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What Charlie Sheen, Kim Kardashian & Snoop Dogg Have in Common

REPUBLIC OF BROWN: All were helped by Tweetmaster, Arnie Gullov-Singh and his team at – the rapidly growing company handling celebrity endorsements for Twitter. Read the full story on Republic Of Brown.

Beverly Hills, CA – January 11, 2011 – Adly, which runs celebrity endorsements in social media, today announced the debut of its Consumer Influence Index.

The index – a top 10 list revealing which celebrities drive the most consumer traffic to advertisers’ sites – ranks Lauren Conrad as the most influential celebrity online for Q4, 2010 – followed by Kim Kardashian, Khloe Kardashian, and then rapper Snoop Dogg.

“If people are the new publishers, then people are also the future of advertising, and celebrities are the new ‘prime time’,” said Arnie Gullov-Singh, CEO, Adly, Inc. “That’s why we define influence as the ability to get people to visit places on the Web. This simple metric is essential to social media marketing. It’s how brands will decide where to spend their money.”

During the Q4 holiday shopping season, top Adly celebrities distinguished themselves as tastemakers in entertainment, fashion, consumer electronics and more. The following celebrities drove the most consumer traffic to advertisers’ campaign landing pages, Q4 holiday promotions and more:

1.) Lauren Conrad – 9.4 times Adly’s celebrity average
2.) Kim Kardashian – 8.7 times Adly’s celebrity average
3.) Khloe Kardashian – 8.5 times Adly’s celebrity average
4.) Snoop Dogg – 8.2 times Adly’s celebrity average
5.) Kourtney Kardashian – 7.9 times Adly’s celebrity average
6.) Paul Pierce – 7.9 times Adly’s celebrity average
7.) Michael Ian Black – 7.4 times Adly’s celebrity average
8.) Jenny McCarthy – 7.3 times Adly’s celebrity average
9.) Lamar Odom – 7.0 times Adly’s celebrity average
10.) Mark Cuban – 7.0 times Adly’s celebrity average

About the Adly Consumer Influence Index
The Adly Consumer Influence Index ranks celebrities in the Adly Influencer Network by a variety of factors to identify the most effective endorsers over a given period of time, in a particular vertical market, or in a specific demographic, etc. It uses Adly’s proprietary internal ranking system to normalize performance data and establish ‘celebrity averages’ for a variety of engagement and performance indicators.

About Adly

Adly runs celebrity endorsements in social media. We help brands connect with consumers via today’s most influential celebrities, athletes and artists on Facebook, Twitter and more. Adly is pioneering the celebrity endorsement market in digital media, tapping the $50 billion global spend on endorsements as well as the $35 billion global spend in digital advertising. In just 15 months, we have run 20,000 endorsements for 150 top brands. Based in Beverly Hills, we have raised over $6 million in venture capital from GRP Partners, Greycroft Partners and prominent angel investors.

BUSINESSWEEK: Celebrities have been endorsing products since before talkies., a 22-person operation run out of a small suite of offices in Los Angeles, is pioneering what it calls the “micro-endorsement.” Since its launch in September 2009, it has crafted more than 20,000 endorsements for more than 150 brands. Read the full story on BusinessWeek.

THE MAIL ONLINE (UK): The 30-year-old is laughing all the way to the bank, as it was announced she has topped a list of high-earning reality TV stars after raking in an estimated US$6 million this year alone. Read the full story in the Mail Online (UK).

VIBE MAGAZINE: What people see as tweets, we view as fantastic content that’s not being compensated. Read the full story on Vibe Magazine.

THE SYDNEY MORNING HERALD: US celebrities like Kim Kardashian, Lindsay Lohan and Snoop Dogg are reportedly already enjoying large one-off payments to promote brands and products on Twitter. Read the full story on The Sydney Morning Herald (Australia).

Los Angeles Business Journal: West Hollywood online advertising broker connects tweeting celebrities with products. The company pays the “influencers” – celebrities with a big Twitter following such as Kim Kardashian and “Real Housewives of New York” star Bethenny Frankel – to tweet as part of its marketing campaigns. Read the full story on the Los Angeles Business Journal.