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Keeeb: more than just a bookmarking site

Keeeb saves clippings from your favorite web sites so you can access it quickly but it’s the social element that really sets the service apart.



Keeeb is more than just bookmarking

Keeeb is an online web clipping tool that allows users to save snippets from any web site using a bookmarklet. It is as simply as selecting text, images, video, or anything else and it will save it to your Keeeb profile. You can also select a personalized domain (, so that if you want to use it to share information about your business, such as press reviews, videos, or memos, you can share it all in one place, with one link.

If you are ready to try Keeeb out, simply register with your name, email, and a password, or you can sign up via Facebook, Google, or Twitter. After registration is complete, you will drag the bookmarklet to your preferred browser’s tool bar (where you place your bookmarks) and you should then be able to see the Keeeb toolbar.

Then you can highlight any item you like and click “save” and it will automatically be saved to your Keeeb profile. You can take it one step further and set up folders to organize your content and when you click “save” you will be able to specific which folder you want the information to go to.

Add a dash of social to really mix it up

Keeeb also functions as a social network of sorts. You can see other users and their content and share anything you like via Facebook, Twitter and Google. You can also choose to keep things private. This is a bit like Pinterest meets Twitter. Once you have found and saved content that you like, you can add a note. This allows you to add thoughts, links, or explanations to your content.

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If you are rolling out a new product and you want to share the image, you can do so with a note detailing when it will be released and a few of the particulars to get people exciting and sharing your information. Using Keeeb in this manner could almost be viewed as an alternative form of blogging. You “blog” through whatever you Keeeb, making the possibilities endless and as more and more users look for something to replace Clipboard* (which is terminating service June 30, 2013) Keeeb could become increasingly more popular.

*Note: If you were a Clipboard user, Keeeb offers an import tool so you can import everything you had on Clipboard and continue saving items on Keeeb.

Jennifer Walpole is a Senior Staff Writer at The American Genius and holds a Master's degree in English from the University of Oklahoma. She is a science fiction fanatic and enjoys writing way more than she should. She dreams of being a screenwriter and seeing her work on the big screen in Hollywood one day.

1 Comment

1 Comment

  1. Konrad

    June 25, 2013 at 1:06 pm

    Hi Jennifer,

    thank you very much for your very nice words about Keeeb. I also like it very much, that you already see more use cases than just keeebing. I just started to use it as my blog 😉

    Let me know if you have any further questions.
    Also let me know about your screenwriter ambitions.
    I know a couple people in the film biz here in Germany.


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