Online public profiles of people are looked for knowing them better and making interactions more worthy in real world. Its very important to create that right impression. Problem with existing online profiles is that they are scattered and cater to specific audience.
There are few steps needed to gain maximum potential from your efforts on Internet. Few things which are needed in social media
- Aggregate all your public profiles.
- Dynamic Profiles beat Static Profiles.
- Reputation “Always” backed by data.
Aggregate all your public profiles
You may be an enthusiast creating technology and business vibes by micro-blogging on services like Twitter and Tumblr. At the same time you may have aspects of being a Hollywood fan from Facebook. Its important to integrate profiles.
Dynamic Profiles beat Static Profiles
We create public profiles and fill in our details but in majority cases such public profiles go stale. They reflect education, work, interests which are manually added. There is a lot more which can be extracted from data we share. Like when I say “Roger Fedrer is one of the finest Tennis player” definitely means I am a Roger Fedrer fan. This must be associated with me.
Reputation “Always” backed by data
We need to highlight what are our interest/expertise domain. And this is not just by showing some influence score number, everything has to be backed by your data. If you are seen as a techie, what in your data from Twitter or Facebook give you that reputation.
Actwitty as its USP offers all 3 with a zero effort from user and quick navigation to data.
Above profile highlights how an individual has spread his Internet engagement across 2 services Facebook and Twitter. Technology and Entertainment are his dominant topics.
Actwitty allows users to activate multiple services to be aggregated.
Actwitty at its core pulls user data from social network sites, its semantic engine processes the data for various things like
- Topic of discussion (Technology, Entertainment, Health, Business etc.)
- Key terms mentioned in the shared data
- Data shared has video, image, blog link etc.
- Extracts topical distribution across services.
Actwitty then creates a user impression as shown above which highlights the way user shares his data on his social networking platform.
Above profile shows how we can see number of links, videos, key term mentions are made by the user.A click on videos, links, images shows the data on the Feeds section.
At all times Actwitty keeps the data privacy honoured. For instance, a post which has been shared to “Only” friends in Facebook will be restricted to be seen only by “Friends of the user” from Facebook.