How To Use Trustcloud: Contextual Trust Score @Trustcloud #Web Tools Wiki

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TrustCloud measures online behavior and creates a score for all users. TrustCloud has a Klout feel to it, but the number of factors that generate a score are much greater.

TrustCloud takes into account the usual major social networks, but they also do verification of your e-mail address, mobile phone number, and postal address.

While Klout has its critics, TrustCloud uses more criteria that it becomes much more difficult to “game” you score.

Also similar to Klout with +K’s, TrustCloud allows users to award three +T’s per day. These tokens serve as a handshake or pat on the back.

TrustCloud recently added a section related to the sharing economy. Users can now connect their home-share, car-share, task-share, and thing-share profiles to TrustCloud.

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