The problem with this idea is that I’m not sure how you’d make money doing it, but it’s a web app I wish existed, so maybe this suggestion is useful to you. It’s related to twitter. And it would use both the Twitter and the klout.com APIs (application programming interfaces).
I want to be able to browse through the people I follow and those who follow me in a more organized way. I’d like to be able to sort them by Klout score, by number of tweets, by number of followers, by location, by topic expertise as defined by Klout, by tweets per day, according to groups or lists I’ve defined, and of course by whether or not the following is mutual. Within the same browsing function I’d like to be able to reshuffle them in the lists I manage, to follow, or to unfollow.
I’ve been through several lists of various apps already available to do some of what I’d like, but none that I’ve been able to find does this.
If you know of one, especially if you’ve already published it, please tell me about it. I want to use it.Click here to join the conversation (0 Comments)
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