If you are an active user on Facebook or twitter, you must be familiar with updating your status every now and then. You build your community, added friends and colleagues to your circles, and share stories and updates with them. Naturally, you will do all of these things on text-based platform.
But here comes a new social network. It is called as Keek. What is the difference between Keek and other social network sites? Well, Keek from the very first placed video sharing as its central power. Instead of spreading your activity with texts or images, why don’t you put a video about your activities? While an image might tell a thousand words, a video is surely worth a thousand pics.
In some way, Keek can be seen as the next-generation twitter. Twitter is a mean of sharing information with as little text as possible, limited to 160 chars. The same applies with Keek; you are limited to a 36-second short video. Why only 36-second and not 30, 45, or 60 seconds video? Well, there is no true answer for this, but let’s keep it as it is, that’s maybe one thing that will keep Keek unique.
You can record your video from your PC’s webcam, iPhone camera, or Android phone camera. After you recorded your video, you can directly upload your Keek (video) to your account and let other send you keekback (comment) about your keek. You can also mention people with ‘@’ symbol and using hash tag ‘#’, just like Twitter experience. Keek also allows you to share the video to Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, and several other social networking sites. This way, your video will be able to be seen from various platforms.
Keek is very popular among celebrities, one of the reasons is the ability to instantly record and upload the video from a mobile device. Kendall Jenner and Christian Beadles have been using Keek for quite some time and they both happy to be able to share the videos with fans.