Five questions Klout CEO Joe Fernandez can’t–or won’t answer
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Dutch blogger Martijn Linnsen has reviewed 18,000 Klout profiles captured prior to November 1 and found approximately 2.5% were no longer active as of December 1. This could mean hundreds of thousands of Klout profiles have been deleted by users since the “delete your profile” option was finally offered by Klout on November 1. I […]
Two weeks ago I wrote a post here called “Delete Your Klout Profile Now!” So far more than 10,000 people have read it on Social Media Today and another 2,000 on this blog. It’s been shared and re-tweeted more than 2,200 times. More important, several other bloggers and journalists have come out with posts […]
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AMA & Aquent Webinar: The Fabulous Collision of Search and Social
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