I see that you support showing leaderboards on the Tweetwall, how are they ranked?
We currently offer three different leaderboards and they are Engagement, Interactions and Followers.
The Engagement leaderboard would require people to get other people to reply to or retweet their Tweets that use your hashtag, and is the least susceptible to users gaming it because they can't directly manipulate it—for that reason, it's usually the one we recommend.
The Interactions leaderboard counts each time that a user sends a Tweet using your event's hashtag, and counts it as another vote on the leaderboard.
The final option that we offer is the Follower leaderboard, and this one just ranks people by the number of followers that they have, and for this reason unless your goal is to show off the most popular Twitter users—like celebrities—that are participating, it's not likely to be what you'd want to use for your event.
Still have questions? Let us know.
- How do I make the Tweetwall full screen so I can't see the web browser?
- What web browser do I need to use?
- Do I need to install anything to use Tweetwall?
- Do I need to have Adobe Flash installed?
- I can't use a cabled internet connection, can I use WiFi?
- Can I setup the Tweetwall to require posts to be approved before they're shown?
- I don't want to manually approve every post, can I setup rules for which posts to show?
- What time zone are the walls created in?
- How many logos can I add to my self-service Tweetwall?
- Can I have the Tweets continuously cycle or repeat?
- Can I show Tweets from a protected Twitter account on my Tweetwall?
- How do I add or remove a leaderboard from my wall?