Interview with Andrew Grill, CEO of Kred, measuring your influence with transparency

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Minter Dialogue #35Andrew Grill CEO Kred, The Myndset Digital Marketing and Brand Strategy

This interview is with Andrew Grill, CEO of KRED, for real-time transparent community-based influence measurement. Measuring online influence is a hot field and one that typically galvanizes conversation.  I met Andrew at the LikeMinds conferences for Social Media Week 2012. We recorded this interview on the fly.  As you will hear, Andrew certainly has a strong vision of how to make influence measurement credible and viable. I think you will find it very stimulating.  Hold on for the end, where Andrew delivers the three best tips for improving your Kred!

Currently, my Kred score (left) stands at 757/1000 with outreach at 7/12.  Always room to grow!  And you?

BTW, Andrew is also the editor and founder of one of the world’s leading blogs on digital and social: LondonCalling.co.

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