Madrid, Spain, August 06, 2008 --(PR.com
)-- In words of yoik’s founder, David Guijarro, aka Yo Friki, what makes this startup different from other micro-blogging platform is that “it’s designed to be group wise, so users can either create their own groupsite, inviting their friends, family and colleagues, or join one of the already created by other users.”
Another key in yoik’s concept is simplicity. “We really want yoik to be as easy to use as possible, but still appealing to geeks like ourselves.”
What's yoik about?
Almost everybody would agree it’s pretty cool to get a space of his or her own on the Net.
But it’s even cooler to have a groupsite to hang out with friends, to communicate with loved ones, and to collaborate with co-workers.
All of that can be done here at yoik. Regardless of where in the world they are, users can stay hyper-connected and updated of what everybody is up to in any particular moment.
It’s like a party where you can talk to everyone at the same time.
To keep it fun and easy, users have only 160 characters for your message, just like an SMS.
They can even have a different groupsite for each group of friends, or separated ones for personal and work matters. Whatever you want to stay connected. It’s up to you.
yoik is built entirely upon Open Source solutions, namely WordPress, which gives an incredible flexibility and potential for growing.
yoik can be found at http://yoik.net