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Social influence-ranking service Klout is an odd thing: it thinks Blackberry users are more important than Android Users. In truth, its rankings don't intuitively seem to make much sense -- and here's some evidence that supports that statement.
The internet afford book deals to dogs, and it can turn a shrill teenager into a Billboard chart-topper. From today a Klout score of 40 or higher gets in the international terminal of San Francisco International Airport into the VIP lounge of Cathay Pacific Airways -- usually only avaialble to first class and business ticket holders.
You know Klout. It gathers your social media data to measure your influence. But Klout is dumb. Klout makes people think I am a good mum. But what if you could mine social data to tell you how insufferable any given person is on Twitter? That sounds a good deal more fun.
Social influence-ranking service Klout released some interesting numbers yesterday showing BlackBerry users are more influential than Android or iPhone users. Take that, you smug RIM-hating jerks.