Vizify has long allowed users to see pages showing their social media chatter morphed into neat infographics and visualizations — for free.
Now, though, the Portland startup is introducing a paid version of its service that comes with a bevy of new features. Vizify Premium lets you build a customizable personal website that can show off as little or as much of your social media life, along with several other bits of information.
I’ve been playing around with it a bit, and you can see my updated page above. The premium version allows you to change the background and color scheme, move around the circles and insert everything from images, video, audio and documents. You can link up all your social media accounts for seamless access to content.
Another cool aspect of the premium version is a personal domain name, which has been Vizify’s most-requested feature. Premium plans come with a custom domain like “yourname.com,” with Vizify acquiring and configuring everything for you. Users can also host their Vizify bio on an already-established domain.
In addition, there is also an email forwarding feature for your domain, which means people can email you at that domain — i.e. email@example.com — and it will forward all messages sent there to an email address you specify.
The premium option, which costs $83.88 annually or $9.99 monthly, also removes Vizify branding and allows you to embed your Vizify bio anywhere.
Vizify raised $1.2 million last year from a number of leading Seattle area angel investors. Participants in the round included Voyager Capital’s Bill McAleer, BigDoor chief design officer Matt Shobe, Seattle super angels Geoff Entress and Bill Bryant, former Qpass CEO Chase Franklin, venture capitalist Tim Draper and Picnik co-founder Jonathan Sposato.
(Editor’s note: Jonathan Sposato is GeekWire’s chairman and investor.).