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Accounting Top 100 Social Media Leaderboard – March 29, 2023

The Accounting Top 100 social media leaderboard scores and ranks users based on five separate metrics, each of which is weighted according to its perceived value.

With the month of March soon to be in our rearview mirrors, we wanted to thank the members of our Accounting Top 100 community for their ongoing participation and also welcome the six new members who have joined us since the first of the year. It’s wonderful to see this network grow!

Here are some highlights from the latest Top 100…

We’re keeping an eye on Aynsley Damery, CPA (@aynsleydamery on Twitter). Aynsley has been with our social media leaderboard since 2018 and hails from the UK. CEO and founder of Clarity, an end-to-end business advisory engine solution that helps accounting firms thrive by providing the structure, tools and plans to build better businesses as they scale.

For the last six years, Aynsley has been an Advisory Board Member with Free To Shine out of Siem Reap, Cambodia. Free To Shine is a professional and dynamic child protection organization educating girls in countries where trafficking and exploitation is prevalent. The organization strives to create and empower female leaders who shape their communities and country.

With nearly 32,000 Twitter followers, Damery took the largest leap of all our leaderboard participants this week of 239 spots from #288 this week landed him in the top fifty at #49!  Way to go, Aynsley! We’re honored to have you with us!

Close on Aynsley’s heels are Joey Havens @joeyhavenscpa out of Ridgeland, MS  who advanced 237 spots to land at #36, and Mark Lee @bookmarklee, out of London, who holds the #57 spot advancing from #193!  Keep up the momentum, Joey and Mark!    

Newest to the Leaderboard: Tim Petrey, CPA, CGMA, Tyler S Clark, Josh Youngblood, EA, Scott Patterson EA,CFP, Fred Toroni, CPA MBA, Kyle Johnson, CPA.

Check out this week’s Leaderboard here:

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How the leaderboard works: The Accounting Top 100 social media leaderboard uses an algorithm that scores and ranks users based on five separate metrics, each of which is weighted according to its perceived value. These five metrics are calculated every two weeks and combined to form a Power Score: a 1-100 value based on Rise.Global’s Relative Scoring Method. This Power Score determines a user’s rank on each new leaderboard release.

Want to see yourself rank even higher?

Remember, a new leaderboard with updated rankings is generated every two weeks, so keep up the great work on social media and watch your ranking climb.

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