monkkee has a social media presence on Facebook, Google+ and Twitter. Our fan base is growing steadily but slowly. This is hardly surprising, since we keep a low profile on social media. What we lack is a strategy, and there’s a reason for that.
monkkee takes a fundamentally different approach from that applied by social networks. Social networks are public, ad-financed, have privacy drawbacks and apply opaque data collection practices. Everything monkkee stands for is the exact opposite: a maximum degree of security, privacy and confidentiality. The data is the user’s sole property, monkkee is totally ad-free.
How does this fit together? Actually quite well, because the only topic we write about in social networks is monkkee. And there is no direct link to the monkkee application. Or is there?
How do you personally feel about this? Should we be more active on Facebook, Google+ and Twitter? Besides new features and software changes, should we also address other journaling-related topics? Would you be interested in subscribing to a newsletter? Please leave your comment below this article or on Facebook, Google+ or Twitter, or use the contact form if you wish to remain anonymous.