About the author : Daniel Griffith
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Klout measures overall online influence
Similar to how a customer would rate a product on a scale from 1-10, Klout rates your influence in your personal social media world from 1-100. It pulls in different aspects of each of your social media platforms (Facebook Likes, Twitter, Follows and Retweets, Google +1’s, ect) and breaks it down to who you in influence and who you are influenced by.
Where ever you have an online presence, you have the opportunity to influence your online community by creating or sharing content that inspires actions such as likes, retweets, comments and more. The more engagement your posts receive, the more influential you are.
Evaluate your online influence
Klout provides you with insights to help you better understand your own influence:
- Do others trust your opinions?
- What topics are you influencing most?
- How do you compare with your friends?
It has proven to help users understand what actions need to be taken to further there social reach and influence.
Be sure to check out more benefits “Klout” offers and start keeping a record of how much you influence your audience.