Now, Klout has added new ways to measure your score giving most people a boost. Here’s what’s new on Klout:
More actions from Facebook, Twitter, Google+ and more, and for the first time, incorporates Wikipedia as a signal. The actions it measures are: likes, comments, subscribers, wall posts and mentions. One of the new actions I found interesting is the LinkedIn Title. Your reported title on LinkedIn is a signal of your real-world influence.
It has a new site design that highlights your best content from across your chosen connected networks.
MOMENTS: A moment is a social media post that has generated action from the people in your networks. You can see who responded to your content, what network it was published on, and the overall impact of that content. This feature will be coming soon.
It also will have better accuracy with significantly broader data sets and signals, factoring in 400 different social media signals, which improves from the previous 100 signals.
Since the changes, my score has jumped up 14 points to 69. Have you seen a change in your Klout score? Do you use Klout for influence measuring? I would love to get your feedback. Please leave me a comment. Thanks!