Safe Communications Registrants Surpass 200,000 for Free Service on MouseMail.com Company to institute a major marketing campaign over the next several months
SCOTTSDALE, Ariz., May 31, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Safe Communications, Inc. (Pink Sheets: SGTB) announced today that the number of registrants on their child safety site, MouseMail.com, is in excess of 200,000, more than double a month ago, a significant amount considering the site is still in its early stages. A new, improved version of MouseMail.com was released earlier this month and additional, greatly enhanced features are expected over the next 30 days. The company also plans several major marketing efforts starting the first of June, which they believe will significantly increase the user base.
MouseMail.com is a tool that allows parents to filter their child's email and text messages for inappropriate language that is indicative of cyberbullying and/or sexting. The system blocks any outside users from contacting the child and allows communication to flow freely between approved users. The parents are only alerted if certain key words are detected and flagged.
The new, revised version of MouseMail.com focuses primarily on the first time users of the internet, 4-10 year olds. In addition to filtering messages, the site has age appropriate games, a reward driven point system leading to prizes, animation and related interactive educational tools.
John Venners, CEO of Safe Communications, Inc., said, "We are thrilled to see that more than 200,000 users have now registered for our free service. It is evident that the public is concerned about the growing epidemic surrounding cyberbullying and the benefits of having a free product like MouseMail.com available to them and their children."
Dr. Robin Kowalski, Clemson University psychology professor/cyberbullying expert and Adviser to Safe Communications, confirmed that parents of "first time" users are perplexed on how best to protect their children as they enter the cyber world. "Educating both parents and children on the seriousness of unprotected access to digital communications early on is vital to help curb cyberbullying in their upcoming teenage years," said Kowalski. According to Kowalski, "technology is permeating into kindergarten and even younger. It's great that Safe Communications has risen to the challenge by providing a safe environment for young, first time users."
About Safe Communications:
Safe Communications, Inc. provides open and secure family communications that are in step with today's advances in social media. While protecting our most precious asset, our children, our systems are designed to enhance the quality and frequency of day-to-day communications among family members. We allow users to experience the marvel of advanced technology without fear or danger.
Safe Communications' products, led by MouseMail.com, are designed for the modern family on the go. Early detection devices warn parents of potential abuse and inappropriate content, allowing secure, open exchange with loved ones and friends. Just as your child is not allowed to enjoy a ride in the car without a seat belt, Safe Communications designs products so that your children can enjoy the electronic ride without being exposed to potential harm or abuse. For more information, contact: firstname.lastname@example.org or visit us online at www.mousemail.com.
SOURCE Safe Communications, Inc.