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Which of the FT's journalists has the most engaging posts on Twitter?
In this special Rise Report, we've used the Twitter accounts of 200 FT journalists (sourced from a public list maintained by @FinancialTimes) and ranked them on how much engagement they got from their tweets (the total of retweets and mentions they received in the score period 9th to 15th july, relative to the number of their followers).
The engagement formula we used to create the score is: Mentions + Retweets / Tweets / Followers
Creating engaging content on Twitter (& other social media channels) is the most powerful way of having influence on social media.
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