Social network aggregator?

clipped from www.businessweek.com

When Your Social Sites Need Networking


For those hooked up to Facebook and MySpace and similar Web sites, managing diverse profiles can be a chore. That’s where aggregators come in


Within the last year, at least a dozen such aggregators have cropped up. Others include ProfileLinker and Dandelife.com. In January, Henri Duong and brothers Sony and Hong Le started SocialURL, yet another site that helps Web surfers manage increasingly intractable online social lives. “Every other week, social networks were springing up for specific niches and market demographics,” says Duong. So far, 10,000 have signed up for the site. Among them is Tom Krieglstein, 26, whose profile contains links to his MySpace, Facebook, Flickr, and del.icio.us pages, as well as his two Typepad blogs. Krieglstein, founder of a startup educational company, Swift Kick, even imported his YouTube (GOOG) videos, including the one where he proposed to his fiancée.

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