Do you tweet, share on Facebook and hook up to contacts on LinkedIn? If so, you may have Klout. Who knew, but some conpanies will even measure your Klout score to see if you are a good fit for their company.
You can let Klout choose to troll as little or as much of your online presence as you feel comfortable with. From a business perspective, you may want to allow it access to LinkedIn and Twitter but not Facebook, especially if it is mostly for personal use. If you have a Facebook business page howeve, be sure to toss that into the mix.
The article was fascinating, although I am not sure exactly how useful it will be for most people. Using the internet for business and having an internet business are two different things. If your client base does business with you face-to-face, they may not care what your Klout score is, Just for interest's sake, my starting Klout score was 27 but after it had finished trollling, it rose to 36 out of a possible 100.Will I work to improve that score? You bet. After all, if you are reading this, you know I have an online presence. I just want other people to know this too.