This isn't a primer about Squidoo, although I've blogged about how Squidoo can be used in past postings. It is a quick tip about how you can use a Squidoo lensography–which is essentially an extended profile page all about you (consider it your own money-making Wiki page)–to inform the world about what you're all about in addition to keeping you personnally grounded about all the stuff you've got going on all about the internet.
If you're like me, you can easily get super busy on multiple projects and ambitious internet activities. In fact, sometimes I forget what all I've got going on only to realize that it may have been several weeks since my last update on a niche site or weblog.
If you don't have lensography yet, you should really consider establishing one if for no other reason than the backlinks it can provide to your other sites. Squidoo pages are easily indexed by the search engines which benefits your SEO efforts with no additional work on your part. I use my lensography to provide interested parties with greater insight as to who I am, where I have expertise, and how I define my brand.
As I've updated my lensography, it has also served to remind me of where I've been, what I'm currently doing, and what I need to work on in the future. My lensography helps to keep me focused and provides a one-stop view of my current projects. Making a little money from Squidoo's ad sharing program doesn't hurt either.