Rightmove is currently leading the pack in a new leaderboard that ranks the top online influencers in UK property, with estate agent Knight Frank and property site Zoopla also ranking high.
Whether you’re browsing for a new buy-to-let property or looking for some home renovation tips, the leaderboard shows some of the Twitter profiles that are likely to come up trumps.
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The new leaderboard, which updates live, was created by Simply Business with the help of success tracking network Rise. The property-related accounts with the highest Klout scores have made it into the top 100.
Klout scores are calculated from social media analytics, based on things like the size of a user’s social media networks and how eagerly other users interact with them.
What is The Simply Business #Property100?
We’ve put together a live list of the top 100 influencers in the UK property world today, so landlords know who to follow for their regular fix.
Along with our landlord Knowledge section, these Twitter profiles can keep you up to speed with the latest developments and hottest tips.
You can follow all the action using the Twitter hashtag #Property100.
Big property sites take top spots
At the time of writing, property portal Rightmove is at the top of the table. The Rightmove Twitter account has 92,000 followers and their Facebook page has been liked by over 230,000 people.
London-based residential and commercial property consultancy Knight Frank, property website Zoopla, and developer and TV presenter Sarah Beeny are also making regular appearances near the top of the list.
Are you a top property influencer?
Although the big sites have nabbed the top spots, lots of smaller companies and individual property experts have made it onto the top 100.
You can check the list to see if you made the cut, and add a badge to your website if you’re featured.
If you’re not named on the list, you can make a Rise account and join the top 100 if your Klout score is high enough.
Which property experts do you follow online? Tell us in the comments.