If you are looking to try to keep track of all the places from whence you post your mobile photos, a new site that launches today called VenueSeen.com might be the place you want to visit. The idea is that they geolocate and collect photos from a variety of sharing sites, including FoodSpotting, Foursquare, Instagram and Facebook. They don't collect any photos from Pinterest at the moment. Think of them as what Nimble.com and Gremln.com have done for coordination of your overall social networks, VenueSeen is attempting to do for your photos.

You can pick and choose all or some of the four networks that you want them to scan, as you see from the screenshot here.

The service is designed initially for retail consumer-oriented businesses that want to promote themselves, such as a restaurant or a clothing store or some other shopping destination. VenueSeen has solved the problem of aligning the various geolocation coordinates to make sure that the same Starbucks' shop shows up consistently from its four feeder sites and matching them up so you can see they were taken in the same place. In addition to consolidating photos, they also collect tips and reviews from these four sites into one place. There is also a handy stats widget that shows you where the photos from a particular location originated from.

Most b2b operations probably won't want to get involved, unless you want to share pics of your employees taken in their own offices. That could be pretty boring unless you have a quirky place in the South of Market district in San Francisco (such as SAYMedia, our parent company).