WebMii Shows You How the Web Sees You [Online Identity]

January 13, 2010 at 10:11 am (Uncategorized)

These days performing a vanity search of your own name isn’t just about vanity, it’s good to know how future employers and dates that Google-stalk you will see you. WebMii can help you get a picture of your online image.

WebMii scours the internet including Google, Facebook, Twitter, Bing, Yahoo! Search, and other search engines and social networks to build a picture of your online identity. You search using your last and first name and specify if you want your search limited to a region like the USA, France, or other countries listed, and then WebMii returns a huge laundry list of search results that provide everything from images to social network profiles.

WebMii doesn’t know which John Smith you are of course, but that’s a strength when you’re trying to get a picture of how you would be perceived through an online search. If you’re unhappy with the results you’ll want to take a peek at previous guides we’ve shared with you like how to manage your online identity andhow to manage your Google reputation.

Have a great way to keep tabs on your online identity? Have a funny story about an online doppelganger? Let’s hear about it in the comments.

Send an email to Jason Fitzpatrick, the author of this post, at wnfba@yvsrunpxre.pbz

moc.rekcahefil@nosaj.

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