Jul 15 Posted 3 years ago
found your article via Google today.
Would be great to have your feedback about keeeb.com
Keeeb is a next generation content curation tool providing one of the best clipping technologies and a unique grouping functionality. While other services offer tools to save or highlight websites as a whole, Keeeb allows you to highlight and save sections of an article, including key phrases, videos and images. Keeeb has unlimited image upload capacity, extensions for all browsers and will release its mobile apps by 08/2013. Keeeb allows for people to collaborate in teams and have the option to keep information private or public.
Visitors to Keeeb pages will find not only a collection of hyperlinks but curated content. Our model is based on business accounts, premium features and various forms of advertisement. We already have paying customers and we are currently in negotiations with international brands and publishers to distribute their content on Keeeb.
A short how-to section: http://keeeb.com/+how-to
It would be great if you could give Keeeb a quick test run to see how you find the site and we are, of course, happy to answer any questions you may have.
PS: We gave all Clipboard users a new home with our import tool, recommended by Clipboard's CTO: http://blog.keeeb.com/post/50367925136/dear-clipboarders-get-ready
May 23 Posted 3 years ago
Thanks Stephanie for the kind comments about Spundge!
As you might already know, Spundge is much more than a curation tool. Spundge is also a content creation and delivery platform. Spundge enables marketers like you to integrate feeds into one easy to filter stream and then to create content and deliver it inside your organization as well as to your customers. Take a look here:
SPUNDGE 2-MINUTE OVERVIEW VIDEO: http://spundge-1.wistia.com/medias/0hk8kqaz24
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