Via Scoop.it – Content Curation, Social Media and Beyond
I personally think the way Klout measures influence and contribution is rather iffy and I’m happy about the topic pages because it’s a great way to curate content and connect with people of like minds. All sorts of opportunities are possible.Excerpt:Klout Topic Pages:Once we get to Klout, we find on TOPICS on the left menu.
This allows us to see the TOPICS a particular user is talking most about (and most recently) in their social circles. We find the TOPIC relevant to what we’re looking for and click on that. The result is the page to the right (click to enlarge).Not only can we find a list of “influentials” on the topic of cheesecase, but we can see some of their “fans” as well. We can dive deep into each users social content as well, providing they’ve linked their other social services to Klout.
If we’re looking for connections and content (our own meaning making for our own business), the Klout “score” is more of a secondary guide rather than the elephant sitting in the judgment chair.Remember the toggle: You can click right into a person’s Twitter or Facebook (or whatever) right from any of these Klout pages.http://www.converstations.com/2011/09/klout-topic-pages-small-business-can-connect-and-curate.html
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