Profile at any social media website is very vital for your online image projection or identity. Infact every social website encourages user to create an informative profile. Any user would see your profile before connecting to you. People use social media websites for fun a lot. Yet still they like to give importance to their profile. There are some social websites where most informative and bulky profile is even better and essential. Allow me to show you the Worst Most Orkut Profile alive at the planet earth.
http://www.facebook.com/decentdeveloper is apparently more understandable than http://www.facebook.com/people/Rana_Jk_Hiroshi/1640737208. Facebook have also launched Vanity URLs. A vanity URL is a domain name, created to point to something to which it is related and indicated in the name of the URL. In many cases this is done by a company to point to a specific product or advertising campaign microsite. In theory, vanity URLs are creatively linked to something making them easier to remember than a more random link. The vanity URL is an important aspect of most social media websites. Being able to choose the URL for your social profile (i.e. Twitter.com/DecentDev) not only makes it easy to share with others, but helps you claim a little piece of social media space as your own.
What do people see when they search for you online? You can control how you appear in Google by creating a personal profile… Help people find the right information when they search for you on Google. Most important factor about this is you will be findable. You might have profiles at Flickr, Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, YouTube, MySpace. Well here come the Google Profiles. Finally Google has a social element in it. Before someone acquires a Google Profile name which you like, reach there and create one. This profile can be personal, business or anything. Who does not like more exposure?