The Social Stream Gets More Visual With Kred Story

User influence monitoring service Kred, has created Kred Story, a rich visual experience for viewing one’s social stream. Kred has traditionally competed with Klout on influence measurement, the new Kred Story takes a different approach as it aims to find and display influential activity in a visually appealing layout.

The layout places more of an emphasis on images pulled from links and social accounts for an appealing newspaper-esque layout. Included with the updates are top influencers, locations, related words and top bloggers around an account or hastag.

Listed Tweets show Retweet info, links and main images (for those updates with links or media attached). When clicking on the Retweet button, users can see the total influence points as well as those who have Retweeted. Additional buckets pull in user profiles and data around a give day/time period.

Kred is a nifty little tool for marketers as they can find the type of content that is popular around a topic as well as those people who are actually influencing topics.

Kred will open each account/hashtag search in a 1,200 day view within the social stream Kred is rolling out invitations each day, to sign up head over to and for more infromation, see the Kred blog.

Related Topics: Channel: Social Media Marketing | Klout | Marketing Tools: Social Media | Social Media Marketing


About The Author: is the Director of Marketing for Cypress North, a company that specializes in social media and search marketing services and web-based application development. He has been in the Internet marketing industry for 6+ years and specializes in Social Media Marketing. You can also find Greg on Twitter (@gregfinn) or LinkedIn.

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  • Shawn Roberts

    Thanks for your post about Kred. One of our goals with this release is to position social analytics as fun, accessible and easy to understand for the average user. Let us know how you think we did!
    Shawn @ Kred

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