Klout Score Now Takes Into Account Instagram Data

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Klout has just announced that its adding another element into your influence score: Instagram.

"Instagram generates some of social media’s most beautiful and engaging content, and is one of the most highly-requested networks by Klout users. Starting this week, all your Instagram activities will be part of your Klout Score, and your most popular photos will appear in your Klout Moments. We are rolling out this integration by phases so some of our users might have seen their score increase due to Instagram before this post," says the company on its blog.

Klout is also announcing more fruit from its partnership with Bing. Starting today, you can connect your Klout account to Bing. And in the future, search results will being to factor into your Klout score.

Bing and Klout first announced their partnership back in September of last year. Shortly after that, Klout began to take into account Facebook Pages.


"Bing is now displaying Klout Scores for high-profile professionals and socially active influencers right in Bing search results. At a glance, it is easy to see an influencer’s Klout Score and expertise without having to click any further."

Earlier this month, Klout launched Klout for Business so the businesses can "find the influencers in your audience.”

Josh Wolford
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