What is your TFF Ratio?
Your TFF Ratio (Twitter Follower-Friend Ratio) is the ratio of your followers to friends
(or people who you follow). The higher the ratio, the more Twitter heat you pack.
A ratio of less than 1.0 indicates that you are seeking knowledge (and Twitter Friends), but not
getting much Twitter Love in return. Check your pulse, you might be a bot.
A ratio of around 1.0 means you are respected among your peers. Many people think that a ratio
of around 1.0 is the best - you're listening and being listened to.
A ratio of 2.0 or above shows that you are a popular person and people want to hear what you have
to say. You might be a thought leader in your community.
A TFF Ratio 10 or higher indicates that you're either a Rock Star in your field or you are an
elitist and you cannot be bothered by Twitter's mindless chatter. You like to hear yourself talk. Luckily
others like to hear you talk, too. You may be an ass.
3 Ways to get your TFF Ratio
- Use the form below!
Get your TFF Ratio reported to you directly in Twitter by sending a reply to @tffratio. To send a reply, begin
a tweet with @tffratio. The TFF Ratio autoresponder will send a reply back to you with your TFF Ratio and pithy
comments within a few seconds (depending on Twitter uptime!). Follow
TFF Ratio on Twitter to see everyone's updates.
- Use one of the TFF Ratio web services available in the API.
Recently calculated TFF Ratios:
Location: New York
Bio: Passionate about cloud computing, consumerization of IT, end-user outsourcing & support services. SVP, and Chief Technology Officer, CompuCom Systems.
TFF Ratio: 0.93
Respected Among Peer Group
Art Knowledge News
Bio: Keeping you in touch with the 'World of Art'...
TFF Ratio: 0.91
Solid Twitter Community Member
Location: Prague, Czech Republic
Bio: iOS and RoR Developer at @JuicymoCZ, Speaker, Consultant and Lector at @skoleniRoR and @objektove. Organizer and proud member of @gdgPrague and @iKnowClub.
TFF Ratio: 1.37
TFF Ratio: 0.14
Will Always be a Follower
TFF Ratio: 0.64
Can't Get No Satisfaction