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Pick the 10 most influential Twitter users of 2011!
It’s all on you now: We’re putting our list of 2011’s most influential Twitter users up for a vote.
First, we asked readers to correct our omission by suggesting women they believe should have been on the list. (Thanks again to Rachel Sklar for corralling the community and to all the contributors for such a great list of names to sort through.)
Second, we’re letting you rerank our list by voting for the Twitter users who had the most influence on you from our original list and the new additions.
Here are the rules: Polls are open until 8 p.m. Eastern/5 p.m. Pacific today, December 30. You can pick up to three names, so you don’t have to play favorites. (Update: The poll is closed.)
We’ll then run a new list with the top 10, ranked by your votes.
Did we miss someone? We’re always looking for amazing people to follow and cover, so suggest away in the comments or on Twitter.
(If you’re having trouble viewing the poll, you can enter your votes directly.)
Owen Thomas was the founding executive editor of the Daily Dot before becoming the editor in chief of Read Write. A former managing editor for Valleywag, Thomas also was an executive editor for VentureBeat and now serves as business editor for the San Francisco Chronicle.