Social media monitoring is big business... and it’s getting bigger and bigger each year.

  • Social media monitoring companies are attracting investor interest as hundreds of millions of children worldwide face predatory behavior and bullying.1
  • Investors watch as an ambitious company — RAADR, Inc. (OTC: RDAR) – joins the $4.6 billion2 social media monitoring industry
  • RAADR, Inc. wants to do for protecting children what Twitter, WhatsApp and Snapchat did for messaging!

The explosion in the use of the Internet by teens and pre-teens is creating concerns previous generations of parents could not even imagine.

For example, it’s estimated that…

  • Fully 70%3 of children ages 8 to 17 have encountered explicit content online
  • 69% of teenagers regularly receive online communications from strangers without their parents knowing4
  • 65% of children over the age of 8 have encountered bullying while using social media5

These social media and Internet behaviors can have serious consequences.

That’s why there has been an explosion in the use of social media monitoring technologies over the past few years among parents, schools and children themselves.

In fact, apps that monitor the social media use of children are among the fastest-growing new technologies today.

Social Media Monitoring Companies Rapidly Growing Over Past 24 Months

Savvy investors have also noticed that social media monitoring companies have seen explosive growth over the past several years.

For example, companies such as Hootsuite, Nexology, Mentionlytics, Reputology, and Talkwalker monitor what people are saying on social media.6

The problem is, most of these companies focus on businesses, not individuals, and are primarily concerned with “brand reputation” and market research.

There are a few companies that specialize in monitoring child social media use specifically, such as Bark, mSpy, Qustodio, Net Nanny, Family Shield, Kaspersky Safe Kids and Kid Logger.7

However, these companies are mostly privately held – and charge sizable monthly fees.

What’s more, many ignore the biggest dangers – such as messaging about school threats – that are of most concern to parents and educators.

A Child-Centered App for the $4.6 Billion Social Media Monitoring Industry

That’s why investors are so excited by a social media monitoring company, geared toward protecting children specifically, that is now going public.

The company is RAADR, Inc. (OTC: RDAR).

Based in Phoenix, RAADR’s software products allow children, parents, school districts and law enforcement to monitor bullying or threatening behavior across social media in real time.

Armed with advanced features that include keyword tracking, real-time alerts, and site filtering, RAADR’S unique platform can determine whether children or young adults could be vulnerable to predatory behavior.

In practical terms, that means parents can be alerted instantly should concerning situations arise.

And that’s why RAADR has been embraced by a host of school officials, and sports and TV celebrities. 

It’s the culmination of a multi-year anti-bullying social movement begun by RAADR CEO Jacob DiMartino that has been featured on dozens of TV shows and in schools across the country. 

RAADR is in talks with professional sports groups and associations to take part in its “Kindness Counts” initiative, an attempt to involve children themselves in the campaign against school bullying.  

Becoming the X/Twitter and WhatsApp of the Social Media Monitoring Industry

What’s more, RAADR, Inc. (OTC: RDAR) aims to be much bigger than merely a social media monitoring app.

By enlisting children, coaches and school leaders in a broader anti-bullying movement, the company hopes to make its free app as omnipresent as X (formerly Twitter), WhatsApp and Snapchat.

The “market” is virtually limitless.

According to the National Center for Education Statistics, fully 97%8 of 3- to 18-year-olds in America now have regular access to the Internet.  That’s roughly 74 million people!

What’s more, according to the Cyberbullying Research Center, the average teenager today spends up to nine hours per day on screens.

Between 15% and 21%9 have been the victim of active bullying online, and as many as 19%10 of teens report being the targets of unwanted solicitations.

RAADR wants to help parents, school officials, coaches and children themselves fight back with a simple, easy-to-use, free app that alerts everyone to dangers as they occur.

Using an advertising as opposed to a paid subscription model, RAADR wants to make its downloadable app as popular as WhatsApp or Twitter.

Investors Want to Do Good, Make Money with Unique Opportunity

Most social media monitoring companies are focused on businesses and “brand reputation,” not protecting kids.

What’s more, almost all are privately held.

That’s what makes RAADR, Inc. (OTC: RDAR) so unique – and such an opportunity for early investors.

Although RAADR has been in business since 2006, it only launched as a publicly traded company in 2015.11

It raised capital through private placements off-limits to the average investor.

But now ordinary people can invest as well – and because RAADR is a new stock, you can purchase shares for very little.

ew startups like RAADR are sometimes know as “triple zero” stocks. 

That means their share prices are so low they are measured in fraction of cents – as in $0.0015 per share.  They can also can have big swings trading during the day, up or down by 10%, 20% or more.

Yet these seemingly negative aspects are precisely what attract some investors! 

Those who take a chance on triple zero stocks like RAADR can acquire enormous amounts of shares for very little – for example, 100,000 shares for only $150.

As a result, if a stock like this catches on, 100,000 shares can turn into a significant amount.  A stock increasing in value from $0.0015 to just 5 cents is a gain of 3,233% or 32 times the initial investment.

Shares are currently selling for under $0.001612 per share.

That means investors can enjoy a significant share position for a very modest investment:  five thousand shares can be bought for less than $800.13

And when you consider that the mobile app industry is currently valued at $5 trillion, you can see the potential that RAADR’s innovative child-protection app offers to investors.

And Cyber Security Stocks Have Done Very Well

Plus, although social media monitoring is relatively new, it is part of the much bigger cybersecurity and mobile app industries – which have historically produced eye-popping profits for early investors.

For example, Qualys Inc (QLYS), a cybersecurity company that provides cloud security solutions and threat monitoring, gained 55% in the first nine months of 2023 – despite a lackluster market.

Similar gains were seen by Crowdstrike (CRWD), the Austin-based anti-virus and identity protection company, in 2023.  It started off the year with its shares selling for $93, and by mid-October the same shares were selling for $187.

That was a gain of 101% in just nine and a half months.

The shares of another cybersecurity company, Fortinet (Nasdaq: FTNT), a provider of Internet security products and firewalls, were trading at around $16.50 in March 2020 but then took off throughout the pandemic. 

By July 2023, Fortinet stock was selling for $79 a share – a gain of 378%.14  That was enough to potentially turn every $5,000 flyer into $23,900.15

Perhaps the best-known mobile app winner for investors is Snapchat (SNAP). 

In December 2018, the company was selling for just $5.50 per share.  But like RAADR’s app, Snapchap’s visual messaging app is downloadable for free — and caught fire with younger users.

By September 2021, Snapchat shares were selling for $75 – a gain of 1,263% in just 33 months. 

Every $1,000 flyer could have turned into $13,630, and every $5,000 into $68,150.

Of course, past performance is no guarantee of future results, and you should always exercise caution when investing in a small startup.  Yet the risk-reward ratio can often be attractive.

A Company Like RAADR, Inc. (OTC: RDAR) Could Be Ripe for a Takeover Bid

And make no mistake:  Social media monitoring is big business… and it’s getting bigger and bigger each year.

As a result, big money is moving into this once-sleepy industry – and into the online social media monitoring market in particular.

A company like RAADR could be a prime buy-out opportunity if it succeeds in growing its userbase.

There are no guarantees with microcap investing, but small amounts invested in early stages of a company can sometimes grow into significant sums.

For example, early investors in WhatsApp made as much as 400 times16 their investment when it was purchased by Facebook for $19 billion.17

That’s another good reason why investors are taking a close look at RAADR, Inc. (OTC: RDAR).

With only a handful of free social media monitoring platforms available, it could be in a favorable position to see explosive growth in the coming months.

RAADR, Inc. (OTC: RDAR) has the potential to be a breakthrough investment in the new, rapidly growing industry of child-centered social media monitoring.

For more information, check out the company’s investor information at: https://raadr.com/invest/

Due your due diligence, but consider adding RAADR, Inc. (OTC: RDAR) to your portfolio today!

7 Reasons to Consider RAADR, Inc. (OTC: RDAR)

  1. Huge Need.  The nearly universal use of social media by America’s 74 million children and teens means that parents, educators, coaches and other responsible adults need new tools to protect the children in their care.  Unfortunately, the protective technology haven’t kept up with the threats – that is, until now.
  2. Massive Market.  Social media founders are rich for a reason: virtually the entire population of developed countries is their market.  It’s currently estimated that the social media market by itself is worth nearly $1 trillion, and the mobile app market another $5 trillion.
  3. Proven Success. RAADR, Inc. (RDAR) is a new stock but not a new company:  it’s been involved in anti-bullying campaigns in schools and sporting events since 2015.   
  4. Multiple Endorsements.  RAADR, Inc.’s work is supported by sports figures, school officials and TV celebrities who hope to use its unique technology to protect kids.
  5. Enormous Advertising Potential.  RAADR has the same business model as Twitter/X:  to provide a free mobile app to rapidly grow its user base, and then monetize its growth through profitable advertising placements.
  6. Possible Buyout Candidate.  Mobile apps like RAADR’s anti-bullying software are prime candidates for buyouts. Facebook bought the mobile app WhatsApp for $19 billion, and Instagram for $1 billion.
  7. Ground Floor Opportunity.  The share price for RAADR, Inc. (OTC: RDAR) is currently under $0.0016 per share.18 That means investors can enjoy a significant share position for a very modest investment:  five thousand shares can be bought for less than $800.19

No guarantees, but this could potentially be a speculative investment that could pay off.  Do your due diligence but consider RAADR, Inc. (OCT: RDAR) for your speculative portfolio.

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1Photo:  https://www.shutterstock.com/image-photo/scared-sad-girl-bullied-on-line-1407347105
2  https://www.fortunebusinessinsights.com/media-monitoring-tools-market-104157
3  https://www.guardchild.com/statistics/
4 https://www.guardchild.com/statistics/
5  https://www.guardchild.com/statistics/
6  https://blog.hootsuite.com/social-media-monitoring-tools/
7  https://www.safewise.com/resources/parental-control-filters-buyers-guide/
8  https://nces.ed.gov/fastfacts/display.asp?id=46
9  https://cyberbullying.org/facts
10  https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/11410100/ 11  Need specific date from company
12  Need specifics
13 Need specifics
14 https://percentagecalculator.net/
15  $5,000 x 3.78 = $18,900 + $5,000 principal = $23,900.
16 Sequoia Capital reportedly invested a mere $8 million in WhatsApp back in 2011, for a 10% to 20% stake in the company. That means Sequoia could be reaping as much as $3.2 billion in cash and stock for that initial investment.  $3.2 billion divided by $8 million = 400 times.  https://www.theverge.com/2014/2/19/5427498/for-whatsapps-lone-investor-facebook-deal-is-one-of-the-biggest-wins-startup-history
17  https://www.techrepublic.com/article/the-top-7-acquisitions-of-all-time-in-social-media-and-why-they-matter/
18  Need specifics
19  Need specifics

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