Kred Influence Measurement
Kred Influence Measurement, or Kred, is a website created by PeopleBrowsr that attempts to measure online social influence. It provides two scores, called "Influence" and "Outreach", which are based upon an openly published algorithm. "Influence" measures the likelihood that someone will act upon the user's posts, and "Outreach" measures the user's tendency to share other people's content. PeopleBrowsr CEO Jodee Rich claims that these scores reflect trust and generosity.
Kred also provides separate discrete scores for a user's overall social network participation as well as its affiliation with interest-based communities. "Community membership" is determined by words used in a person's Twitter Bio as well as keywords and hashtags they have historically used in their posts. In addition, a person is included as a member of a community if they are found to have high "Influence" within that community regardless of whether they have used the keywords that would automatically identify them as such.
On June 26, 2012, Kred announced "Rewards" based upon one's score, giving away discounts and product samples.
On December 19, 2013 KredTLD Pty Ltd. received a Registry Agreement signed by ICANN for the .Kred Top Level Domain, after passing all the required processes needed to become a Registry Operator for the string.
On September 3, 2015, Kred acquired Empire Avenue - Social Marketing and Stockmarket App. The application was renamed as Empire.Kred and progressively adapted to complement Kred’s Influence Platform suite of products. Empire Avenue was officially launched to the public in July 2010.
In August, 2018 Kred announced their “Journey” integrating with blockchain and developing their Kred Coins Non-Fungible Token product.
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