Thanksgiving is a good day to give thanks to all the people (and food) that are around you. It is also a good time to give back. These top charities are not only making a difference in the world, but have a lot of Klout. They have very active Twitter presences that help them spread their message.
Topping our list is A Safe World For Women, which is a global women’s rights and advocacy organization that campaigns for the rights of women and girls. Another organization in our list is Greenpeace, who is working to conserve the environment and promote peace.
Here is the complete list.
Campaign on HumanRights, Womens Welfare & Abuse of Women/Girls: Incl Trafficking, FGM, DV, Slavery & Poverty ~ CURRENT PROJECT ~ Preparing for the 2011 Campaign
Welcome to the Official Amnesty International USA feed. Get the latest human rights news and actions here!
We’re an independent global campaigning organisation acting to change attitudes and behavior, to protect the environment and promote peace.
Simply put: WWF is in the business of saving our one and only planet.
Founded in 1946, the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) is the driving force that helps build a world where the rights of every child are realized.
ONE is a grassroots campaign of 2 million people committed to the fight against extreme poverty and preventable diseases.
The official account of UNHCR. Follow us as we provide vital aid and protection to the forcibly displaced around the world.
National Wildlife Federation works to inspire Americans to protect wildlife for our children’s future.
Int’l confederation of 14 like-minded organizations working together & with partners around the world to bring about lasting solutions to poverty & injustice.
Stand Up To Cancer (SU2C) raises $ for groundbreaking cancer research. This is where the end of cancer begins.
A special thanks to @hardlynormal for the inspiration behind this blog post. Now get out there and make difference!
Feel like we missed one? Leave a comment with your suggestion.
Along with daily score processing, we have improved the Klout scoring algorithm. We will continue evolving our influence scoring algorithm to meet the ever-changing dynamics across social networks like Twitter, Facebook and beyond.
How will this release affect my Klout profile?
You no longer need to manually update your score, we will do that for you automatically each day. On your score analysis page you can see the new daily score data going back to October 21st.
Congratulations to our 3 winners: @fakegrimlock, @edcabellon, and @corecorina. We will be in touch to get you your t-shirts and stickers.
We also had one winner from our Facebook page who said:
“Engaging is about connecting with real people, addressing their questions, concerns, comments and input followed by continued conversation. It’s bi-directional, open, honest and truthful even when the truth might be problem resolution. That is in fact when engaging becomes most powerful.”
We love it when people use Klout data to put together fun lists! That’s why today, we’d like to give a shout out to Influencers in Travel, who put together a ranked list of the Top 50 Online Travel Influencers. Check out the first 10, below. Congrats to @earthXplorer for topping the list with a Klout Score of 81!
What do you think of their list? What other examples have you seen of top influencers ranked by Klout?
The Huffington Post, a leading online new site with 24 million monthly unique visitors (according to Comscore), has now integrated Klout into their articles to find top influencers. The Huffington Post has always been on the cutting edge when it comes to integrating social into their site. In August 2009 they announced the beginning of social news and since then they’ve continued to be the leader in this space, launching a Twitter edition of their site in April and ever-increasing their social integration. Now, with the addition of Klout, they have taken social to the next level, allowing users not just to know who’s talked about an article, but who the top influencers are.
We’re excited to play a role in The Huffington Post’s next evolution. On each article page, there is a Twitter module (pictured below) where users can see the latest tweets on a given topic. When top influencers start talking about the topic, the “Top Influencers” at the bottom gets populated based on Klout score. When you hover over a user you can see their Klout Score, Klout Classification and the on-topic tweet that got them into the module (see second image below).Eric Hippeau, CEO of Huffington Post, shares “Using Klout to understand influence seemed like a clear next step for us and we expect it to increase engagement and allow us to highlight the right influencers on a given topic.”
To see this in action, take a look at the Twitter Module on this article on HuffingtonPost.com.
Twitter module on Huffingtonpost.com
Hovercard when you mouse over an influencer on Huffingtonpost.com