Social Times – Kred Boosts Its Own Influence Score with Salesforce Marketing Cloud Insights Partnership – SocialTimes

Social influence scoring site Kred may be catching up to its largest competitor, Klout. Today, the company announced a new integration with Salesforce‘s Marketing Cloud Insights.

Kred Boosts Its Own Influence Score with Salesforce Marketing Cloud Insights Partnership – SocialTimes.

Kred Attempts to Build Users’ Social Media Profiles With Kred Story | Adweek

“The next version of Kred takes it beyond being just a number,” said Kred CEO Andrew Grill, who described Kred Story as a user’s “visual stream of influence.” At launch, the most retweeted or shared content tops a user’s Kred Story, but Grill said users would soon be able to pin individual posts atop the page.

Kred Attempts to Build Users’ Social Media Profiles With Kred Story | Adweek.

Mashable – Heat vs. Thunder: The NBA Finals of Twitter

The social media analytics company PeopleBrowsr recently pulled this data and more using its Kred influence measurement tool to create the infographic below, which details how the two NBA finalists stack up on Twitter. Kred’s algorithms measure Twitter reach and influence, as well as how generous users are about interacting with their followers.

via Heat vs. Thunder: The NBA Finals of Twitter [INFOGRAPHIC]

Walyou – PeopleBrowsr Opens Up Kred API

PeopleBrowsr has just made the data for Kred, a competitor to Klout, available to developers. This means that they can create their own custom applications to track their influence on social media. The data includes 1,200 days of Twitter contact dating back to 2008, as well as public Facebook posts, over 40 million blogs and other social media content. To say this is drinking from a fire hose would be an understatement.

via PeopleBrowsr Opens Up Kred API | Walyou

SocialTimes – Kred’s New PeopleBrowsr API Analyzes 1,200 Days of Social Media Posts

A few companies have already given the technology a test-drive. Mashable currently uses the API to build its mRank Leaderboards. Using an action analytics tool, they can search by keyword, hashtag, or Twitter handle to get mention counts, word clouds and hashtag clouds. They can filter the information by community, location, keyword, and bio keyword for any time frame, even minute-to-minute. “We put on our swimsuits and dive headfirst into that data, identifying trends and tracking them on a myriad of topics,” explained Mashable CTO Robyn Peterson in a blog post. Recently, the tech publication ranked the hottest buzz words and phrases surrounding the Oscars.

via Kred’s New PeopleBrowsr API Analyzes 1,200 Days of Social Media Posts – SocialTimes