How Do We Keep Up?

Social networking isn’t for everybody. Some people may only have one, like Facebook. Others may have two, like Facebook and Twitter. Others have a laundry list of networks they use. I’m here to tell you, you have nothing to be ashamed of. There’s a social media obsession going on everywhere, and won’t be disappearing anytime soon. The world’s culture is changing to accommodate social networks.

It’s no wonder that with so many different profiles and different people on each one, it can be hard to keep up with them all. It has become a chore for some, which isn’t the point of these social networking sites. It should be fun. It’s great way to communicate with people from all over the world, and update your family and friends on the events in your life all at the same time. It’s always a great place to meet new people and share discoveries on the web.

So how do we keep up?

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(Image source: David Cheong)

There was a way to link boxes to share something on each different site, one after another. But what about status updates? Do you have to go to each site individually to update your status? The sync feature seemed to be working for a little while, but it automatically shared updates on both Twitter and Facebook, which is not what users wanted. Also, what about Google+? Tumblr? LinkedIn? Pinterest?

Wouldn’t it be nice if there was a place out there where you could see ALL of your social networking sites on your monitor, all at the same time? And I’m not talking about multiple Chrome windows, shrunk down to make room for each one. Is there such a place where updating all of your social networks doesn’t have to include jumping from one window to another, typing passwords in left and right?

I’d like to introduce you to Hubbley. Your social networks combined into one central hub, customized the way you want it. All together now.

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