Week 17 of the IoT Community’s IoT Premier League is published
Thought Leaders Division – Top 100:
Thought Leaders Division – Top 10:
Big Movers up this week (On the Rise):
- David Bartlett went up 46 places from 88th to 42nd.
- Wayne Irwin went up 43 places from 86th to 43rd.
- Eric Simone went up 33 places from 52nd to 19th.
- Jane Howell went up 32 places from 43rd to 11th.
- R Ray Wang went up 27 places from 53rd to 26th.
- Charlie Isaacs went up 21 places from 49th to 28th.
- Antonio Grasso went up 17 places from 27th to 10th.
- Dr. Craig Brown went up 16 places from 46th to 30th.
- vernon turner went up 15 places from 93rd to 78th.
- Bryan Harris went up 14 places from 99th to 85th.
Media, Industry & Analysts Division – Top 100:
Media, Industry & Analysts Division – Top 10:
Corporate Handles Division – Top 100:
Corporate Handles Division – Top 10:
IoT Premier League Background:
Since 2019, The IoT Premier League™ has been tracking the most inspiring social media accounts of the IoT landscape. This cuts across individual thought leaders, corporate handles and media, industry / analysts; recognising the most so you can follow them, join the community and learn more from the movers and shakers of the Internet of Things.
We track usage and engagement across Twitter. We also use Kred scores to rank by influence score. We have also introduced bonus score metrics, to reflect the rankings on the quality of content not just the social influence; ensuring a balance between commercial and thought leadership content flows.
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