About.Me is a great solution to serve as a central hub for your personal brand. Check out mine to see what I mean. About.me pulls together most of the popular services onto the web into a single page, or what they refer to as a “single online identity”
Basically, about.me enables you to create a centralized personal profile page that links to your content around the web. Sound like a Google+ profile page? It’s different for quite a few reasons, but mostly so due to the “splash page” look of the site (where I usually choose to show a large picture of what I look like).
In addition to the slick front end content management tools, about.me also provides analytics so you can see who viewed your profile, where they came from, and where they’ve gone afterwards (your facebook, linkedin, flickr, twitter, blog etc). The only thing that’s missing right now is domain mapping, so I can use my domain name.
They also have a partnership with moo.com (the business card and sticker folks) that let’s you get free business cards that feature a consistent design with your About.me page and a QR code that will link to your about.me profile.