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  1. 19 April 2012 9:05 am

    I’ve invited you to Klout before, but I figured you weren’t interested. :-p

    I find Klout pretty interesting. It works quite well on Facebook, and in fact shows that I’m more influential on Facebook than Twitter. The figuring of your topics can be a bit stupid, and yes, that is still a work in progress.

    Your retweets are going to affect Klout’s reckoning of the people you influence (but those only update once every 7 days), and your Klout score itself (which updates once a day). Give it a few weeks, though, before you see a figure that truly reflects your activities on all the networks you’ve added.

    • 19 April 2012 10:50 am

      Sorry if I didn’t appear to be interested in your invitation — perhaps it came at a busy time. I saw it yesterday when an engagement had been cancelled, so was just faffing around!

      I’ll give Klout a bit more time and see how it works after a week or two.

    • 20 April 2012 8:21 am

      I see Klout has now caught up with my Facebook stuff, and it may become more interesting as it catches up with other sites, but I have another gripe.

      I wanted to add “Missiology”, which is my academic speciality, as well as that of a lot of other people in my network, but it would not let me.

      The nearest I could find was “Theology”, which is fine as a generic topic, but I also saw “The California Pacific School of Theology (Japan)”. That is a really silly topic — if you are going to add one theology school, you should add them all, but surely a “topic” is for a discipline, not a single institution.

      So how come one single school can have a topic all to itself, while a whole discipline, Missiology (aka Mission Studies), which is found in hundreds of schools around the world, has no topic at all?

      And why it thinks I am influential about New Orleans saints is a mystery of mysteries. I know a little about British saints, Ethiopian saints, Russian saints, Palestinian saints — but New Orleans saints? Nada, zilch, nowt, boggerol.

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