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Klout the Final Chapter

Once Upon a Time With Klout….The Final Chapters

“We believe influence is the ability to drive action.”
Since when did the premise that simply “believing” something give one the ability to define anything as true? If I believe that chocolate makes one hungry, is that the “Standard” of hunger?
How can we trust our reputations and our own brands to a company who simply “believes” they are the standard measurement in which only their “belief” defines what it is that they measure? Be very careful. Klout is playing a very dangerous game with our brands. Klout maintains their claim that they are not selling our data. However, I will make a case today that will show you that Klout not only sells our data but also engages in activity that is a direct breach of the terms and conditions of Twitter’s public API.

Is Klout Really Accessing Your Protected Tweets?

Over the weekend I checked hundreds of protected Twitter accounts that also were unregistered with Klout. I was shocked to discover that all the protected, unregistered accounts had a Klout profile complete with assigned topics and Klout scores as low as 10 but also as high as 77.

The Klout Story – Part 1 – Are You Reading Between The Lines?

I recently read the post “Does Klout Matter?” In my option, Klout doesn’t and shouldn’t matter. Not at least until the executives team at Klout answer some basic questions and begin to institute some transparency with and for their users. But to many members of online and offline communities, Klout matters because they simply believe it increases the power of their influence.

12 Most Common Elements of Effective Social Media Policies

Use of social media platforms such as LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook and now Google+ has become prevalent in people’s lives and in their workplaces. Facebook has more than 700 million users — that is one in every nine people on earth — and half of them log in daily.

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