Welcome, again, to our weekly look at the newest social media tools that are causing a stir around the Web.
This week, we examine a site that helps your résumé make waves with recruiters, as well as a tool to uncover what information about you is publicly floating around the social media pool.
Ready to dive in? Good, because here we go.
1. Build an infographic-style résumé in minutes with Kinzaa.com.
This is a nice tool to use if you’d like to have your work history stand out from the crowd.
2. Play your Android apps on PC with BlueStacks.com.
Has the world turned upside down? Not quite, but being able to open and use mobile apps in a PC-friendly format is a role reversal, to say the least. BlueStacks gives you the ability to do just that.
3. Turn your pics into slideshows with SlideMyPics.com.
Complete with Facebook integration, this easy-to-use tool is a godsend for those who want to create code to embed moving picture content online.
4. Find out what’s public about you with WhatsPublic.me.
After a few tests, this didn’t seem entirely robust, but is still handy if you’d like to see what social media information is linked to a specific username.
5. Stay up to date with news and videos trending on Twitter with TrendPortal.net.
Content curators will like this site. Get the jump on content that is trending from one, simple-to-access location.
Still hungry for more? Read these bonus supplementary “track changes”
focusing on the major updates and upgrades to existing social media platforms.
On the Paratus Communications blog,
PR Daily Europe contributing editor Adam Vincenzini rounds up five of the most-talked-about social media platforms each week. The feature is called Platform Five. Adam has agreed to simulcast it on
PR Daily. If you’d like to check out the previous editions, they’re all here for you to browse through.