Updated Klout Tutorial

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It has been a while since I have recorded a Klout tutorial. I do apologize for the sound as it is slightly muffled. My headset is wearing down a bit and will be getting around to getting a new one soon.

  • An overview of the Klout profile
  • Scheduling and sharing content that is relevant to your topics in your dashboard
  • What contributes to the score
  • The new way to add or remove topics

As well as a few other things!

Here is the tutorial and will keep updates more constant than I have!

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4 Responses to Updated Klout Tutorial

  1. Chad June 2, 2014 at 1:02 am #

    Thank you for the heads up. Klout confuses me now, and I appreciate you helping to clear some of this up.

    • Miriam June 2, 2014 at 1:38 am #

      Glad I helped clear things up for you Chad.

  2. Deborah A. Ten Brink September 26, 2014 at 4:31 am #

    Miriam, I am so grateful that you provided this information. I have a Klout account but to be honest, most people have told me it isn’t very important?

    After watching your video, I went to my account, set up topics of interest, and saw the features you spoke about. I didn’t even know we could schedule posts, and share from within Klout!

    I love learning new things. Thank you for sharing with us your knowledge. 🙂

    Deborah A. Ten Brink recently posted..Branding Your New Business

    • Miriam September 26, 2014 at 4:27 pm #

      Thanks for commenting Deborah and glad you found it helpful. Most people are not aware that it is indeed important when it comes to the fact that others look at your score if you are the one who is aiming to become a thought leader in a particular niche. Klout scores do indeed matter for authors, coaches, other entrepreneur of various niches. If your business is a local restaurant, or plumbing company, or a local shoppe, Klout is not so important however having a strong social media presence does for reputation reasons mostly.

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