uKnow.com Enables Direct Selling Organizations to Grow While Addressing Major Social Issue

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BeanStalk Uses uKnow.com to Power Community of Child Advocates. Service will help to combat cyberbullying, sexting and online predators.

"Every parent wants and needs more transparency into their child's digital life..." said Hannah Masters, CEO, BeanStalk

uKnow.com, Inc., a provider of parental intelligence solutions, today announced that BeanStalk, LLC (http://www.abeanstalk.com), a direct selling organization focused on child safety products,is using its technology to power BeanStalk’s offerings. uKnow.com's technology will enable BeanStalk customers to have a bird's eye view of what is going on in their child's digital world so that they can keep their finger on the pulse, and when necessary, take action to protect the safety and privacy of their children.

uKnow.com's enterprise platform product, called FamilyConnect.net, is the only commercially available offering that merges social network, mobile phone and location monitoring into a single consumer product which can be private-labeled by companies. Using FamilyConnect.net, companies such as direct selling organizations, home security providers, cable providers, wholesale club stores, and more can offer a value-added service without the need to invest in additional infrastructure.

uKnow.com will power the front-end BeanStalk website, all subscription management, billing, payment processing, reporting, analytics and technical support. BeanStalk independent business owners, known as Advocatesnwill have the opportunity to offer a free version of the service and sell upgraded versions of the service ranging from only $4.95 per month to $19.95 per month. The free version enables Advocates to provide a valuable service to their community while also extending their networking opportunities.

“We are extremely enthusiastic to add BeanStalk to our growing list of enterprise clients, since their focus on child safety issues aligns so well with our company’s mission,” said Steve Woda, CEO and co-founder of uKnow.com “Partnering with uKnow.com is a very natural fit for any direct selling organization because today’s parents are actively looking for solutions to the parenting challenges technology presents. You cannot watch television for more than a few minutes today without the topic of cyberbullying, sexting, or online predators coming up. The current environment creates a tremendous opportunity for direct sales organizations with the foresight to grow their businesses while helping to address these important social issues.”

“Every parent wants and needs more transparency into their child’s digital life, but would like to achieve it in a noninvasive and constructive way. We are excited to use uKnow.com to power our BeanStalk service offerings that help parents simplify the task of monitoring their kids’ technology use,” said Hannah Masters, CEO of BeanStalk. “uKnow.com managed the entire process of getting the service up and running, which allowed us to stay focused on our area of expertise -- sales and marketing.”

About uKnow.com

Founded in 2009 and headquartered in Arlington, Va., uKnow.com is the only parental intelligence system available for both private-label and consumer use. The company powers the world's leading Parental Intelligence Systems including uKnowKids.com, http://www.kidsafe.me, and http://www.SafeCyberKids.com, among others.

uKnow.com works with companies and organizations to help parents protect their kids from child predators, sexting, and cyberbullying with a special focus on the social networks and mobile phone. uKnow.com provides parents with a bird's eye view of what is going on in their child's digital world so that they can keep their finger on the pulse, and when necessary, take action to protect the safety and privacy of their kids. You can find uKnow.com on Twitter (@uknowkids), on Facebook, or follow our blog at http://www.uknowkids.com.

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