This might be of interest to some of you: Google Scholar now allows you to correct links or citations to your work. It also provides a complete summary of all your citations, by article, by year, etc. It’s a functionality similar to academia.edu, but it let’s you remove wrong links to your work (e.g. to old prepublished manuscripts).
The interface is rather convenient since it allows you to import all references from scholar, which is almost 95% correct. Overall, it’s actually much more convenient than academia.edu (though I’d say it serves a slightly different purpose). It also generates a list of all your co-authors and other schnick-schnack ;). Check it out. Sweet.
Here’s a screen shot for those of you, who remain unconvinced (you can get a similar view for each paper separately):
Who knew that one of my most influential papers (aehem) is on Bulgarian wh-questions ;). And can I just mention that this even found my undergraduate homework on “The [tragic] comedy in the 18th/19th/20th century”, prepared for a class in Modern German literature: