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Did you know that 79 percent of Inc. 500 CEOs have a social media presence, while 70 percent of Fortune 500 CEOs are completely absent on social media?
And will this matter in years to come?
You’re sick of hearing about businesses trying to measure your online influence because they just don’t get it – neither those measuring it using lord knows what measurement criteria, nor those blindly paying for it and offering you free deodorant samples. You’re probably pretty resentful of the whole thing at this point and you refuse to buy in to it. We understand.
But you’ll want to reconsider that stance now because Kred just launched a rewards program that offers rewards you’ll actually want to those with targeted online influence. And they not only appear to have gotten the influence formula right, they’re entirely transparent about what’s involved.