Introducing Collections: Pinterest for People

One of my favorite features yet as we evolve about.me beyond being just a public profile page – Collections are incredibly fun – here is a link to mine: http://about.me/tonyconrad/collections

The about.me Blog

Have you ever found an about.me page, then wanted to find it again later but couldn’t? We have. Being able to remember and find an about.me page can mean the difference between making that connection, a key introduction or getting the job.

And now with our new dashboard feed and Quick View, it’s easier than ever to browse lots of about.me pages. Since our dashboard feed launch, each person is viewing an average of 66 people per visit! With that kind of volume, it’s difficult to remember everyone you come across. And with that in mind, we built Collections.

Collections allow you to save and remember the people you come across on about.me. It’s like Pinterest for people.

Tony Conrad's Collections

Curate Interesting People

You can title your Collection whatever makes you happy and you can make it private or public. You can share your Collections or even embed them in your website. To kick start your Collections, we’ve made one each of your Twitter and…

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3 thoughts on “Introducing Collections: Pinterest for People

  1. About.me is my new favorite social media platform. It is so darn addicting! I could while away the day sifting through all the amazing profiles, and not write a single word. I have put myself in about.me timeout, forcing myself to write first. Then I’m allowed a reward with a cruise through about.me– only after I’ve met my word goals for the day. 😉

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