The new kid-safe social networking site recently released by BizRocket.com, Inc., and continuing to develop as it grows, is designed to have many of the properties of a site like Facebook, but with security features that make it safe for pre-teens. KidzRocket.com is designed to have safe chat rooms and a social networking structure that allows parents to set boundaries. The idea is to have a completely safe and profanity free networking environment where kids can connect with other kids they know and safely share conversations, photos, and videos. KidzRocket.com also prevents the release of sensitive personal information, photographs, and other content to the public.
All of the settings and controls of the KidzRocket Internet Web Filter are free to KidzRocket.com members, and, in addition to being kid-safe, are parental friendly and designed for easy parental involvement, encouraging communication with their children. The result is a user-approved network of friends, personal profiles, blogs, groups, photos, music, and videos, all targeted for pre-teens.
There are currently approximately 130 million parents in the U.S. with children between 8 and 13, roughly 60 million pre-teens. Parents, schools, church groups, and law enforcement organizations are all actively seeking ways to deal with the risks inherent in the uncontrolled growth of the Internet. Company marketing and awareness efforts are directed to local, regional, and national organizations, with continued contact maintained with the subscriber base, aimed at establishing KidzRocket as a respected partner in the move to a safer Internet.
The revenue model is based upon parent or grandparent subscribers, plus support from private organizations looking for a safe social networking alternative. Subscription pricing is kept low, and attrition is also expected to be low, with 50% of subscribers expected to still be enrolled after 5 years.
For more information, visit the company’s website at www.BizRocket.com, and their KidzRocket site at www.KidzRocket.com
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