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Hi.Im – A Nametag For The World Wide Web

Hi.ImIf you are an active part of the social web (more than likely), chances are you feel the need to consolidate the different fragments of your persona that are scattered across social networks. This service (named “Hi, I’m”, and found at www.

 

hi.im) will enable you to do exactly that.

In addition to aggregating together the activity on social networks (such as Facebook and LinkedIn) and communication platforms like Twitter, this service also takes into consideration YouTube channels and Flickr profile pages. That is only fit – there are people that complement their every social movement with activity in services like those, it is an not an uncommon scenario in any sense.

A Hi page can be created at no cost. Once it is up and running, it will be refreshed accordingly. That is, if you update your Facebook profile your Hi page is going to be modified as well.

All in all, quite a straightforward way to let others know about you as well as sharing your favorite online content with you pals. If that sounds good to you, pay the site a visit by clicking on the provided link and see if it resonates with you.

Hi.Im In Their Own Words

“Chances are you’ve got a bunch of profiles all over the internet–Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, FriendFeed…Plus you might have a blog or a YouTube channel and some pictures on Flickr. Put all those sites together, and that’s YOU on the internet.

With Hi, I’m you can share all of your latest content from all of your networks on one page.”

Why Hi.Im It Might Be A Killer

If you are known to while your hours away on the social web, this will come in quite handy as it can consolidate everything.

Some Questions About Hi.Im

Which networks are not supported yet, and should be supported as soon as possible? Hi.Im

Author : Roger Hollings

Born and bred in Maine, Roger is one of the longest-standing writers for KillerStartups.com. A translator by trade, he is passionate about art in all its forms. He enjoys both classic and contemporary literature, nature photography and music from both sides of the Atlantic. Fascinated by technology from an early age, he has always explored the ways in which computers let people articulate their thoughts and communicate better with the world at large.

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