Social Influence – Changing Minds. Changing Lives.

Elite 1%

Trifecta For Klout, Kred & Klear.com

 
 
 
 

The Top 1% of the Top 1% of the Top 1%

 
What happens when you score the top 
.01% .05% and top1% in all forms
of social media measurement and all sites?
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

So Klout as taken from Mashable Klout has built more than 100 million profiles.

 
 





 
 
 

Klout is not an “opt-in” service, but individuals who register at Klout can ensure that all of their social networks are accessed and therefore evaluated in their Klout scores.


Are You a Klout expert on a subject?

A fawhile back Klout rolled out a few new features. One of them was Klout expert.

The new Klout expert feature lets you know where you are most influential online. Are you really an influencer in a subject? Klout will let you know.

Are you a Klout Expert on a subject?

You can now go to different topics and see who the influencers in the world are about that particular subject.

What does Klout use to rank Klout experts?-

Klout itself is a big data algorithm that combs the web looking for influencers about subjects. The social media platforms used to rank Klout experts include.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Facebook Twitter Google Instagram LinkedIn & Foursquare Blogger

 
 
 


    Tumblr,WordPress.com,Youtube,Flickr
 Last.fm,Yammer, Klout ALSO Wikipedia
 


Kred is a dual score to distinguish a person’s Influence (the likelihood that someone will

 trust a person and act upon their posts) and
 Outreach (the propensity to share other

 people’s content forward).

 


 


 
 

 Kred provides influence measure based upon an openly-published algorithm.

 
 
 

 

Perhaps I have influence because I speak with CEO’S like Jodee Rich CEO of People Browsr and more.

 
 
 
 
 
 Now Kred is an influence measure run by             PeopleBrowsr similarly to dotCEO and dotBEST
 
 Kred launched Kred Story, which uses social media data and influence measurement to produce a personal visual stream from activity on a Twitter ID or hashtag.
 
I also won Kred influencer of the month
 
 

Kred provides separate scores for a user’s overall social network participation as well as its affiliation with interest-based communities



In addition, a person is included as a member of a community if they are found to have high Influence within that community

Kred is unique in providing a fully transparent view of the actions that compose any user’s score

 

Then we have Klear – formerly twtrland

 

Klear is one of the most impressive social media software efforts seen. 

I was blown away! Klear measures what matters! It’s one of my persistent tabs now

 

From the intuitive interface to the powerful tools to the sheer density of useful information, the Klear team has built something every professional social marketer will find invaluable in their efforts.

Here is my current breakdown of my Klout score.

These numbers change fractionally daily, but Facebook (I have my fan page connected) that gets 80 likes per post and has 22k followers.

Twitter 110k followers and 150 RT’s per day are always my two top platforms.

Followed by instagram 35,000 follower then Google plus with 100,000 followers.

There is 250,000 followers right there.

Here is my current breakdown of my Klout score.

These numbers change fractionally daily, but Facebook (I have my fan page connected) that gets 80 likes per post and has 22k followers.

Twitter 110k followers and 150 RT’s per day are always my two top platforms.

Followed by instagram 35,000 follower then Google plus with 100,000 followers.

There is 250,000 followers right there.

With Kred they look at mentions outreach and even real life moments. Then With KLEAR they use twitters entire usr base once you sync in so over 100 million there.

Whether you believe in these metrics one thing is certain to score in the top of the top in every single one means you should be a success on social media bottom line.

I can say that I am more then I ever imagined. What are your scores?

What do you think?
Do they help you?
Let me know!

 

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