The catch to most personal and professional nameplate sites is that they offer you a single page that you can customise and tweak to describe yourself, and that's all you get. They may integrate with your social networks, but it's really for display purposes.
Sidengo is a new service that's a little different. Instead of giving you one page, Sidengo allows you to create a nameplate site, complete with multiple pages for contact info, social networks and more.
Much like some of our other favourite nameplate sites, Sidengo lets you sign up and build a landing page that visitors can visit and learn more about you. You get a number of templates to get you started, or the option to upload your own images to use with your site, and a WYSISYG editor that lets you customise and tweak the design in real time without working with the underpinnings of the site.
Where Sidengo departs from the traditional model is in the number of modules and sub-sites that it offers. You can add a contact page with as much or as little information on it as you want, like a map, phone number and email address, and requests for information through the page will be routed to you. You can integrate your social networks with the site, so visitors can click to see your recent tweets, Facebook posts, and if you have a Facebook page for your brand or business, you can integrate it with your landing page as well. You can even upload PDFs, custom forms for visitors to fill out, and other documents so visitors can grab a copy of your resume if you're looking for work, or your menu if you're a restaurant owner.
The service also supports Flickr galleries, YouTube video embeds and sports mobile optimisation out of the box, so as soon as you set up your page, it's ready for viewing on mobile devices. Sidengo is currently in beta, and while it's in beta the service is free. If you've tried other services and are looking for an alternative, Sidengo is worth a look.