The Social Media Premier League – January 2013

26 January 2013, 13:01

Since clubs are using the January transfer window to revise their squads I thought I’d take this opportunity to publish the latest edition of the Social Media Premier League table.

So what can you expect in the latest set of results? Well, there’s been an near wholesale shift in the scores.  This rise means that clubs who have seen their score remain stagnant, such as Arsenal and Sunderland, have tumbled down the table. This rise can be attributed to many club’s adopting a more innovative digital comms strategy as clubs begin to understand the power and potential of Twitter.

See where how your team is doing below…

klout-flag-square-2peerindex-logo TOTAL
1Chelsea848886
2Liverpool847881
3Manchester City847378.5
4Tottenham Hotspur827277
5Aston Villa728176.5
6Everton786270
7Swansea City736468.5
8West Ham United785868
9Newcastle United736267.5
10Reading805567.5
11Southampton746167.5
12Stoke City696667.5
13Norwich City805467
14Sunderland815367
15Wigan Athletic795567
16Arsenal844966.5
17Queens Park Rangers745765.5
18Fulham715563
19West Bromwich Albion704758.5

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