Topdeejays.com, global DJ database and social network chart has been launched!

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Topdeejays.com website features more than 1200 DJs organized by their genres, home countries and popularity on social networks. The goal is to create the biggest database and most relevant chart with the help of EDM community.

Fans can browse through their favorite artist’s media feed where they can listen to tracks from Soundcloud and Beatport or watch videos from YouTube. It’s a one-stop-shop for all true fans who want to keep track on their artists’ latest work. It is also a valuable resource for promoters who want to get an idea about which artist to book for their events.

DJs are ranked using a special criteria the authors came up with. Topdeejays.com measures the number of users from an artist’s Facebook page, Twitter profile, Google plus, Soundcloud, MySpace, YouTube and Last.fm. The algorithm calculates the aggregate number of all fans of all listed DJs for a certain social network and converts them into a unique measurement – TDJ points by using an exchange rate by which each participating social media’s members are valued. It isn’t really complicated and the authors describe the method in detail on the website. The site also ranks artists by genre and country and also by every social network available, so everyone can check who is the alpha bird on Twitter, how much advantage world’s number one DJ has on Facebook and who is the most listened artist on Last.fm.

The authors of Topdeejays.com count on EDM fans to contribute to the growth of their DJ list by adding DJs that are not already listed. All visitors have to do is go to www.topdeejays.com and paste links to their DJs’ social media profiles into a dedicated form.

Written by Dan Petrovic

Dan Petrovic, the managing director of DEJAN, is Australia’s best-known name in the field of search engine optimisation. Dan is a web author, innovator and a highly regarded search industry event speaker. In addition to industry leadership, Dan also maintains an active academic life as an adjunct lecturer and the chairman of the Industry Advisory Board for the School of Marketing at Griffith University.


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