A Social Media Life – Through the Lens of Vizify

Earlier in the year, we were introduced to Vizify, a content aggregator that visualizes who you are through the content you share on your social networks.

Seems simple enough – with so many social platforms for you to express yourself, and with digital data doubling every two years, this tool lets people easily “see” the highlights.

We were reminded of Vizify through Twitter’s 2012 Year in Review, a comprehensive look back at what made news through the year.  The two tech companies have worked together to create a “Your Year on Twitter” feature, showcasing the words we tweeted the most. Some of the highlights won’t surprise you – mine certainly didn’t – but what was interesting to see was the volume with which things were tweeted within a specific time.

Below is a snapshot of @digennaro’s twitter through 2012.

While most of our words fit within our vertical, notice how all of our 63 #CannesLions tweets were within the month surrounding the Cannes Lions Festival of Creativity?

Facebook also rounded up their biggest trends – and yours – in one handy place, with their “2012 Year In Review” while Google showed us what the 10 most Google’d things of 2012 were (cue guilty curiosities about Whitney Houston, Gangnam Style and Kate Middleton).

While we at DGC enjoyed taking this look back at our social chatter (and are upset at the lack of “Call Me Maybe” search queries!), we also used this opportunity to become more familiar with Vizify for our personal presences.

We like Vizify’s capabilities but believe some of the features in terms of images and quotes could use some tweaking before it becomes the “digital version” of yourself.

What do you think? Try it out for yourself and let us know in the comments!

Posted on December 12, 2012, in DiGennaro Communications, Social Media, The Hit Board and tagged , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

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