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Social networking sites have gone a long way from being just a mere pastime for the bored to a tool for creating an online profile and connecting with other people. However, some abuse it and use it to send spam and other malicious content to other users, making the process of following new people online quite tricky. is a social interaction engine that can help you add or follow the right people in the appropriate social media channel. It can help you decide if an online profile is worth following in a particular social media platform by providing you with professional, social, and geographic data of the user, as well as community rankings of the profile in question.

With, you can search for people, products, services, and companies that have an online social media presence. You can use Awesomize to find the Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, MySpace, Quora, YouTube, Google+, and FourSquare pages of a specific person or company. You may also create your own page in order to aggregate and manage your online profiles from various social networking websites. In addition, creating an account will allow you to vote and rank the various profiles that you can find in is a very useful web tool if you are serious about managing your online social media profiles. This is especially important for companies since it can serve as an additional channel for more users.


  • Search for pertinent web information regarding online profiles of persons, companies, products, or services.
  • Provides links to the various social networking pages of a person or company.
  • Supports Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, MySpace, Quora, YouTube, Google+, and FourSquare.
  • Users can create profile page for aggregating and managing their online social media presence.
  • Users can rate a profile on a social level, a personal level, and based on it’s potential contribution to the region.
  • Contact users or companies regarding their products.

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  1. Elias Shams
    September 29, 2011 at 6:15 pm

    We just released our first  video :-) - Distinguish Your Online Quality fans and followers

  2. Anonymous
    August 4, 2011 at 6:12 am

    Looks good.

  3. ali
    August 3, 2011 at 5:15 pm

    Awwesome! I just set up my page:

  4. Tina
    August 3, 2011 at 1:17 pm

    Great recap, Elias!

  5. Elias Shams
    August 3, 2011 at 10:31 am

    Hey guys, I am flattered! This is awesome!!! Now that we got Goole+ and new myspeace,  I strongly believe it’s time for such a hot space to enter into a new category. You guys nailed it on your coverage :-) 

    Here is my 2cents on this whole internet -> search Engine -> Social media evolution and my rational on why there is a need for a portal to provide a quick and intelligent decision for both the consumer and the companies about their online connections:

    - Early 90s: WWW was born…
    - By mid 90?s: millions of sites popped up on the Web…
    - Mid – late 90s: Yahoo & Google were born to help us to find the right information of the right pages on the Web…  
    - Early 2000: Social media was born…  
    - Late 2000: Millions of pages created by people, companies, and organizations on all these social media channels.  
    - 2011: Deja vu all over again… we are back to early 90’s…  
    - 2012 and beyond…the days of just setting up a website or blog to promote yourself, your talent, your business, and your solution offerings AND creating a page for them on Facebook, LinkedIn, are Twitter are O-V-E-R!. Your social media pages and sites should be on a place where the vast number of users and communities can easily find you, learn about you - AND - express their opinion/rate you and your goodies. If you are confident you are selling something awesome, you need the power of the crowd to
    promote you (and your company) anyway.  

    That is exactly why I built - the portal to all your existing social media channels. A Platform to Help us to Distinguish Our Quality vs. Quantity Friends, Fans, Followers, and Companies.

    Founder & Awesomizer
    Washington, DC