FlexiSPY is thrilled to have joined Steemit, the revolutionary new platform that is changing the face of social networking and blogging. Steemit provides a safe environment for sharing legitimate content otherwise restricted or censored by certain online mega-controllers – and is the perfect home for us to share the reality of our business, exciting product updates and commentary on the most pertinent topics in the cyber security world.
Unfiltered, unrestricted and honest.
In recent years, FlexiSPY and other monitoring software providers have come under fire from a slew of media outlets and less-than-reputable ‘journalists’ and rapists (er, industry experts.) Certainly, the nature of our products doesn’t suit everyone, but not everyone supports the promotion of other controversial products like alcohol, skin whitening creams or movies produced by known sexual predators. Can we get an #UsToo!
But rather than focus on the negative, we are looking ahead by joining a fair platform where channels for discussion are open. We encourage community interaction and look forward to honest feedback. How better for FlexiSPY to grow than through opinions and questions from the very people who understand (or, perhaps don’t yet understand) what it is we do.
What does FlexiSPY do?
FlexiSPY produces the world’s most powerful monitoring software for computers, tablets and mobile phones – and we do so with pride. Pride in knowing we help parents protect their children from the dangers of online predators and cyberbullying. Pride in knowing businesses can operate safely without the threat of data breaches or the leaking of confidential information.
And now we take pride in being members of Steemit – a community of more than 450,000 early adopters who share in our belief that everyone has the right to be heard.
How does Steemit work?
Steemit is an exciting social networking site built on the Steem blockchain database. Users share information, pictures, videos, blog posts and more and have the opportunity to be rewarded for the content they share.
Other Steemit users can upvote your content (similar to Reddit), which in turn translates to real, convertible cryptocurrency called STEEM. It’s called ‘attention economy’ and it basically means users are rewarded by other users for sharing content that they like or find useful.
Imagine, earning money for the content you normally share on Facebook or Twitter. What a concept!
So, join us as we take 2018 head on and throw up the middle finger to censorship!
Have any questions or comments? Let us know what you think below and be sure to follow us on Steemit (@FlexiSPY) if you haven’t already!