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October 26, 2011


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I agree. My Klout score isn't important to me; it's the personal feedback and relationships built that prove the worth of social media involvement.
As more companies appear on social media, too many of them just talk but don't listen or respond. I want our followers to know they matter because they are real people, not because having more of them boasts some score.


Issue is - that with so few "measures" of social media - employers, etc are giving much weight to Klout.

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