| December 7, 2012

Want a Job Using Social Media? Work on Your Klout

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    [...] happened to stumble upon these two articles on how klout is being used as a metric for hiring somebody as well as a metric for student grades. They were gut-wrenching and nauseating reads to say the [...]

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    [...] Click here to view original web page at infospace.ischool.syr.edu Posted in Klout Score Tags: facebook, Klout Score, social media, twitter « Sam Fiorella Has No Klout… By Design Both comments and pings are currently closed. [...]

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    [...] happened to stumble upon these two articles on how klout is being used as a metric for hiring somebody as well as a metric for student grades. They were gut-wrenching and nauseating reads to say the [...]

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    [...] As you can read in his well-balanced article, I explained that I thought it was fair to consider Klout scores as one factor of many, especially when hiring for a job requiring influence in social media. [...]

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    [...] in whether hiring managers were using Klout scores in their hiring decisions. This post, originally published on the iSchool’s InfoSpace blog, is what I came up [...]

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    [...] Meltwater Social Media Examiner Syracuse University: Information Space Brian Solis intervju med Joe Fernandez Fast Company Argyle Social Marketing Land Jardenberg och [...]

  7. By Grading Students on Klout? – Geoff Campbell on January 12, 2013 at 1:39 pm
     

    [...] Editor’s note: This is the second post in a two-part series on social media influence tool Klout’s role both in the classroom and the hiring process. The first post can be found here. [...]

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    [...] written in-depth (Case Study: Broadcast AND Engagement Triumph in Social Media) and on-topic (Want a Job Using Social Media? Work on Your Klout) web posts. I’ve learned graphic design using Adobe CS6 (InDesign, Illustrator, and [...]

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    […] happened to stumble upon these two articles on how klout is being used as a metric for hiring somebody as well as a metric for student grades. They were gut-wrenching and nauseating reads to say the […]

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