Do LinkedIn members view Klout scoring as a credible measure of individual influence and reach? Let's ask!

I was fortunate to read through today's RBC Daily Update to find the subject matter addressed the Klout score as a measurable credential. I had recently thought about this subject myself. Subsequently, I launched a poll on LinkedIn (and shared it on FaceBook) just a few days ago. This poll was targeted at assessing the real influence that Klout scoring has among career-minded professionals who are somewhat active on LinkedIn, Twitter, and FaceBook.


Many of us strive to develop our personal brand on the web. This poll seeks to determine which web tools are used to evaluate the reach and influence of our web presence. Below is the poll question. Log into your LinkedIn account, find and take the LinkedIn poll, share the poll throughout your LinkedIn and FaceBook networks as well as with all your relevant discussion groups, and periodically view the results as they continue to accumulate.  Hopefully, this poll will generate some illuminating results and a few lively discussions that can be fed back to Google, Klout, PROskore, and others in this influence & reach game. I'll be happy to share the results with all as soon as this poll closes out in about 30 days.
Vote on this LinkedIn Poll to see the results divided by age, seniority, and gender. Use Polls to leverage the collective wisdom of millions of business professionals on LinkedIn.


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