Contextual relations trump popularity for influence

03/25/2012 | PaidContent.org

A close look at social media reveals a clear distinction between a site's popularity and its actual influence, writes Brian Solis. Software vendors such as Klout, PeerIndex and Kred are effectively tracking engagement, but individual scores are an insufficient metric compared with contextual relationships that better indicate influence.

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