Kred wants to take influence measurement to a new level

“We all have influence somewhere” is the tag line of Kred, a social influence measurement service created by PeopleBrowsr, a San Francisco-based social media analytics company, to identify influential people in interest-based communities. It’s a credible descriptor to apply to a service that, on the one hand, provides individuals with metrics to show the measurable reach of the specific things they talk about across the social web, and who they connect with in those conversations; and on the other hand,

An easier view on influence analysis with Kred Story

Things are heating up in the social influence measurement space with yesterday’s re-launch of Kred as Kred Story. Kred is one of three companies I see as the primary ones that, broadly, offer measurement and analytics services in the emerging field of social influence measurement (the other two companies are Klout and PeerIndex). Each offers its own ways and means of calculating what your presence and activities across the social web mean in terms of the potential influence your presence

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