PikMobile Launches Safe Social, A Free Social Network Without Ads Or Data Collecting

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PikMobile Inc. has announced the launch of Safe Social, a new social network that is not only free to download to your phone and use, but also is free of advertising and doesn’t engage in any “data grabbing.”

PikMobile Inc. has announced the launch of Safe Social, a new social network that is not only free to download to your phone and use, but also is free of advertising and doesn’t engage in any “data grabbing.”

“People who use social media worry about their data being collected and how it is being used,” says Scott Relf, CEO and co-founder of PikMobile (http://www.pikmobile.com).

“They are desperate for an alternative social experience where there are no ads and no data collecting, and where no one is manipulating which friends and posts you see.”

Safe Social started with the vision that people should have total control of their news feed, and only see the friends they choose, Relf said.

“People often are concerned that most major social media platforms allow corporations and political organizations to use targeted ads in the news feed to change how we behave, what we buy and how we think,” he said.

Safe Social does not. But how can Safe Social afford to offer a free service without any money from advertisers?

Users can add paid Premium content directly into their news feed from their favorite celebrities, sports, charities and creators of all kinds. The Premium content is a paid subscription that opens a revenue stream for the person who created the content, and a small share goes to PikMobile.

“The great thing about PikMobile’s Safe Social is that, with one click, people can turn on or turn off any free friend or any paid subscription,” Relf said. “Your news feed always has everything that you choose and nothing that you don’t want, especially no ads.”

About Scott Relf
Scott Relf and his wife Renee are the co-founders of PikMobile (http://www.pikmobile.com), a dual-function mobile platform that allows users to share content through a unique viewing platform. A former senior executive for several large corporations, Relf has expertise in bringing breakthrough products and services into the consumer mass market. He co-founded Zave Networks which was acquired by Google in 2011. Relf earned a BA in management and economics from Rice University and an MSBA in management from the Boston University Questrom School of Business.

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