Ping.fm – Update your Status on Multiple Social Networks Facebook Twitter AIM iGoogle GTalk, Messenger YIM AOL

free ping.fm update Twitter, Pownce, Facebook, MySpace, LinkedIn, Friendster Ping.fm is a free ping service that lets you update multiple social networking profiles – Twitter, Pownce, Facebook, MySpace, LinkedIn, Friendster & many others – from one place.

Ping.fm supports of many different platforms and applications.

You can use it through AIM, GTalk, iGoogle, Windows Live Messenger, Yahoo! Messenger, WAP, iPhone/iPod Touch, SMS or plain e-mail.

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Free Trillian Basic & Trillian Astra – Combine AOL AIM YIM MSN ICQ Instant Messengers

combine instant messengers AIM AOL MSN freeWith Free Trillian Basic you can combine instant messengers like YIM, AOL, AIM, MSN & IRC into one single chat client.

Trillian is offered in 2 versions. The free Trillian Basic & the commercial Trillian Pro. However, except for the video chat part, the Trillian Basic can combine most of the popular chat instant messengers – AOL Instant Messenger, ICQ, MSN Messenger, Yahoo! Messenger & IRC.

The Trillian Pro can combine a few more instant messengers like Google Talk, Jabber, Novel Groupwise Messenger & Rendezvous. It also allows video chatting on all the chat instant messengers.

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Combine Facebook, Twitter, MSN, AOL & other Social Network Updates

combine yahoo facebook AOL AIM twitter friends IDs into one single ID With the explosion of social media networking people are finding it difficult to stick to one Social Networking tool.

If you are using Microsoft MSN & MSN Live along with Yahoo! Messenger & AOL Messenger, it is possible that your friends from school are keeping themselves busy on Flickr, while your friends from business are using Twitter more often!

That still leaves people using social networking tools & instant messengers like Meebo, Friendfeed & a host of others out.

So how do you combine all the social networking & instant messaging tools like Yahoo! Messenger, MSN Live, AOL AIM, Twitter, Friendfeed et all into one?

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