A great new way to measure your Influence and Outreach. Founders say “We all have Kred Somewhere!”
“On November 11, 2011, we generated a report on the scores of people who have Kred Influence greater than 200. We then divided everyone into ‘bands’ bounded by Influence scores of 50 [(201-250, 251-300… 951-1,000)] to build a distribution chart.About 42% of users in the analyzed group have Kred Influence scores between 201 and 450, 37% between 451 and 600, and the top 21% of users have scores above 600. Less than 0.1% of accounts studied have Kred over 800. Note that this chart is for Global Kred, meaning for a user’s Influence across all of Twitter. Scores and distributions within interest-based Communities may vary.”
It is interesting that their influence distribution score report was created on November 11, 2011. 11-11-11. May be a coincidence but that is a powerful set of numbers and so I the Kred scoring methods from what I can see. I finally feel that I have a score that is relevant to my social media driven profile and give KUDOS to the founders of Kred and to my friend, Peter at Marketing 8 in the UK for sharing videos on Kred and getting me to try it out! Thank Q.