The authors were ranked based on their Klout score; the site measures a person’s overall online influence. A few of the writers who made the cut included Zane, Danielle Evans, and Kayla Perrin. Check out the post for the full list.
Here’s more from the list’s introduction: “These aren’t writers who are simply concerned with promoting their own brand…Most of them have composed thousands of tweets, and interact with their readers everyday…Some offer advice. Some talk about their families. Some share funny pictures and make jokes.”
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