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Maintaining Several Social Profiles – Tools To Help

by Adam Arthur

Are you pulling your hair out to keep up with several social networking profiles? Let this list be your guide.

ShareMeme: allows you to communicate with all of your friends from one place. Using this service, you can send text messages, G-Chat messages, AIM instant messages, Twitter direct messages, and emails all from one easy-to-use interface. http://sharememe.com/

TriggaMe: Organize all your social networks in groups – Create groups for buddies, office, family and more. Post to Twitter, Facebook, Friendfeed, Xing, Pounce, Identi.ca, Plurk, Plaxo, Frazr, Rejaw, Brightkite and LinkedIn. [I REALLY USE THIS ONE A LOT. IT’S A REAL TIME SAVER]. http://www.trigga.me/

Ping.fm: a simple service that cuts out the middle man when it comes to posting to your social services such as Facebook, Twitter, Jaiku, Tumblr and Pownce with more being added soon. http://ping.fm

Shareaholic: a free browser add-on that enables you to quickly, and very easily share, e-mail, bookmark, and blog links via a wide array of your favorite web 2.0 social networking, bookmarking, blogging, and e-mail services. Supports 60+ services with weekly updates & additions. http://shareaholic.com/

Sendeo: a single dashboard for your digital life. Sendeo looks and feels like a look up window for all of your people, places, and things. It is your hard drive on the web and everything is securely stored and managed. Clicking publish enables you to share your files via email or onto Twitter, Facebook, Digg, Delicious and Reddit. http://sendeo.com

Sendible: lets you connect with people by scheduling and receiving messages at a time you choose. Send unlimited email, sms and social network messages to be delivered at a time you choose. Easily access all your email and social network contacts and reach them wherever they may be, and more. http://beta.sendible.com

EventBox: a revolutionary social application for Mac. It seamlessly integrates many social websites, including Flickr, Facebook, Twitter, Reddit, RSS and Google Reader. It allows you to interact with them and receive notifications, all from a stunning user interface. http://thecosmicmachine.com/

HelloTxt: Update your status to several social networking sites in one simple step. You can choose from over 35 social sites to post to including Twitter. http://hellotxt.com/

Atomkeep: solve the problem of information redundancy. Atomkeep will keep your accounts in sync on all social networks, job boards and other sites. [THIS ONE IS MY FAVORITE] http://www.atomkeep.com/

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Gabriela Dow

This is extremely helpful- thanks so much for compiling! Ping.fm has been very helpful for me (but when are they adding Blackberry interface?)

Hootsuite is another tool that I found very useful. Now figuring out what profile to use when is another story… I’ll post a thread on that as I am interested in seeing how folks manage this dilemma.

Adam Arthur

@Gabrila Dow – You’re welcome. Blackberry is being worked on now. Hootsuite is pretty cool, but geared towards Twitter use only.


Currently TriggaMe and and Atomkeep are not activating new accounts. Though, my e-mail will be added to their waiting list, and as soon as they begin releasing new beta accounts the account will be automatically activated.

Thanks for the valuable info! This is a really needed and useful tool to organize our many diverse social networking profiles.


Awesome!! Always needing help getting organized…..so many accounts, so many sites, so busy with social networking….a recruiters life!

Alice M. Fisher

oooooowee this is great info Adam! I have not been on line for a little while but wowsers. Maybe we can bring it to the forefront again as a reposted blog from some of us? Can I repost with your permission from mine?

Allen Sheaprd

Hi. Thanks. This will not only help me but also help at work. The City has twitter, face book and social site – all of which must be updated.
Of course there is not budget. Why? “Because social networking is free!”
Will also pass this along to the Emergency Management folks. Twitter was very helpful during the North Dakota flooding