Do you have Klout?
Everyone has influence, and Klout has made it their mission to tell each of us what that is. They accomplish this by using data from your social networks (including Twitter) to gauge your Klout Score, which is a number between 1 and 100. The average Klout score is actually 20, so anything above this means you have more Klout than your common or garden social networker. And as your score increases, it becomes exponentially harder to increase your Klout.
But there are things you can do to proactively boost your score and, more importantly, keep it as high as possible. Sure, it’s a bit of a game, but (even if you’re a skeptic) many businesses do pay close attention to Klout scores when vetting people online, so there’s certainly no real downside to boasting a high number.
This infographic from KloutScoreBook.com proposes 4 ways to boost your score.