A while back I posted about the recent Wired article on whether or not your Klout score matters. https://plus.google.com/u/0/107405151668234214681/posts/Hh8hipascZs
I guess this is a sign that, more and more, it does!
While one Perk does not a trend make, I do see this as a sign that companies are interested in and value people it views as influencers. Klout is just one cool new toy for figuring out who those influencers are and then incentivizing them to, well, influnce.
So Klout is launching a Perk with Hong Kong-headquartered Cathay Pacific Airways. Anyone in the international terminal at San Francisco International Airport with a Klout score of 40 or higher will be allowed into the airline’s lounge, which is normally limited to Cathay’s first class and business class passengers. Just use the app to show your score to the lounge receptionist and you’ll get access to seven workstations, three showers, and a noodle bar.
The promotion, which starts today and runs through July, is another sign that whatever the haters say, companies are interested in exploring Klout as a marketing opportunity. That Cathay Pacific is willing to open its doors to Klout users seems like a real commitment, albeit…
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