An Online Application Influence Catalyst
Appearoo used to be called Xeeme and is a place to show off your online places. In a single page, you are able to showcase your hyperlinks to your personal profiles from hundreds of different social networking sites. This makes it easier for your followers to connect with you where you share information and resources.
Appearoo is more than just highlighting one’s online profile because it also allows users to connect with like minded people including experienced networkers who are more than willing to partner with you and share your work with their own networks.
Once registered, a user can customize his profile background and categorize the links to his or her social networking sites. You can also track which profiles people choose to connect with you the most.
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