See how your personality comes across on social media, and what that means for your social score, as we assess your activity based on five traits that commonly define an individual.
- Determines: curiosity, creativity, imagination, independence, spirit of adventure
- High level: lack of focus, unpredictability
- Low level: pragmatism, intolerance
- Determines: reliability, organisational skills, self-discipline, focus
- High level: obsessiveness, stubbornness
- Low level: spontaneity, flexibility, messiness
- Determines: energy, assertiveness, ability to show positive emotions, being talkative, sociable nature
- High level: exhibitionism
- Low level: shyness, egotistical behaviour
- Determines: compassion, cooperation, even temperament, altruism, trustworthiness
- High level: tendency to be submissive or naive
- Low level: untrustworthiness, unreliability, confrontational nature
- Determines: tendency to feel mainly negative emotions like anger, anxiety or vulnerability, lack of emotional control
- High level: reactive, unpredictable behaviour
- Low level: emotional stability, apathy
- Mentions of positivity in the workplace. Praising others and your own work
- Talking up about other people on social media
- Using positive language
- Mentions of negative work and/or work colleagues.
- Mentions of death
- Potential offensive language
Interacting with people who have high social scores positively affects your own digital footprint. See who’s closest to you on social media, along with their social scores.