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Influence Points from Twitter
We award 10 points for common actions that people take because of you, like replying to you or retweet your content. You receive more Points if the influenced person has more than 10,000 followers.
Influence Points from Facebook
We award Influence Points when somebody takes an action on your Facebook content, including Mentions, Comments, Shares and Likes. To receive Influence Points from Facebook, you must first add your Facebook account to your Kred profile. We then award Influence Points for interactions that take place on your wall. You also receive points for interactions on the walls of others who have registered their Facebook account with Kred.
Add Facebook to your Kred profile and get your friends to register too. Then we can give Influence Points for your interactions on their wall, and you will receive more Kred!Influence Scoring Distribution
On November 11, 2011, we generated a report on the scores of people who have Kred Influence greater than 200. We then divided everyone into bands bounded by Influence scores of 50 [(201-250, 251-300... 951-1,000)] to build a distribution chart.
About 42% of accounts in the analyzed group have Kred Influence scores between 201 and 450, 37% between 451 and 600, and the top 21% of @names have scores about 600. Less than 0.1% of accounts studied have Kred over 800.