first up - what a pleasure the site and service. I was easily able to comprehend and use what it was set up to do.. and while I waited to be at a desktop to do it, I can see that it would have been just as easy on my phone.. fresh!
My new profile is here: http://impactstory.org/
I will recommend my research active contacts to start using this site.
However, as an "early career" researcher, and someone who deliberately operates on the edge of what may be called mainstream (including my use of the various self publishing sites that ImpactStory draws in), I may eventually struggle to use their site. Up until today, I've been trying to get a better control on my Google Scholar profile, but it wants to push me into the mainstream much more so than ImpactStory.
I use Wikiversity to develop and organise my research. I wonder if or how services like ImpactStory might be able to draw in that data? Wikiversity is one of the Wikimedia Foundation projects, so perhaps they would want to go for the data someone has across all those projects. Here's mine.
I'm note sure if they'd be able to mine the impact data of those contributions.. page views should be easy enough, but more complicated stuff like number of other editors on those pages, how active the discussion pages are, and which of my contributions were discussion and project pages and which were actual reference text work...
My Wikiversity userpage is: https://en.wikiversity.
Archive.org is another publishing venue I use, and by now you should be seeing a pattern of free and open source venues as my preference. Here are the search results for works on Archive referring to and authored by me. Basic data on each of those items includes the number of downloads. More interesting data might be the number of seeders of the bit-torrent files..
My personal website (hosted on Blogger) has data in it too: leighblackall.com
Other data sources that may or may not be arguably relevant to a researcher's "impact" would be:
- Published files out of Google Drive
- Contributions to Google Groups and LinkedInGroups
- Google search results
- LinkedIn testimonials and recommendations
- Twitter and Google+ profile views, connections and reshares