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17 Alternatives to Klout

17 Alternatives to Klout | Business Wales - Socially Speaking | Scoop.it
As we wrote about earlier this week, Klout has reworked its algorithms, and your scores have changed. Some have gone up, some down. Despite claiming more transparency with their algorithms, they are still mostly opaque and mysterious.
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Watch Out For New, Improved Klout - launching next week . . .

Watch Out For New, Improved Klout - launching next week . . . | Business Wales - Socially Speaking | Scoop.it

Klout are delivering a series of changes next week which they believe will make their influence analytics more accurate than ever. One of the changes is around transparency - you will be able to understand your Klout score much better . . .

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Next Week You May Not Have As Much Klout As You Thought

Next Week You May Not Have As Much Klout As You Thought | Business Wales - Socially Speaking | Scoop.it

New Klout accuracy measures may mean you're not as influential as you thought you were...

 

In a post on the Klout corporate blog yesterday, founder and CEO of Klout, Joe Fernandez, announced a new algorithm for Klout will be released next week: "I am incredibly proud of the work the team has done and I am excited to announce the biggest improvement to the Klout Score in our history is launching next week."

 

He went over 4 main criteria: Amplification, Network Impact, Accuracy and Transparency and Ability to Drive Action

 

The overwhelming tone of the post was that you aren't influential because you're talk a lot, you're influential who you talk TO (and who replies). An example cited was if someone rarely likes or comments on anyone’s posts, but chooses to do so to yours, that is more meaningful than if they like 60 posts a day...


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6 Ways to Measure Your Social Media Results - from the Altimeter Group

6 Ways to Measure Your Social Media Results - from the Altimeter Group | Business Wales - Socially Speaking | Scoop.it

How to develop a robust framework for tying your social media performance to your business goals  . . .

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