Archive for October 2014

Add a private social network to your Site for readers

Pvt social network

It’s amply clear that the mere running of a Website is not enough these days. You need to also let the world know about its existence via social media, Online marketing & all that jazz. Driving traffic is the name of the game, & can get you the funds you want.

Here’s a startup now that allows you to have your very own personal social network for readers/users of your Website. That’s right. Called Spot.IM, this “private”social network allows your Site visitors to have real-time conversation, thus enabling the Site owners to promote Content & reach the audience directly. Besides, Spot. IM also allows scaling up of the network. Those who want to use this social network can sign-up using any of their social accounts such as Facebook or LinkedIn.

The Site administrator holds the controls of the social network & can ensure no inappropriate Content is uploaded, + have access to some advanced filtering tools. And adding it to a Website is simple – you need to just add a piece of code. The other advantage is that Spot.IM is completely free “with no strings attached”.


Image Credit: Spot.IM


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Sent a text to wrong person & don’t know what to do? Introducing: SAVE MY ASS mobile app

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savemyassThat is exactly what happened to SAVE MY ASS™ (SMA) friends and co-creators Gillian Burke and Wendy Hall. Gillian rapid-fired off a text to Wendy complaining about a guy she was dating and realized she sent the text to him by mistake. After Wendy helped her draft a response, Gillian exclaimed “There should be an app for this! I’m not the only one that doesn’t know how to text!”

With a quick swipe on your mobile, SMA is a consumer app featuring thousands of witty, pre-written texts, a “talk dirty to me” category and even a first-of-its-kind “alibi” feature. Whether you send a text intended for someone to the wrong person; you’re dating and not sure how to initiate flirting or banter; you’re in a relationship and want to spice things up; or you receive a text from someone and truly don’t know how to respond, SMA was created to help you.

Features include:

  • 18 witty categories featuring over 1500 texts that can be sent as is or personalized by the user.
  • Want to spice things up? The “talk dirty to me” category includes clever banter from romantic to sexy.
  • Need an alibi? Log in, choose the “alibi” feature, write a text to cover your tracks and choose a friend from your contact list as your “alibi.” Hit “send” and the text will be sent simultaneously to the recipient and your “alibi” ensuring your whereabouts are “confirmed.”
  • Share/Trending. Users are encouraged to share outrageous, hilarious texts received and sent to be voted on each week. The most popular submissions will be found in the “trending” category ensuring content is constantly changing and updating.

“Our goal is to help adults communicate more effectively when texting,” said Wendy Hall co-creator of SAVE MY ASS, “Gillian and I were both divorced, in our 30s and found ourselves in new world of digital dating. We didn’t know what to say or how to communicate.” Added Gillian, “We developed the app to have universal appeal for anyone who communicates by texting and simply needs help knowing what to say in a fun and clever way.”

Download the SAVE MY ASS app for free in the Apple app store at A one-time in app purchase allows users to upgrade to include the “alibi” feature, the “talk dirty to me” category or both, priced from $4.99 – $7.99. A version for Android is coming soon.

About FiftyOne K, LLC:
Privately held, FiftyOne K, LLC is a Delaware based company founded in 2013 by co-creators of the SAVE MY ASS™ app Gillian Burke and Wendy Hall. The name FiftyOne K is derived from the amount of funding they initially thought they would need to take their app idea and bring it to market.

SAVE MY ASS’s mission is to help any mobile user navigate communication through text. Whether a user sends a text intended for someone to the wrong person; is dating and is unsure how to initiate flirting or banter; is in a relationship and wants to spice things up; or receives a text from someone and truly does not know how to respond, SAVE MY ASS was created to help. For more information, visit or find us on Twitter (@save_my_ass_), Facebook ( or YouTube (

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