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Do You Know a #KloutHero?

February 10th, 2014 by Sahana Ullagaddi
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Over the years, our data has shown that online influence is directly tied to the quality of content shared online. We believe that the best way to grow your online influence is to focus on creating great content and building authentic relationships.

This week, we’re looking for Klout Heroes, individuals who consistently share useful, relevant, and compelling content on social media.

Who is a Klout Hero?

Klout Heroes inspire and engage you. They’re often creators and trend-spotters. You know them because they ask the most interesting questions, curate the most thought provoking content, and provide value with each post. It’s obvious they know what they’re talking about.

You may often find yourself liking, favoriting, and re-sharing their content — and you want them to be recognized. They are a #KloutHero.

How to Nominate A Klout Hero

You can nominate a Klout Hero on Twitter by telling us why you’re nominating them and including their Twitter handle and the #KloutHero hashtag in your tweet. Keep in mind that you can nominate as many people as you like, and that there’s no Klout Score requirement. You can tweet your nominations until next Monday, 2/17/14 at 11pm PT.

Klout Hero Nominations

The 5 people with the most Twitter nominations will receive a gift from Klout and be featured on our blog. After all, it’s only fair to share their #KloutHero secrets with all of you.

Who inspires you with great content? Nominate them to be a #KloutHero.

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Klout helps people be known for what they love.

The best way to have an impact online is to create and share great content that will strike a chord with your followers.

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Sahana Ullagaddi

Consumer Marketing at Klout
I manage Klout's content marketing, social media marketing, and community engagement efforts. I'm passionate about digital trends, creativity, and ultimately people.

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