Flashing Klout scores at networking events has emerged as a trendy, albeit terrible, way to gage the necessity of socializing with certain strangers. Low score? Go hang out near the coat check and hope someone takes pity on you.
For anyone not willing to participate in this ridiculous form of competitive social ranking, Tom Scott developed Klouchebag, a tool that sets “the standard for asshattery.” Calculating things like retweets, swearing, social app connections, and basic use of the English language, Klouchebag delivers a score based on your Twitter activity. No perks, badges, or achievements, just a reminder to not be an idiot on Twitter.
Calculate your score Klouchebag.
Improve your social media skills.