Mark Zuckerberg has been using recently released Jelly, a “Quora with photos” type of social app founded by Twitter co-founder Biz Stone.
Launched in early-January, Jelly is the new-kind of social app, which let you take photos of anything, crop, annotate and attach a question on it to ask with your friends on Facebook and Twitter to get the best answers from the community.
However, the founder of the app has got a good guerilla marketing chance for his app (we on’t know, whether it’s intentional or not) as the Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg has snapped a photo of a small spider found in his bathroom and posted it with the question on the app. Nine minutes later, Jelly’s Chief Operating Officer, Kevin Thau replied with an answer along with the WikiPedia link.
“I think it’s a Phidippus Johnsoni. Probably want to relocate it out of the house” he said in the answer.
Jelly’s Founder, Biz Stone has entered the scene and tweeted:
— Biz Stone (@biz) January 13, 2014
The spider found in Zuckerberg’s bathroom isn’t poisonous, but it can jump and does have a nasty bite. Whatever, Biz wants to make understand his followers, at what extent the app can be used as. The Jelly’s post can be seen here.