Khloe Kardashian has posted her first videos to Keek, and now we all have yet another way to follow the Kardashian family's every move. Khloe joined little sisters Kendall and Kylie Jenner, who are some of the social network site's most popular users. (Kendall is the third most popular, and Kylie is fourth.) Kim has also posted a handful of Keeks.
But what exactly IS Keek? It's a social network that lets users share 36-second video clips -- called "Keeks" -- with their followers. You can comment on Keeks, called a "Keekback," just like you do on Twitter or Facebook but, of course, in video instead of in cyber-writing. You can also send private Keeks.
So what did Khloe have to say in her first Keek?
Well, she wished us all a Happy Thanksgiving, of course, and she expressed her love for her fans.
"Whazzup?" she asks. And then declares, "Deuce ... But don't take one." Uh, okay, Khloe. I'll go not do that.
It makes sense that the younger sisters would be introducing the older set to the world of Keek. According to the company, about 75 percent of its members are between the ages of 13 and 25.
In case you were wondering, Keek has been around for about a year -- but what's with the wacky, geeky name? I guess Keek gets asked that question a lot, because the site puts it at the top of its FAQs. What's a Keek? "A Keek, by definition, is a quick look, glance, or peep," the company says.
I haven't heard that one before, but I'll go with it. I'm not sure I'm ready to join up with yet another social network. It's all I can do to stay on top of everyone's Facebook nip-slips and the steady onslaught of Tweets, but if you're into video, maybe it's the thing for you. Or for your teens.
Would you join Keek to keep up with the Kardashians?
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