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Identifying Influential and Susceptible Members of Social Networks Identifying social influence in networks is critical to understanding how behaviors spread. We present a method that uses in vivo randomized experimentation to identify influence and susceptibility in networks while avoiding the biases inherent in traditional estimates of social contagion. Estimation in a representative sample of 1.3 million Facebook users showed that younger users are more susceptible to influence than older users, men are more influential than women, women influence men more than they influence other women, and married individuals are the least susceptible to influence in the decision to adopt the product offered.
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Why Brands STILL don't Understand Digital Influenc The topic on influence and influencers is very complex and continues to baffle the industry. In an attempt to clarify the intricacy of this subject, I presented the foundation and defined what influence really means last time . I also showed how the simplistic definition is insufficient. Moreover, we’ve put this definition to use and explained why the follower count metric shouldn’t contribute to someone’s influence. However, there are still much misunderstanding about influence and how it works.
Sinan Aral New York University (NYU) - Leonard N. Stern School of Business; Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) - Sloan School of Management; New York University (NYU) - Department of Information, Operations, and Management Sciences Identifying Social Influence in Networks Using Randomized Experiments by Sinan Aral, Dylan Walker
In a new paper, published today in Science , Sinan Aral , NYU Stern Assistant Professor of Information, Operations and Management Sciences, and his co-author Dylan Walker, a research scientist at Stern, present a new method to measure influence and susceptibility in social networks. Today, finding influentials is all the rage. Stern | Press Release | Sinan Aral | New Method to Measure Influence & Susceptibility in Social Networks
The Rising Science Of Social Influence — How Predictable Is Your Online Behaviour? Techcrunch recently ran a piece by Michael Wu of Lithium . The following is a response written by Ferenc Huszar , who, prior to joining Peer Index PeerIndex as lead data scientist, was was a PhD student at the Machine Learning Lab at Cambridge University.
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