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Klout Expert Advice | Strategy for gaining new followers on Twitter.

Klout Expert Advice | Strategy for gaining new followers on Twitter. | "#Google+, +1, Facebook, Twitter, Scoop, Foursquare, Empire Avenue, Klout and more" | Scoop.it
Klout is the Standard for Influence. Join Klout to discover your influence and compare with others you may know.

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Zbynek Kysela ✔'s curator insight, April 3, 2013 4:03 AM

I use Tweetadder for this purpose.

Store as many tweets I want and tweet them when I want.

Retweet whatever accounts I like however often I like.

Automatically follow, unfollow and much more.

Results are awesome and there are no monthly fees like in other apps..

 

Link ---> http://bit.ly/tweetadderPRO

Thomas Wooldridge's comment, April 5, 2013 6:37 AM
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Zbynek Kysela ✔'s comment, April 9, 2013 4:59 PM
I use 5 account version. The price was $74 There are also 1/10/Unlimited account versions and free DEMO. Link ---> http://bit.ly/tweetadderPRO
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7 top tools to measure performance & influence on Twitter

7 top tools to measure performance & influence on Twitter | "#Google+, +1, Facebook, Twitter, Scoop, Foursquare, Empire Avenue, Klout and more" | Scoop.it
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Where to find stats, metrics & analytics for you & your brand
Target audience: Nonprofits, NGOs, cause organizations, social enterprises, businesses, brands, bloggers, social media managers, individuals.


This is the part of our ongoing series on how organizations can get the most out of Twitter. Please check back weekly for the next installment.


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The Write Connection's comment, November 9, 2011 5:05 PM
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Is Klout Really an Ad Network? Allen Stern

Is Klout Really an Ad Network? Allen Stern | "#Google+, +1, Facebook, Twitter, Scoop, Foursquare, Empire Avenue, Klout and more" | Scoop.it

For a while now, I’ve started to wonder if Klout is really just another advertising play/network wrapped up in a score which is wrapped up in a game?

Here is how the Klout advertising network works:

1. company (probably via their “social media agency”) wants to get some buzz going about their product/service

2. company hires Klout to share their product/service
3. Klout picks out users based on their score in a vertical
4. Users get the freebies and shill for said product
5. Company gets lots of tweets on Twitter (and tons of mentions for Klout as a side benefit)

What I don’t know is whether this ad network actually delivers value.

 


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Why Klout Matters

Why Klout Matters | "#Google+, +1, Facebook, Twitter, Scoop, Foursquare, Empire Avenue, Klout and more" | Scoop.it

Whether you like or dislike Klout, fortunately or unfortunately this is what we have to work with today.

 

Intro:

 

Are you still one of those folks who thinks Klout is stupid? It's time to look at the facts and consider this as an important business development.

 

Here's what caught my attention:

 

Content is power.

 

The ability to create and move content is the absolute key to online influence. So think about this — To the extent that you could actually measure that, wouldn’t you also be creating an indicator of relative influence?

 

That’s what Klout is trying to do. They are finding the people who are experts at creating, aggregating, and sharing content that moves online. Nothing more.

That may seem rather simple but it’s actually complex, and from an academic and business point of view, a significant development.

 

“Influence” has been one of the most studied aspects of politics, marketing, sociology, and psychology and yet it has never really been measured in a statistically valid way. Until now. People creating content is an action. Having a link clicked, or a message re-tweeted, is an effect. Finally, there is something to measure in this field.

 

http://www.businessesgrow.com/2011/09/12/why-klout-matters-a-lot/


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What Kind of Online Influencer Are You? The Klout Influence Matrix

What Kind of Online Influencer Are You? The Klout Influence Matrix | "#Google+, +1, Facebook, Twitter, Scoop, Foursquare, Empire Avenue, Klout and more" | Scoop.it

Robin Good: According to Klout there are at least 16 different types of online influencers, ranging from those who love to actively share and participate, to those who more quitely like to explore, observe and report.  

 

The Klout Influence Matrix identifies these specific 16 types:

Curator Broadcaster Syndicator  Feeder Tastemaker Celebrity Thought Leader Pundit Dabbler Conversationalist Observer Explorer Socializer Networker Activist Specialist

 

Source: Klout.com Full image matrix: http://www.jkspeaks.com/wordpress/wp-content/uploads/2011/10/klout-influence-matrix2.jpg 

   As in my case, you may likely feel that you belong in more than one of these categories.
  What matters is your ability to develop greater sensitivity for the differences that make up these profiles and to cull more attentively those that you feel are closer to your character and objectives.
  Check also Lisa Barone, co-founder of the firm Outspoken Media (New York), who in contrast, proposes a simpler list in Small Business Trends: The Five Types of Influencers On The Web.

Interesting. 8/10
(Thanks to Raymond Morin)


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5 Tips To Improve Your Social Influence Beyond Your Klout

5 Tips To Improve Your Social Influence Beyond Your Klout | "#Google+, +1, Facebook, Twitter, Scoop, Foursquare, Empire Avenue, Klout and more" | Scoop.it

The last time I used the phrase "social influence" in a face-to-face conversation at a business luncheon for small businesses, one of the owners sighed:

 

"Another buzzword they want to stick down on our throats."

 

"Well," I told her, "you know online marketing? PR? Elevator pitch? ROI? Sustainability? They are all buzzwords. Because like it or not, they are part of our business success."

 

But she's made me think: buzzwords have a negative baggage. Are you really aware what social influence is? Why is it important and how can you use it to your advantage? Let me share some quick tips with you how to turn it to your advantage...


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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 | "#Google+, +1, Facebook, Twitter, Scoop, Foursquare, Empire Avenue, Klout and more" | 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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