Turn your social media profile into a word cloud with this tool

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Cendrine Marrouat

Social Media Slant Founder Cendrine Marrouat is a social media journalist, blogger, coach, curator, and author living in Canada. In 2012, she released The Little Big eBook on Blogging: 40 Traffic Generation Tips, a comprehensive resource that provides bloggers of all levels with essential information and precise guidance to attract quality traffic to their blogs. She is currently working on an eBook on social media strategies.
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HTML5 Word Cloud

Word cloud created from my RSS feed

HMTL5 Word Cloud generates tag clouds by analyzing the most frequently used terms and phrases in Wikipedia articles, uploaded files, RSS feeds, and social media profiles (Facebook, Twitter, and Google+).

If the service reminds you of Wordle, you are absolutely right. However, I find HTML5 Word Cloud easier to use. For example, no need to take screenshots of your creations if you want if you want to keep copies on your computer. Just click the “Save” button at the top right, and you are set.

Word clouds can be fully edited. All you have to do is play with the buttons for shapes and themes. You can also enlarge, shrink, disperse, and gather up the words on the page.

When you are satisfied with your masterpiece, click the “Share” button. Enter a title and description in the pop-up box, and select the social network(s) where you want your friends to see it.

Here is an example of what the tag cloud for my Google+ profile looks like:

word cloud google+

To start using HTML5 Word Cloud, visit http://timc.idv.tw/wordcloud.

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