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Microsoft and Klout have announced that a person who has signed up to receive a Klout score could see an increase depending on how much their name is used in Bing searches.
Microsoft has announced that it has added the Klout social networking service to the list of services shown in Bing's Snapshot feature for professionals and celebrities who use that network.
Microsoft has announced that it has invested in Klout and that Bing will begin using the social services data with its search results. Bing loves social and with Klout, search is getting its social on
If you've got a decent Klout score, it's time to get some VIP treatment: Cathay Pacific Airways will grant you access to one of its premium lounges, even if you're flying Economy with another airline.
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