Silicon Valley, CA (PRWEB) September 7, 2007
Jeroo is in a different class of social networks such as Facebook, LinkedIn and the MySpace's of the world, the Jeroo focus is placed on shared environments, shared spaces.
Social networks today take the stand of individualism, where Jeroo is all about collectivism, where each member within MySpace, Facebook and LinkedIn owns an individual page, Jeroo members share space. Jeroo members can upload videos, pictures, music, party invites, block parties all within one shared space environment amongst friends, family etc.
"Using MySpace as an example, you have 500+ friends, and can you sincerely say that you regularly visit 500+ individual web pages daily? Almost impossible," says Founder El Royce. Jeroo is placing all bets on shared spaces for future communication with friends and family.
"I have too many friends, with too much content and media to share and view between them. Jeroo is all about shared spaces and environments, so that I can see everything collectively, and finally get some work done at the same time. I have another life, you know," said El Royce.
Jeroo seems to emphasize a 3.0 approach to collectively sharing content and media online. Jeroo email also seems to be in its future. With these collective shared spaces, one wonders if this will be the next Google? Only time will tell.
El Royce admits, he is not into social networking, but has become an addict to sharing environments, the power in collectivism. He sees Jeroo as becoming the most advance social platform, but he hates the word social network. Jeroo's aim is to build a social extension of ones real social life.
Jeroo is in alpha mode right now and the future is bright for this new startup.