Netvibes: a new tool for the Web’s most socially networked


In wrapping up my summer work and preparing for a long-awaited trip to Europe in the coming weeks, I haven’t been able to find much time to add fresh, original content to my blog… But here is a quick introduction to a cool new site, Netvibes, that I recently stumbled across. It’s a pretty interesting aggregator that does for your rich media Web content and online presence what iGoogle does for your news feeds.

I will continue using Clipmarks to upload quick links to articles and sites I find during the day and will be back in September armed with a feed of longer, more thoughtful posts on my work in and study of marketing and social media.


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Netvibes pioneered the personalized startpage, an alternative to
traditional Web portals. With millions of users in more than 150
countries, Netvibes lets individuals assemble all in one place their
favorite websites, blogs, email accounts, social networks, search
engines, instant messengers, photos, videos, podcasts, widgets, and
everything else they enjoy on the Web. Founded in 2005 by Tariq Krim,
Netvibes has offices in Paris, London and San Francisco.

  • Helps you manage your digital life and share it with your friends
  • Brings all your favorite MySpace, Digg, YouTube, Gmail, Flickr,
    eBay, accounts – you name it (no, really, you can rename
    our entire site) – together on your own personal Netvibes page
  • Share with your friends or colleague your favorite modules
  • 100% customizable – no ads, no logos, no corporate control

For more informations about the product, you can visit our blog.

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