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Profiles and Web Presence

Posted by erich13 on January 12, 2008

What is a “Web Presence“? To me, it is what the world sees about you. Can your Web Presence be managed? Most blogs and other social sites have a Profile feature. And some sites allow for easy sharing of your various accounts/sites. For example Jaiuku‘s Web Feeds features, is a virtual profile. Jaiku describes this feature as “Your presence stream is currently displaying updates from these feeds”. These feeds are easy to manage. Also, Facebook has Mini-feeds. A quick google search (for “edit facebook mini-feeds”) reveals “How to Adjust Your Facebook Mini-Feed“, “Learning from the Facebook Mini-Feed Disaster“, “And you thought Facebook mini-feeds were bad“, Facebook Yields to Angry Users | Compiler from, Facebook Subscribers Protest Site’s News Feeds — privacy, social – and VICTORY! Facebook gives users privacy optionsAn Open Letter from Mark Zuckerberg“, We really messed this one up. When we launched News Feed and Mini-Feed we were trying to provide you with a stream of information about your social world. Instead, we did a bad job of explaining what the new features were and an even worse job of giving you control of them. I’d like to try to correct those errors now.”

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