When Your Social Sites Need Networking
Thursday Bram had become a social-networking butterfly. The recent graduate of the University of Tulsa moved to Laurel, Md., to work as a freelance writer and used online communities to stay in contact with pals near and far. Bram had profiles on MySpace (NWS), Facebook, Twitter, Flickr (YHOO), and LinkedIn. But before long she tired of flitting from one to the next. "I was hoping to sign up for something to bring them all together," Bram says. So she turned to ProfileFly and Tabber, sites that help people do just that.
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