I am interested in what tricks/rips other folks have for online personal brand management. How do you efficiently manage 'you', the brand construct, and the rampant kudzu of 'you-ness' spread web-wide?
Like this trick: you can send a single SMS update simultaneously to Twitter and Facebook, if you stick to to Twitter's character count and add a '@' at the head so Facebook catches the status update. But then, my Facebook "friends" outnumber my twitter followers nearly 2:1, and I just wonder, as I [mis]manage interactive brand me, am I just accruing repeat impressions against my target audience by using both, or am I reaching 'unduplicated audience' members by using multiple services? And should I tailor my twitter updates for the technographic early adopters rampant there versus the Facebook main stream?
I've got my system, but here I am sitting in Finland, sipping from the hotel wifi, and I've got skype, twhirl, work webmail, gmail, yahoo mail, twitter, netvibes and Facebook live - and in this multiplicity, watching 'Friend Feed' choke, flail and self-reference itself. And I still have to figure out how to force my N95 to give up my GPS digits to ipoka. Which I will.
Brand you kudzu, now with vitamins.
That reminds me - I should log onto flickr. I feel empty and unconnected.