What’s Your Twitter Mojo?
Ever thought want kind of Twitter Mojo you have? Look no further Yahoo put out the socialmedialites of the world a tool today that tells you what kind of Twitter user you are based on of your Tweet content. In order to find out what Twitterer you are, Yahoo uses a secret algorithm to give you your sweet dose of Twitter mojo.
The site is called Know Your Mojo, and go figure it is a promo to help generate buzz for the new Yahoo Homepage. When get your mojo, you receive ideas for new content to add to a personalized Yahoo homepage.
Here come the Mojo Categories:
Headliner – You’re the star of the Twitterverse, have tons of followers, and have retweets the likes of Ashton Kutcher and Perez Hilton
Crowd Pleaser – You use lots of hashtags and are in on all the hot conversations
Cheerleader – Retweeting is how you roll
B.F.F. – Your volume of @replies makes you everybody’s best bud
Party Animal – With so many followers, you’re the life of the party
Private Eye – Like any good investigator, you’re following a boatload of people
Concierge – You live for links and sending people to the best stuff
Word Whiz – You’re a natural wordsmith and make the most of your 140 characters
Lone Wolf – You’re more of a low-profile type (some might even accuse you of lurking)
Name Dropper – You use lots of @names when you tweet
Matchmaker – You pass along lots of URLs to make sure everyone’s connected
Wall Flower – You don’t tweet much but you’re still in on the party
Novelist – You have a lot to say and tweet with a lot of characters to prove it
Shadow – You follow lots of people like a good shadow would
Scenester – If there’s a hashtag conversation happening, you’re there
Tweethead – Your high number of retweets shows you like to spread the good stuff
Yours Truly is a Concierge. I think that my mojo category fits me well, Scoops is here to provide you with the best of the social media updates and often times the best of useless but completely important information. That’s what I’m here for, here to please the people.