A new application called Tweetvalue claims to be able to assess the value of your tweets.
The BBC's Maggie Sheils (Twitter value $62) blogs that Tweetvalue says the service was created in four hours by the Swedish entrepreneur and developer Jonas Lejon and is "calculated with a Ph.D algoritm that is based on the public information available on your Twitter profile"
Top of the Tweetvalue tree is Barack Obama at $41,150.
Type in any Twitterer's name and you get their value. A random selection of those I follow reveals: Stephen Fry is worth $5,552, Jonathan Ross $866, Iain Dale $275, and No10 (downingstreet) $1999.
Me? I'm worth all of $9.