Available today, the newest evolution of Treemo delivers social networking advocates, consumers and organizations alike, a richer publishing platform and set of media sharing tools (photo, video, audio, text) for sharing content across both web and mobile applications.
Users may now program a new Channel Player widget on their websites, blogs, MySpace pages, or integrate it as a Facebook application to allow for automatic publishing of media content uploaded from their mobile phones to Treemo.com. The new Treemo.com has drawn the attention of high profile musicians and organizations like Russell Simmons’ new non-profit, Diamond Empowerment Fund seeking to build niche social networking communities to connect in real-time with audiences and supporters.? Here’s the full release:
TREEMO UNVEILS ENHANCED PUBLISHING PLATFORM FOR SHARING CONTENT ACROSS
WEB AND MOBILE APPLICATIONS
Launch Attracts Customers Seeking to Build Niche Social Networking
Seattle – DECEMBER 20, 2007 – Treemo (www.treemo.com), the real-time
social media publishing platform dedicated to sharing any type of
media, anytime, anywhere, today unveiled the next evolution of its solution at Treemo.com.
The star feature of the new site is a Channel Player widget that users
can embed on websites, blogs, MySpace and integrate as a Facebook
application to allow for automatic publishing of photo, video, audio
and textual content uploaded to Treemo.com.
“We’ve evolved our offering to make Treemo.com an independent place
where users can upload any or all of their content (photos, videos,
audio,text) from their mobile phones and it updates everywhere,” said Brent
Brookler, CEO of Treemo. “Everywhere being on MySpaceR, Facebook
profile pages and other social networking sites, blogs and personal
wikis. Users will also be able to showcase and share their favorite
content through our new suite of easy to use media sharing tools
including the Channel Player, and Media and Subscribe Widgets.”
Each user gets their own Treemo Channel where they program their
photos, videos, audio and text and share content within the Treemo
community or among personal groups. The Channel Player lets users play
the latest 24 content items from their or any other Treemo Channel.
Users can simply embed the Channel Player in any web page, blog, or
wiki to showcase the latest content from users’ favorite channels –
their own or friends’. Similarly, via the Media Widget, users may
browse Treemo for videos, images, or audio tracks they want to embed
and feature on their own web pages, blogs, or wikis.
Treemo.com also offers an easy Subscribe Widget for users to attract
friends, family or fans to subscribe to their content or favorite Channels.
Users then register their phone numbers to receive alerts to view the
most recent media posted for that Channel on their phones. This
subscribe feature is also embedded within the Channel Player.
Treemo.com will also be localized in four languages: Chinese, German, Portuguese and Spanish.
With its complete set of easy-to-use media publishing and sharing
tools, the new Treemo.com has drawn the attention of high profile
musicians and organizations like Russell Simmon’s new non-profit,
Diamond Empowerment Fund (DEF) seeking to build niche social
networking communities to connect in real-time with audiences and supporters.
Dubbed “shared communities” by Treemo, these websites represent
co-branded initiatives built upon Treemo’s platform. The DEF site can
be found at http://def.treemo.com.
“We are thrilled to be working with such a talented team of designers
and technology professionals that understand our vision,” said Ellen
Haddigan, DEF Executive Director. “We expect the new Treemo tools to
enable us to increase our ability to spread the word and gather
greater support for our mission to empower young Africans through education.”
For more information about the Diamond Empowerment Fund, visit