Klout measures influence based on the ability to drive action across the social web. Any person can connect their social network accounts and Klout will generate a score on a scale of 1-100 that represents their ability to engage other people and inspire social actions. Klout enables everyone to gain insights that help them better understand how they influence others. Klout also provides people with opportunities to shape and be recognized for their influence.
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San Francisco, US
Klout was founded in 2008 and is headquartered in San Francisco, US
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Klout was awful and I’m glad it’s dead

Klout is dead. On May 25, the plug will finally be pulled on social media’s reputation watchdog. No more will it rank “social media gurus,” “influencers,” and other assorted nebulous gobshites by a criteria that was arbitrary and didn’t make sense. Klout scores, once carefully cultivated like an opi…

Social influence platform Klout to shut down on May 25

Klout, the online social influence platform founded way back in 2008, is closing down on May 25. The San Francisco-based startup, which had raised around $40 million in funding from some big-name investors, was acquired by social customer service company Lithium Technologies for a reported $200 mill…

RIP Klout

Remember Klout? The influencer market service that purportedly let social media influencers get free stuff is finally closing its doors this month. Perhaps, like me, you’re surprised that Klout is still running in 2018, but time is nearly up. The closure will happen May 25 — you have until then to s…

In praise of Klout, now that it’s going away

It never became a standard tool for measuring influence. But it was weirdly influential itself, if the jokes it inspired are any indication. Tragic news: Klout, the once-famous service that measured the influence of individuals on social media such as Twitter using a 1-100 benchmark called the Klout…

Klout, the $200 million website that measured how important you are on social media with one number, is shutting down

Klout, a startup that measured how important you are on social media, is shutting down by the end of the month.  It was bought for $200 million in 2014. It's the end of an era for social media influencers and wannabe-influencers.  Klout, one of the buzziest tech startups circa 2011, announced on…
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