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So apparently, when you’re an Influencer on Klout, you get free stuff. I cannot endorse this idea enough.

Moo Cards, magazine subscriptions, and recently CHOCOLATE!

So just so we’re clear on a bunch of stuff here’s this disclaimer: “I was given a free product or sample I’m a Klout Influencer. I am under no obligation to receive the sample or talk about the company I get no additional benefits for talking about the product or company.”

Some chocolate arrived, and I ate it and it was good. It was from Brookside and it had acai and dark chocolate and I would buy them again. I don’t have pictures of me opening the box or enjoying the sample or passing it as waste into the municipal sewer system, but trust me, I did all of those things. – and would do them again!

Why can’t I be an influencer for bento boxes or accessories (HINT, HINT)? Not that I’m gonna turn down the chocolate, but c’mon!

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  • Davecat
    January 28, 2013 - 7:21 pm

    I hit the Eject button on Klout cos 1) their layout change made little to no sense to me, and 2) no-one I invited seemed interested.
    Perhaps I’ll give it another go, but who among us can foretell the future?

  • MontiLee
    January 28, 2013 - 7:26 pm

    I never invited anyone. I noted my influences and traded Ks., but more importantly I posted on the duck, FB and Twitter. Really it’s about your outreach, and letting everyone else catch up.

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