Likes UP: Klout Thought Leader
Klout is now kaput.
Effective, May 25, 2018, Lithium.com has sunset the Klout service and its website and service are now closed.
The Klout acquisition provided Lithium with valuable artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning capabilities, but Klout as a standalone service is now closed. To the loyal Klouters – keep influencing!
Likes UP: Klout Thought Leader Sherrie Rose
Klout pulls the description from your Twitter Description.
The social networks that are highlighted are in use.
The Klout Score is noted on the big bold numbers. It can change anytime.
The influential topics are noted in this case:
- Entrepreneurship (Entrepreneur, Entrepreneur’s Way, Internet Lifestyle)
- Dating (Love, The Love Bucket, Love Linguist, LOVEMATISM)
- Writing (Author, Blogger)
The Klout Score measures influence based on your ability to drive action. Every time you create content or engage you influence others.
The Klout Score is determined by and uses data from social networks in order to measure:
- True Reach: How many people you influence
- Amplification: How much you influence them
- Network Impact: The influence of your network
From Klout’s website:
Your True Reach is the number of people you influence. We filter out spam and bots and focus on the people who are acting on your content. When you post a message, these people tend to respond or share it.
Your Amplification is how much you influence people. When you post a message, how many people respond to it or spread it further? If people often act upon your content you have a high Amplification score.
Your Network indicates the influence of the people in your True Reach. How often do top Influencers share and respond to your content? When they do so, they are increasing your Network score.
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