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What’s the most popular content you’ve shared on Twitter? Who retweets you the most and where does your influence lie?
Kred knows. And they’re allowing you to view YOUR Kred story and the stories of others – for free.
FYI: This goes well beyond listing topics, it drills down and tells you where (geographically) you’re influential, the most mentioned words about you and just so much more.
You’ll want to check out your Kred Story if only to see what “story” you’re putting out there about yourself!
We recently shared a story on the most socially sponsorable Olympic athletes, and now we’re going to help you take that a step further.
Want to know how the most popular athletes rank, in real time, according to their social media influence? It’s not set in stone and keeping track of these folks’ fluctuating popularity can be tricky.
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