I came across this interesting venture on TechCrunch. With so many social communities popping up all over the place there is a definite need for some sort of interface that allows users to navigate between their online social environments. MyLifeBrand is a service that lets user’s aggregate social networking memberships and navigate between them from the one place. MyLifeBrand is a new site offering the next generation of social networking and social media services.
Techcrunch reports that MyLifeBrand supports Friendster, LinkedIn, Bebo, Facebook, H15, Orkut, MySpace, and TagWorld among others and is working on support for a number of niche social networks. Basically MyLifeBrand is a social platform looking to enable access and aggregation of social networks in one place. 'Nuff said.
With some much information being pushed out there, anything that can help me filter through the data is a welcomed addition. Ensuring that all of the communities, friends and services are together in one place is not a bad idea, as it can only improve the efficiency of my online experience.
For more information, visit MyLifeBrand.com
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