Check Your Social Media Connections with @Discoverly #WebToolsWiki

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This is another Chrome extension, but unlike Riffle it provides an added social layer with context related to connections.

So if you’re on LinkedIn looking at someone’s profile, Discoverly will provide data about mutual connections on Facebook and recent tweets on Twitter. It does the reverse on Facebook by showing mutual connections on LinkedIn. It also shows other social networks and platforms that the person being researched is on or is using.

This free tool will enable you to navigate your social data thereby making you more productive in a personal and professional manner.

Launched by former Salesforce product manager Ted Summe, Discoverly is ideal for sales people and recruiters.

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Here is a WebToolsWiki Tutorial on Discover.ly.

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