How influential is your digital footprint?
PeekYou, founded in 2006, helps answer that question by scanning "content from over sixty social sites, news sources, homepages and blog platforms," to identify an extensive record of a person's digital activity (similar to social media analysis service Klout).
Mashable touted the website in 2007, when the company added Google integration. "PeekYou makes people search worthwhile," Mashable wrote at the time.
Here's how the system works: Web users are given a "PeekScore," which ranks their internet importance from one to 10, based on social networking statistics, blog usage, number of friends or followers, and so on. The higher your PeekScore, the more digital value you hold. Currently, PeekYou has identified "over 250 million people as the authors of over 3 billion public URLs," according to a press release emailed to The Huffington Post.
Apple's co-founder and former CEO, the late Steve Jobs, consistently received a 10 out of 10 for his PeekScore, highlighting his obvious Internet status. As a "very small tribute to his legacy," the PeekYou team conducted a test in a "to see how the current Apple team stacked up in comparison, per PeekYou's website.
Check out the executive's scores in the gallery below. Is your personal score higher than any of these Apple employee's rankings? Let us know in the comments section, or tweet your score to us at [@HuffPostTech].
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