Keeko Offers Customer Support to Users

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Keeko.com talks about latest feature adapted on their revamped website to support users transitioning to its new design.

Continuous improvements are currently being implemented by Keeko.com for the thousands of users who are growing their networks on the social media exchange site. The website that sports a brand new design and additional features has now incorporated chat and email support for all their users.

Keeko has also employed customer support that users can consult for their queries. “We encourage our users to send in their suggestions and comments. Especially that we’ve just revamped the site, we’ll expect our users to go through an adjustment phase” says Diana Quartin, Creative Director for Clicking Labs, the company that owns and manages Keeko.

“User comments help us to determine whether we should make necessary modifications for the site. It’s important to listen what Keeko users are thinking,” adds Quartin.
This is also good news for new users as they can easily contact customer support by using this added feature.

To join the Keeko community, one can easily get started on creating an account by visiting Keeko.com. Users can start earning points by following social accounts, liking and sharing posts and other content. These points can then be redeemed in the form of more Twitter followers on their roll, and getting more Facebook likes, among others.

For more information about Keeko and their latest updates and promotions, follow them on Facebook and Twitter.

Gather people to your online hubs by visiting http://www.keeko.com and start growing your network.

About Keeko:

Keeko is a wholly owned company by Clicking Labs. With dedication and perseverance they were able to bring together a diverse team of web professionals to provide internet businesses with creative web marketing strategies. Founded in Ottawa, Canada, the company has expanded operations to Cebu, Philippines in early 2011 to better serve its clients.

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