Factors of Alianzo Rank by Social Network


These are the factors for each social network on Alianzo Rank:

An element common to several networks is the ‘last update’ factor. It deals with the time passed since the last update. This factor goes from 0 to 100, and is calculated by the substraction of 100-(days/2), which means that we reduce 0.5 points for each day the user didn’t update his network. The objective is to penalize those users who are not very active, though they collect an important number of followers.

 

Android and iOS:

  • Position on App Store/Google Play: indicates the position of the app in the world. In the lower box you can see the general position and the position by category and city/region/country.
  • Number of Ratings: indicates the number of ratings the app has received from users.
  • Average Rating: average valuation the app has received, with 50 as a maximum.
  • Average Downloads: average number of downloads that the app has on App Store/Google Play. It’s a estimation that is made with a propietary algorithm.

 

Blogs:

  • Alexa position: The position the blog occupies on Alexa (http://www.alexa.com), an Amazon service.
  • Feedly (subscribers): number of subscribers the blog has on feed reader Feedly.
  • Votes (Menéame): total votes received on social aggregators Digg and Menéame during last year.
  • Alexa Links: number of links that point to this blog from other sites, according to Alexa.

 

Facebook (pages):

  • Fans: number of fans the facebook page has.
  • Activity: interactions received (amount of likes, comments and shares) over the last 10 posts.
  • Storytellers (unique users): number of different people that have interacted with this page in the last 7 days.

 

Facebook (personal profiles):

Due to the difficulties that Facebook was introducing to obtain information from personal profiles, we don’t accept any more and are not updating data from old ones. If you are in this case, we advice you to transform your profile into a page.

Due to a change in the API of Facebook, nowadays we can only show the number of subscribers that a personal profile has. When that profile has no subscribers, data is not shown. For users connected with his Facebook account on Alianzo, we can also show Last Update and the number of interactions received in the last posts.

  • Subscribers: number of people that follows that personal profile.


 

Flickr:

  • Visualizations: number of total visualizations on the last 10 uploaded items.
  • Comments: number of comments on the last 10 uploaded items.
  • Likes: number of likes on the last 10 uploaded items.
  • Uploaded photos and videos: total number of photos and videos uploaded to Flickr.
  • Contacts: number of contacts the user has.

 
Foursquare (people):

  • Checkings: number of checkings made by the user.
  • Badges: number of achieved medals.
  • Followers: number of followers of the user.

 
Foursquare (places):

  • Checkings: number of checkings made by the user.
  • Badges: number of achieved medals.
  • Followers: number of followers of the user.
  • Popularity: difference in followers and followed.

 

Google+:

  • Followers: number of followers of that profile.
  • Views: number of views that profile has received.
  • Activity: interactions received (amount of likes, comments and shares) on the last 10 posts.
  • Rating: the score received on reviews (only in local businesses).
  • Users he has added: number of users he has in his circles (how many he is a fan of).

 

Instagram:

  • Followers: number of followers (fans) that profile has.
  • Activity: interactions received (amount of likes and comments) on the last 10 posts.
  • Comments: number of comments received on the last 10 posts.
  • Likes: number of likes received on the last 10 posts.
  • Photos: number of photos/videos uploaded.
  • Following: number of profiles it is following.

 

Linkedin (pages):

  • Followers: number of followers the page has.
  • Employees: number of Linkedin users who say that they work for that company.
  • Interactions: number of interactions (sum of comments and shares) received on the last 10 posts.
  • Posts: number of posts published in the last 7 days.

 

Linkedin (people):

  • Contacts: number of contacts/followers that profile has.
  • Comments: number of comments obtained on the last 10 posted items.
  • Votes per skill: average number of votes for all skills that the user has. For example, if you have 5 skills and each has five votes, you would have a rating of 5. Maximum is 100.
  • Skills: number of skills that the user has. Maximum is 50.
  • Likes: number of likes on the last 10 posted items.
  • Views: number of views of the last 10 posted items. It’s only available for selected users.
  • Comments: number of comments on the last 10 items. It’s only available for selected users.

 

Pinterest:

  • Followers: number of followers of the Pinterest account.
  • Popularity: difference between the number of followers and the number of followed.
  • Pins: number of items posted on your wall.
  • Likes: number of likes that profile has.

 

Tuenti (pages):

  • Followers: number of followers of the Tuenti account.
  • Answers to posts: number of answers to the publications of the page.
  • Photos: number of pictures uploaded by the profile.
  • Videos: number of videos uploaded by the profile.

 

Twitter:

  • Followers: number of followers of that profile.
  • Popularity: difference between the number of followers and the number of followed.
  • Lists: number of lists that profile is included in.
  • Tweets: total number of tweets made by that profile in its history.
  • Unique users: number of users who have interacted (retweeted or liked) with this Twitter account in the last 7 days.
  • Retweets per tweet: average number of retweets each tweet has received in the last 7 days.

 
Vine:

  • Popularity: difference between the number of followers and the number of followed.
  • Likes: number of likes of the last 10 items.
  • Comments: number of comments obtained in last 10 published items.
  • Revines: number of revines obtained in last 10 published items.
  • Followers: number of followers that profile has.

 

VKontakte (page):

  • Number of members: number of followers the page has.
  • Messages / Discussion: messages generated on the discussions in the profile.
  • Items published: number of photos and videos published.
  • Number of messages: number of messages posted on the profile.
  • Unique users: number of users who have interacted (retweeted or liked) with this account on the last 10 posts.

 

VKontakte (people):

  • Subscribers: Number of subscribers the profile has.
  • Number of videos: number of videos uploaded by the profile.
  • Number of items: Number of posts published by the profile.
  • Photos: number of images uploaded by the profile.
  • Number of audios: number of audio files uploaded by the profile.
  • Unique users: number of users who have interacted (retweeted or liked) with this account on the last 10 posts.

 

Viadeo (page):

  • Followers: number of followers the page has.
  • Employees: number of employees the page has.

 

Viadeo (people):

  • Contacts: number of contacts the profile has.
  • Ítems: number of published items.

 

Weibo:

  • Popularity: difference between the number of followers and the number of followed.
  • Weibos: number of posts published by the profile.
  • Followers: number of followers that profile has.
  • Interactions: number of interactions (comments, likes and shares) on the last 10 weibos.
  • Weibos: number of weibos published in the last 7 days.

 

Wikipedia:

  • Number of editions: number of times the profile has been edited.
  • Translations: number of languages to which the profile is translated.
  • Mentions of other pages: number of times the page is linked within Wikipedia.

 

Youtube:

  • Subscribers: Number of subscribers the video channel has.
  • Views: Total number of views of all videos uploaded to the channel.
  • Likes: difference between likes and unlikes in the last 10 uploaded videos.
  • Comments: total number of comments on the last 10 uploaded videos.
  • Uploaded videos: total number of videos uploaded to the channel.
  • Unique users: number of users who have interacted (commented or liked) with the channel in the last 7 days.
  • Average views: average number of views ofnthe last 10 uploaded videos.
  • Average engagement: average number of interactions (likes, dislikes and comments) on the last 10 uploaded videos.

 

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