There’s just too many social services around, and that’s as bad for users as it is for companies that want to have an active presence on the Internet. While users are torn between going for one service or the other, Web 2.0 and SaaS companies have to integrate their sites with every single social service that their users might be keen on. And that’s an uphill struggle in every respect. It’s something that can end up taking too much effort and time.
And that’s precisely what OneAll is here to remedy. This startups has come along to simplify the processes whereby Web 2.0 and SaaS companies can have social services like Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and Foursquare integrated with their already-existing websites. It does so by providing plug-ins and a single API access to all the social sites of the day.
Any company that goes for the services of OneAll will be able to let its users sign in with their accounts at Facebook, Google, Twitter, LinkedIn and any of the more than 20 social networks (and identity providers) which are supported. This is something that can but drive registration and conversion rates through the ceiling. And there’s more to OneAll.com than that, as a social sharing widget is provided for people to spread content around in just one click.
If this sounds like the kind of service that could let you take your company forward, then you’ll be pleased to know that OneAll is free to all and sundry while the service is in beta. Just sign up for an account by following this link, and start bringing all the social services of the day into your own site.
OneAll.com In Their Own Words
Oneall simplifies the integration of social networks for Web 2.0 and SaaS companies.
Some Questions About OneAll.com
When is the service moving out of beta? How many plans will become available when that happens?