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How do you use your Klout for Good?

December 14th, 2010 by Ashley Jacober
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To spread the warmth this holiday season, Klout is teaming up with Moms and Jobs (MoJo), who provides employment and child care for single moms living in poverty. Their get a blanket, give a blanket offer donates one blanket to charity whenever someone buys a blanket from MoJo.

A selected group of key influencers will be getting a luxury soft blanket, and on their behalf, Klout and MoJo will be donating another blanket to charity- Pine Street Inn of Boston and Compass Family Services of San Francisco. So, in the season of giving Klout wants to hear how you use your Klout for good.

How do you or someone you admire use your influence (Klout) for good? Tweet your response using the hashtag #KloutforGood and the winner will get a MoJo blanket and one donated in their name to charity. Two runners-up will get Klout t-shirts.

Use this format: I use my #KloutforGood by tweeting out when a friend needs help http://bit.ly/k4good

OR

Check out how @username uses their #KloutforGood by raising money for charity http://bit.ly/k4good

Feel free to play around with the format as long as you include #KloutforGood and link back with http://bit.ly/k4good

Vote for your favorites by retweeting them. The contest will run until 11:59PM PT tonight and we’ll announce the winners tomorrow! If you nominate someone else in your tweet and win, they’ll get the blanket (and one donated to charity) and you’ll get a Klout t-shirt.

Hope you enjoy the contest, we’re excited to see your answers! We’re interested in starting a real discussion around this topic so feel free to also comment below if you need more than 140 characters.

You can also help spread the warmth with Moms and Jobs by clicking here.

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