With the online buzz about Klout.com and how it is The standard measure of online influence. Some believe it is the next level of stature or how people will evaluate your true reach or influence over your followers, friends or family. Only time will tell!

Well with all being said, there were some Seattle Marketing Masterminds (@abelmind and @gknutson) that loved the idea and thus started “what the klout?” just over a month ago. When I asked them why to start this site, they replied: “We are just two marketing guys who wanted to learn more about Klout.com and have fun doing it.” Well, good job gentlemen! I hope Joe Fernandez (@JoeFernandez, CEO, and C0-Founder of Klouts') gives you a few extra Klouts' points for the amazing infographic!

Klout: A Infographic Love StoryAn Infographic Love Story

Posted by: Shane Barker


  1. Fun infographic! Thanks for sharing this! I’ve been brushing up on my Klout knowledge lately and this is a creative and informative way of adding to my knowledge base.

    Now if they’d add WP.org & Pinterest, I’d be thrilled. πŸ™‚


    1. Thanks for the comment Chrysta!

      I am agree with you 100%. WP.org, Pinterest and personal sites also (i.e. shanebarker.com) πŸ˜‰


  2. I read an interesting comment somewhere – that @Klout measures activity, not influence, because his score was always low on Mondays.

    1. Hey Ash….
      That is very interesting. I will have to do some research and look into that.

      Thanks for sharing!


    1. Hello Carolyn,
      It seems that a lot of people (including myself) have some concerns. Adding WP would be amazing and having a better idea on how big brother grades us would be great also. I am sure that the team at #Klout is listening.


  3. Hiya! I simply wish to give a huge thumbs up for the great data you’ve got here on this post. I will likely be coming again to your blog for extra soon.

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