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April 2, 2009 – Bring All Web Profiles Under A Single Link.

Filed under: Social Networking — Tags: — abhishek @ 1:56 am is a service that allows you to bring all your web profiles under a single link. There is every probability that you have multiple accounts on internet and keeping an eye on each of them individually can sometimes prove to be very ardous. Moreover if you are looking for a web url that can provide comprehensive information about yourself, then you just need to add the urls to your different accounts and you are done.

For instance you have an account on Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, Flickr, or any other web service. provides you a single url through which you can access all your accounts. The service can prove to be especially more useful if you are a blogger or a business professional. Getting all your profiles together is very simple and what you need to do is just add the urls to the profiles and click on create.

  • Your first step to integrating all your profiles under one link is to open the website
  • What you will see is a field on left asking for your url to the profiles. Enter the requisite urls and then click on create.
  • From there you will be redirected to your url which you can spread further.
  • You can also add urls after you have created your page which allows easy customization which is a good feature about this web service.
  • When you access your url for the first time you will be asked to enter password to your page. To do that you will be required to register with by entering your email id and password.
  • You can get to know more clearly about what this site has to offer from the video that you will find on the homepage.
  • Overall, it’s nice to have a single url to multiple urls.


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    Comment by Jim Moran — April 2, 2009 @ 8:36 pm

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