Managing the potentially hundreds of online profiles that are now available to us can be bit daunting, and, in a worse case scenario, lead to a social network fatigue (that or you hit your PC repeatedly). There is, of course, help at hand, and as the rise of the social network has increased at an ecer quicker rate, there has been a growth in services designed to help you combine your online life into one easy to manage Ocean Finance-esque package.
Here’s seven of the best:
1) Chi.mp – Possibly the most complete social network aggregator so far, Chi.mp allows you to categorise your online profiles according to what information you want displayed to specific groups.
2) Friendfeed – Recently touted as the greatest app that nobody uses, Friendfeed has undergone a Twitter-like overhaul to make it’s UI more accessible – we like it alot.
3) Nomee – One of the new kids on the blog, this desktop ap combines all your profiles into one online business card that can be shared at the click of a button. A bit buggy at the moment, but definitely one to watch.
4) Cliqset – This will appeal to the MSN generation with it’s big buttons and bright colours.
5) Profilactic – The Grand Master Flash of social networks aggregators, Profilactic is an efficient and easy to use service which may appeal to Internet veterans.
6) Atom Keep – Currently in beta, Atom Keep looks to be one of the most promising services out there and will be another one to keep a close eye on over the coming months.
7) mEgo – Possibly the most fun service of the lot, mEgo allows you to fully customise your profile, collect content and share it with one click to all, or a few, of your social networks.
What other services would you recommend?
Zath: This was a guest post from geetarchurchy, if you liked what he had to say, be sure to check out more of his great writing over at his blog; The Seldom Seen Kid.
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