The providers of Klout scores, Lithium Technologies, yesterday announced that they are stopping the Klout service including the provision of Klout scores from 25th May.
Rise.global has been offering scores from 1 to 100 based on social media activity for over 5 years. Our unique flexible scoring-engine allows you to quickly spinout your own klout-alternative social media influence score for each of your members. Consider using our Twitter score collectors to create your social media influence score based on your members twitter data – their posts, likes, mentions, replies, followers. Just like PwC have done so with their #PwC Global Power 100. If you’d like to create a similar score card, follow our guidance in How do I create a score card to track Twitter metrics?
Our Power 100 ScoreBooks used to use Klout scores but now use Kred scores.