This isn't really my prediction for the future, if I had a crystal ball I'd be much more likely to put our goldfish in it.
There is however something very slick and easy about branded.me that feels far easier to use than LinkedIn.
Can you remember the first time you used Facebook, Twitter or even Google? Did it feel like that this was something new and exciting, even though there wasn't much to it at first?
Branded.me feels like that. I've absolutely no idea what it's for right now, but it looks like a new world full of possibility.
I wonder if they've managed to find a way of keeping all the advertisers and pushy sellers at bay?
So the first question that I asked myself when I got here began with 'Is it OK to use branded.me to...', and the second, and the third, so I thought 'this is beginning to look like a list that other people might find useful too.'And because I'm a big fan of inbound marketing, there's not much I'm more of a sucker for than a list of how-to's. So here goes: