Starting Friday, Facebook pages are now integrated into your Klout score.
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Klout estimates that a user with a score between 70-80 has an average of 13,000 users talking about their Facebook page. The new feature allows you to connect your brand or organization’s page to your Klout account and then have activity for that page help grow your Klout score.
In August, Klout unveiled a completely new look and pushed out updated scores for all of its users. The new look and score showcase not only your score, but also the individual posts that got you there.
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“We went from about 100 variables that we were looking at to over 400,” Joe Fernandez, founder and CEO of Klout told Mashable after the site’s redesign earlier this year. “We’re looking at a bunch of new stuff.”
Klout updates earlier this year also included support “real-world influence,” taking into account your title at your job -- a CEO of a company will get more Klout than the mailman -- or if you’re important enough to have your own Wikipedia page.
The redesign also added a new feature called "Your Moments," a look back at your most influential tweets and posts over the past 90 days.
Individual page content will start appearing on your Klout profile soon.
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This story originally published on Mashable here.