Via Scoop.it – internetbillboards
Klout has quietly added WordPress to its algorithm in an attempt to make Klout Scores more relevant. When Klout announced in mid-September that Blogger and Tumblr would play a role in determining your Kloutscore, WordPress users immediately asked, “What about us?”Klout responded by quietly adding WordPress to its scoring system, which already factors in 11 other services: Blogger, Facebook, Flickr, Foursquare, Google+, Instagram, Last.fm, LinkedIn, Tumblr, Twitter and YouTube.
Unlike its integration with those services, Klout didn’t publicly reveal the WordPress addition, but we noticed the WordPress button on the Klout dashboard anyway. “People love WordPress and have put a ton of effort creating their blogs and building and influencing their audience,” Klout CEO Joe Fernandez told Mashable. “Our goal is to measure influence everywhere it occurs. [Posterous, Quora, Yelp] and and many others are on our roadmap.”
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