GizaPage is a new "social network organizer" - not aggregator, mind you - what they do is different. Instead of pulling in your social media posts and updates from around the web into a content stream like FriendFeed, they create a web page which features the social media profiles you link, each in their own tab and each page served from the social network's own domain. It's like loading up a tabbed web browser with links to your Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, etc., but all easily accessible from one custom URL (yourname.gizapage.com).
Recently, GizaPage took their personal branding feature one step further. Now, as an alternative to using the the GizaPage vanity URL, you can host your GizaPage as a masked subdomain. This is one of the handful of features in the service's latest update that goes to show they're more interested in being a tool for social media users than they are simply being a destination web site.
All Your Profiles, One URL
If you maintain a personal brand or even a brand for a company which has a presence across numerous social networks, you can now point your fans, followers, and customers to a specific domain name that you own - and one that doesn't say "GizaPage" anywhere in it. For example: socialmedia.brandname.com. This page can now be customized to blend in with your own branding by changing the background, the color, the font, and the layout.
As you expand your presence to new social media properties, you can easily add them to your tabbed list using GizaPage's well-designed dashboard interface for page management. You can also rearrange the order of the tabs so your Facebook appears in the line up ahead of your MySpace page, for instance.
To draw people into your social media world, GizaPage has also added a new feature called a "GizaCard" that displays the icons for all the social media profiles you set up along with your name or brand name. The card can be embedded on any site, blog, or online profile that supports embeds. With one click on the card, your entire social media lineup loads within a new web page so visitors can browse through all your profiles at once and friend or follow you on the sites they choose.
Not only is the GizaCard convenient for you and your site's visitors, it's also worth noting that GizaPage hasn't mucked up the card by slapping their own branding on top of it. Nowhere on the card is "GizaPage" mentioned - it's simply a tool that links you back to their service.
Stats and More
After implementing these new features, you can then take advantage of GizaPage's newly launched statistics section which details page views, visits, and other useful stats that can help you determine the success (or lack thereof) of your various social media profiles across the web. In the future, the company plans on ramping up this section to become more robust, possibly charging a premium for access to the more detailed stats.
All of these upgrades are available now for free except for the subdomain feature. That will cost $4.99 per month in the future. However, GizaPage is offering it for free for a year if you sign up by July 31st - if interested, you can do so from here.