Are you one of the top 10%, 5% and 1% of Kred Influencers? See your Kred score here.
“What does this mean?” or “What is the value of this?”
The Kred team went through our database, looked at the distribution of the scores and found the people in the top 10%, 5% and 1% of the curve. Kred works on a double logarithmic scale, and being in the top 1% is a remarkable achievement.
To understand how Kred arrives at the transparent influence and outreach scores please visit the Kred Scoring Guide. You will also find a distribution curve and a distribution of scores.
As far as how your top influencer score can be translated from the gold badge and used in the real world, Sally Falkow @sallyfalkow, the CEO of Meritus Media explains:
Having a good influence score makes it easier for Falkow and her team to interact with other influencers as bloggers respond to someone who they can see has a digital presence and has been active on social networks for some time. “We’re delighted with this recognition from Kred and we will display the Top 1% Influencer badge on our website, our blog and our Twitter feed,” says Falkow.
You Can Claim Rewards
As a top Kred Influencer you are likely to be eligible for various Kred Rewards. Everything from free Pantene products to invites to our exclusive VIP New York Influencers Summit. At the NY Summit next Wednesday February 6, two Kred Stars will also be awarded a free trip to our London Summit on March 27, 2013.
The amount of replies, congrats, retweets and sharing of our subscribers’ top scores has been incredible. Many have been asking and yes, we will be releasing the gold top influencer badge icon soon for you to share on your social profiles.
The email is praise, the gold badge is recognition and your Kred score is a set of statistics that backs it up.
Now go forth and spread the Kred.