual people.

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  3. I like to filter the friend sugestions by location, tags or language.

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  4. The tweet cloud on Twitter Grader is a bit sad... Compare http://tweetstats.com/graphs/DearRobot#tcloud with the one generated by grader: http://twitter.grader.com/dearrobot

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  5. I notice that those who follow 10% of those who follow them get higher scores that people with higher follower/following numbers. I don't think this kind of nonreciprocal relationships should be valued higher than reciprocal relationships (follow those who follow you). Social media is about mutual relationships, not eliteness.

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  7. With the influx of newer accounts who mass add followers something needs to be done to identify people who may have followers, but are using "blackhat" type ways to mass follow.

    I've seen people running "add bots" collecting a few thousand followers, then auto-unfollowing those who don't follow back the next day. An easy http://twittercounter.com search shows a HUGE spike in follows with large 'stair step" jumps.

    Often times they are growing an account at 1000%. I recommend looking at the time a user has been a member combined with looking at how fast they are growing their account and…

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  8. If a tweep has posted nothing for a period of time (e.g., 2 weeks, 3 months, ..) then lower their score accordingly. As it is, accounts set up for conferences, University courses and the like are not active but still appear to have a following (while following few if any).

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  9. Grader should have Identi.ca support, including factoring in those people who broadcast on both Identi.ca and Twitter. Identi.ca has an API that is identical to Twitter, so that would save a lot of time in the implementation.

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  10. Add the ability to Grade one's degree of influence among twitterers in a certain location. Note: this would be different from just listing the universal twitter grades of all those in a particular location by numerical order. Instead, this would be a localized score, using the same algorithms that the universal score uses, but only for those within a defined location.

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  11. If their API supports it, a LinkedIn profile grader would be very useful for businesses.

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  12. Allow me to see how my twitter grade (and maybe other twitterers' grades as well) has changed from day to day in a graph visualization. To be honest, i'm most interested in other people, because I'm very aware of my own day to day twitter grader score. Sometimes I find that I notice that someone I follow has a higher score than I last remember, and I'm interested in how that score has changed over time.

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  13. I like finding new people in my location. A button to follow them from the page would make it easier and i wouldnot have to go to their twitter page.

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  14. It seems like the Top Elite should resemble the U.S. Elite plus people from other countries. But the ranking of U.S. Twitterers on the two lists is completely different. And some people who have a higher ranking (200s, 300s) are somehow listed in the Top 100. I guess what I'm looking for is consistency, it would add credibility to Twitter Grader. I understand you don't want to publicize your exact algorithm/formula but users want to know that, however it is determined, it is applied fairly. Sometimes, as much as I love Twitter Grader, that is not always apparent.

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  15. Let me create a list of people then let twitter grader rank them.

    uses. Top people at work

    top tweeters in a state

    top liberals on twitter

    top conservatives on twitter

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  16. 9 votes
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  17. If somebody hasn't tweeted for several months, should they really be ranked 90+/100?

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  18. Currently Cambridge, Ontario, Cambridge, Massachusetts and Cambridge, UK are all lumped together when they are all completely different places.

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  19. 9 votes
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  20. Love the service but think the logo is too eighties and not contemporary enough.

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