Average: 2.2 (8 votes)
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Calculate your Twitter efficiency score

Twifficiency calculates your twitter efficiency based upon your twitter activity. This includes how many people you follow, how many people follow you, how often you tweet and how many tweets you read.


Tool Reviews

Reviewed on August 19, 2010

The score is not detailed enough, maybe it is still in its early stage so I will check it out later ...

Reviewed on August 18, 2010

Very simple to use. By the time I used it a clear explanation had been added that it would tweet my score. I believe this was added during the course of the day in response to complaints from people who felt they had not been adequately warned about the auto tweet. I appreciate the developer's quick response to those complaints. Like others who have commented I would like a more detailed explanation of what this measures. It clearly places importance upon interactions with others. A couple of celebrity tweeps who have many followers and quite a lot of influence got very low scores (5% or...

Reviewed on August 18, 2010

I thought it was interesting and yes - didn't really understand the score but I assume it is based on how many people in your network (followers) and the number of tweets you send out (received in your network). So while it retweeted my score - it kind of gave me an indication of my activity level! I viewed it as kind of a website stats metrics - not that it tells you a lot! Nothing to cheer about but interesting just the same!

Reviewed on August 18, 2010

I didn't initially try this out because there was no auto-tweet opt-out or notification and it was pretty obvious from my twitter stream that it was auto-tweeting results. Props to James for adding the opt-out prominently displayed on the page, but that's about the only positive thing I have to say about it.

The source and meaning of the data is unclear, with no additional information available, and the explanation is highly subjective; mine says: "You are doing well on Twitter, you are keeping up with

Reviewed on August 18, 2010

Sadly, in its current form, completely useless for anything other than spamming your friends.

As stated prior, options to opt-out of the auto-tweet and explanations of the score would go a long way.

So far the best feature of this app was the unintended one: thousands of people going through their twitter oauth connections and revoking access to old or unwarranted apps.