Would you feel comfortable saying that you have an online presence? That sounds a little metaphysical, but if you have a Web site, blog, or Facebook account, then you have an online presence. In fact, there are so many online tools available today that it’s hard to not have an online presence. Most of us even have an online presence that consists of a variety of different parts. UnHub wants to pull all of these parts together and give you a way to showcase your online persona.

As of right now, UnHub offers a profile bar and a link shortener. The link shortener is useful, but a lot of visitors will probably be more interested in the profile bar at first. Basically, you’re provided with a custom UnHub URL that has a bar at the top of the page that links to your profiles on services like Flickr and LinkedIn. In other words, all you have to do is link to this one URL and people will be able to see what your online presence is made up of in a simple and nice way. This type of thing is becoming more essential as we continue to get inundated with new social services.


The Internet has made it very easy for us to find information on anybody. Assuming that the person in question has some sort of online presence, all you have to do is fire up Google, type their name in, and watch as the personal history rises to the top. The rough thing for the person being searched for in this approach is that anything involving their name on the Internet has the potential of scrolling across the eyeballs of anyone – even potential bosses. Kind of makes you regret that one thing you did that one time, eh? Regardless, people will see the good, but they’ll also see the bad, the ugly, and any other misrepresentation. To take control over what people see when they search for you, consider creating a profile on Naymz.
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