How To Increase Your Klout Score [PART 1]

with 22 Comments

1. Don’t work to increase your Klout score.

2. Do:

  • build relationships
  • offer value first
  • listen for pain points and solve them
  • become a better writer
  • raise up others
  • empower your community

Read PART 2 here.

22 Responses

  1. Scott Hepburn
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    Amen!

  2. Megan Berry
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    Hey Jason,nnThis is a great article. You’ve figured it out ;)nn-Megann@meganberrynMarketing Manager, Klout

  3. Megan Berry
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    Hey Jason,nnThis is a great article. You’ve figured it out ;)nn-Megann@meganberrynMarketing Manager, Klout

  4. Natalie
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    Short article but it says it all :-)nnNatalien@natalietweetie

  5. jakrose
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    haha. thanks Megan. You will like part 2 even better = )

  6. jakrose
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    sometimes there a few words is all you need. thanks for the comment Natalie.

  7. jakrose
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    And for my next miracle. Thanks for stopping by Scott.

  8. Summer Joy
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    Nice. Raise up others…not just people with a Klout score of 8 billion. Short and to the point. Well done :)

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  10. Jackie Ng
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    I so agree with you Jason. The numbers do not reflect the true value of someone. I wish that everybody gets it. Thanks for that post.

  11. Cristian Gonzales
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    Nice points, however, I’m not so sure Klout is telling anyone to not do any of the things you just listed (i.e. build relationships, offer value first, listen for paint points and solve them, etc.)nnKlout is simply trying to find a way to measure influence among social media, which is an ambitious undertaking to say the least. Klout isn’t telling anyone, or any agency, to stop doing things which will help them become better at their profession. What Klout is aiming for is something different.

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    It is true that people value authenticity. When you are real in your efforts for yourself and someone else, it is a natural boost.

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  14. ZuDfunck
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    I see what you did there.nSucked me in with a catchy title to your postnThen put it back on me to do what I already know I need to do.nShame on me…

  15. ZuDfunck
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    I see what you did there.nSucked me in with a catchy title to your postnThen put it back on me to do what I already know I need to do.nShame on me…

  16. jakrose
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    Ha. nothing that sinister. We all click on these things. The discussion is what I am after. Always. Thanks for reading and commenting.

  17. jakrose
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    agreed. Real trumps everything.

  18. jakrose
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    Agreed. Nothing against Klout, just those obsessed with their “score”

  19. jakrose
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    Thank you for commenting.

  20. jakrose
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    Thanks Summer. I just added 1900 points to your Kloout. You would love the +1 idea Klout is thinking about. Giving credit to others that could affect their Klout score.

  21. Summer Joy
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    assuming you will be writing a post on what Klout is up to… Can’t wait. ;)

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