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You may have seen it on Black Mirror, how you use social media can be collected into a social credit score. Your activities, what you create, what you say, what you don't say, who you know, can all contribute to a digital relevance score or social stature or hierarchy that can work for or against you.
Long before Black Mirror, Brian Solis, a world leading digital anthropologist, studied the notion of social currencies. In this presentation at the prestigious LIFT Conference in Geneva, Brian discusses the concept of intentional creation and curation.
Every action you take on the Internet affects your “online credit score.” This may seem trivial until you learn of the many and varied implications. Author and analyst Brian Solis shines a light on the practice of grading your online reputation. You might not like it, but you must learn to leverage it. getAbstract recommends this report to consumers interested in maintaining favorable positions in the online and, consequently, offline worlds.