Social media users can now add Keek, a micro video platform, to their arsenal. Keek is a new social network where users share 36 second max video logs via webcam or mobile apps, in essence Twitter’s video counterpart. By definition, Keek means a quick look, glance or peep.
Keek’s global audience is using the Canada-based social platform to microvlog life experiences and integrate the videos on Facebook, Twitter and Tumblr channels.
According to a recent Pew Research study, video sharing is on the rise and is happening across generations, with usage ranging from 92 percent of Millenials (or Generation Y), 80 percent of Generation X and 54 percent of Boomers.
The Canadian football League, Pro Skater Shane O’Neill, The Toronto Raptors and teen country artist Payton Rae have been using Keek to establish themselves on the platform.
Rae is a young artist produced by Nashville songwriter Brian White, sent her first “keek” (seen below) on Dec. 1 with a positive response from fans, many of whom signed up themselves. Rae’s five-song debut project, Dare To Live, charted Top Five on iTunes in Canada, the UK, Ireland, Australia and Belgium.
Keek is working on new features, apps and enhanced sharing capabilities. Updates can be received @keek Twitter.
New to keek 😉
Nov 30, 2011 | Source: Keek.com
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