Domain Registrars: Who Has The Most Klout?

I am still fascinated by Klout, and I thought it would be interesting to see the Klout scores of some of the most popular domain name registrars.

A company’s Klout score is based on a proprietary algorithm, but important factors include social media mentions, posts, retweets, likes, comments, and a variety of other factors. I believe other outside factors are also taken into consideration,

Here are the top Klout scores for domain registrars:

  • Name.com – 78
  • Go Daddy – 75
  • NameCheap – 67
  • 1&1 – 56
  • Network Solutions – 54
  • Blacknight Solutions – 53
  • Dynadot – 50
  • Register.com – 50
  • Enom – 49
  • Dotster – 47
  • Melbourne IT – 46
  • Internet.bs – 45
  • Tucows – 44
  • Moniker (and Snapnames) – 44
  • Fabulous – 31
Elliot Silver
Elliot Silver
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5 COMMENTS

  1. Doesn’t surprise me the least that Name.com are on top with Godaddy. Name.com’s investment and development of the who.is database may of contributed to their Klout scoreβ€” that is to say that the youtube vid’s they post on the who.is main page along with the funky ads that they make for the vid’s seems to of paid off.

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