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Lissted UK Food & Drink example

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Example of Lissted's approach to predicting the people and organisations who are most influential in a community including the top 3 UK Food & Drink influencers on Twitter. The full list of 100 …

Example of Lissted's approach to predicting the people and organisations who are most influential in a community including the top 3 UK Food & Drink influencers on Twitter. The full list of 100 influencers can be found here https://twitter.com/lissted/ukfooddrink.

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  1. Lissted example: UK Food and Drink community
  2. Lissted’s UK Food and Drink predictions and Top 100 influencers Lissted has nearly 1,000 UK food and drink related influencers on our list. The Top 100 accounts are available as a Twitter list here https://twitter.com/lissted/ukfooddrink. The people and organisations included are a combination of accounts we have classified “by hand” and hundreds of accounts that our algorithm has predicted matter based on the relationships and interactions of these curated accounts. The following are examples of the predicted accounts in the Top 100: Yotam Ottolenghi Chef, cookery writer and restaurant owner James Winter Saturday Kitchen producer and author Elizabeth Auerbach Food writer Mat Follas UK Masterchef winner in 2009 Sarah Canet Spoon HQ, London Food and Restaurant PR Agency Gemma Bells Gemma Bell PR, Restaurant, Food and Drink PR London
  3. Lissted’s Top 3 UK Food and Drink influencers on Twitter @MarinaOLoughlin @RichardVines To give a flavour of why Marina, Richard and Gizzi are ranked at the top of our list, the table shows the number of different people and organisations who appear in our Top 100 UK Food and Drink Influencers who follow them, as well as the number who have retweeted or mentioned them in the last 60 days. @GizziErskine Marina O'Loughlin Richard Vines Gizzi Erskine Followed by 83 90 88 RT/@ in last 60 days 69 39 56
  4. Most mentioned stories by UK Food and Drink influencers in the last 30 days Influencers mentioning the BBC Food and Farming awards include Sheila Dillon, Fiona Beckett, Raymond Blanc and Tim Hayward. Influencers mentioning Sabrina Ghayour’s new book ‘Persiana’ include Gizzi Erskine, Nigella Lawson, Thane Prince and MiMi Aye.

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