Getting Tumblr Followers, and More: Social Media Exchange Site Gearing Up for Other Developments

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"Getting Tumblr followers is not the end of improvements", says social media exchange site Keeko as they gear up for more work on developing a better website

Getting Tumblr followers is only the beginning of a long leg of remarkable changes for social media exchange site Keeko. On August 15 last week, Keeko launched their new feature that allows users to gain Tumblr followers which is not available in most social media exchange sites. On top of this development, the Keeko team is currently exploring other Tumblr related functionalities, such as reblogging and liking.

“Keeko will perpetually be a work in progress, and we intend to keep it that way; we want to be updated on our users’ needs as much as possible, and we’re working to accommodate most if not all of them,” says Diana Quartin, Creative Director of Clicking Labs. “Supporting Pinterest is also next on the list after Tumblr.”

In addition to these, the Keeko site is now running at a much faster speed, with the team successfully being able to put Keeko at tiptop shape; this includes improvements on the algorithm in displaying posts to other users, which will make it easier for users to gain more followers, plus ones and the like.

To get a feel of these changes, interested parties may log on to, where they can sign up for an account in quick and easy steps: provide an email and a password, and then confirm the account through email. Once this is done, users can begin to experience gathering followers on Tumblr and Twitter, shares on LinkedIn, as well as Google Plus Ones.

Other updates and news from Keeko can also be found on Twitter.

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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