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Social Influencer Sites: How Relevant Are They?

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#Analytics | Social Influencer Sites: How Relevant Are They http://t.co/n9idAV5adj #Klout #Kred #PeerIndex

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Randy Hilarski's curator insight, September 8, 2013 10:33 AM

I love using Kred, Klout and Empire Ave. These three influence scoring platforms tell me when my engagement has dropped off. Check out my article titled, "7 Actions Every Influencer can do on Klout Right Now".

http://www.randyhilarski.com/7-actions-every-influencer-can-do-on-klout-right-now/

Lynn O'Connell for O'Connell Meier's curator insight, February 3, 4:08 AM

My 2 cents: They matter if you're in social media or marketing, but obsessing about your score is pointless. Focus instead on your social media activity and ENGAGEMENT and score will follow.

Beckie Epke's curator insight, May 14, 1:27 AM

Brands are often trying to find someone who has a high social ranking to pass on the brands message. However if there message is given to a person with a high social ranking but has no connection to the brand then there is little point in using them, in fact a brand could get into trouble by doing this and completely miss their target market. For example Justin Beiber has a very high social status with thousand of followers on social media sites such as twitter however I doubt he would be used to advertise Mercedes. It is important to have a market maven who is relevant to your brand, like when ford gave free cars away to those most influential in the auto industry.  People are more likely to spend time with people with similar interests and outlooks to them. Happy people are more likely to spend time with other happy people, same as unhappy people surround themselves with unhappy people. This makes it crucial for brands to research who they are using to connect with. Companies may give a message to be passed on, which is then read in a completely different context when said by someone else and therefore wasting resources on people who wont deliver a successful outcome. 

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A Guide to Building Relationships with Influencers

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A relationship with a key influencer has one goal: growing your own brand's influence with your prospects, customers, users, and audience. Being an organized caretaker of the list is a crucial role. The way to achieve success ...

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Ron Sela's curator insight, August 23, 2013 1:47 PM

A Guide to Building Relationships with Influencers

Randy Hilarski's curator insight, August 23, 2013 3:50 PM

Building relationships is easier online, I have found that introverts tend to excel. Influencers usually love helping those who produce great content!

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How to Make Influencer Marketing Work for You

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Getting the right people excited and talking about your brand has always been one of the best tools in a marketer's toolbox.

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Ron Sela's curator insight, August 27, 2013 8:33 AM

How to Make Influencer Marketing Work for You