Wee Web, the family sharing site, officially launches direct video uploads. Members can now update their child’s page by uploading video directly to Wee Web from their computer. Wee Web immediately alerts family and friends via email of a new video post, making staying connected easier than ever.
Wee Web’s new direct video uploading feature provides a needed alternative to public video sharing sites such as YouTube and Vimeo, which are neither private nor secure. Wee Web provides parents with the necessary security to share private moments with only family and friends.
“This is a big step forward for Wee Web,” explains Wee Web Founder and CEO Matt Meeker. “We polled Wee Web parents and asked them what feature they wanted most, and overwhelmingly, they asked for direct video uploads because of their privacy concerns. No parent wants to broadcast video of their child in the bathtub to the whole world.”
Wee Web remains committed to providing members with a simple, private and interactive platform that helps families stay connected. Wee Web’s new direct video upload feature eliminates the need for parents to use multiple platforms to share intimate moments with friends and family. Unlimited video sharing feature is now available for $29.95 per year.
Wee Web continues to respond to the needs of today’s parent and the new direct video upload feature is the first in a series of features Wee Web will debut in coming months.
About Wee Web
Wee Web (wee-web.com), from the Founder of Meetup, helps families share moments and stay connected – no matter where everyone lives. With a simple, secure and private user interface, Wee Web makes it easy for parents to keep family and friends involved in their kids' rapidly changing lives so no one misses the special moments that happen only once. Visit Wee Web and start sharing!