Ottawa, On (PRWEB) August 24, 2012
In light of a recent incident involving British royalty, social media exchange site Keeko urges its users to exercise caution, and practice etiquette on social media.
Recently, news erupted online about photos of Britain’s Prince Harry being exposed to media both online and offline. The photos, which were published by British newspaper The Sun, show Prince Harry partying in Vegas on a private weekend. The topic has been among those that topped the list of trending topics on Google Trends, and since August 21 netizens have been abuzz online about the matter.
Upon entering the world of social media, users have only one thing in mind: to share content, whether it be personal or business related. Currently, the population of Keeko users is not limited to those looking for brand exposure; some users also employ the use of Keeko services for the simple joy of connecting with people from across the globe.
“With thousands of people using the Internet, there is much that people can do with content obtained online. These can be reblogged, shared, edited. But some people may not be as conscientious we expect,” says Diana Quartin, Creative Director of Clicking Labs.
“Not only should we be cautious of what we post online, we also must practice social media etiquette. We believe in mutual respect, and would like to remind our users to practice it,” she adds.
Currently, Keeko already has thousands of users trading followers, and supports Google Plus, LinkedIn, Twitter, and Tumblr. Keeko is gearing to support more social media platforms.
To sign up for an account with Keeko, those interested can log on to http://www.keeko.com and begin to earn points that they can redeem in the form of followers and connections.
Keeko can also be found on Twitter.
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.