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Twitter is Overflowing With ‘Gurus’

guru_list.jpgThe What’s Next Blog is keeping track of the guru phenomenon on Twitter. We also seem to run into a lot of self-appointed “goddesses” yet by contrast very few “gods” (save gamer nerds of course). But “goddess” seems to be code for something. Any ideas?

When it comes to appointing, apparently, self-appointing is the most followed kind…on Twitter.

BL Ochman at writes:

In May 09 when we first used Tweepsearch to count of the Twitter bios of self-proclaimed social media gurus, experts, superstars and ninjas there were 4,487. A mere seven months later, we were shocked to see that there are now nearly 16,000. They are multiplying like rabbits.

Whole post is here.

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