How effective is Klout’s new system?

Posted on November 15, 2011 by admin | No Comments

Klout (a tool to measure the influence/reach of a person on social media networks like Twitter, Facebook, etc) just made some changes to their formulas. As a result, some people who depend on their stellar score for free and money shit from advertisers just saw a pretty significant drop in their scores.

The author of the article below talks about the whole Klout system and whether or not it’s a relevant tool for measuring someone’s impact on the world wide web.

Go read it. Especially if you’re an ad person and you don’t know what Klout is.

Source: http://adage.com/article/digitalnext/hey-klout-measuring/230997/

(Please note that Klout says I’m influential in “Jewish” because I posted a tweet about The Bear Jew in Inglorious Basterds)

 

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