Virallock recently got featured on the Fort Worth Business Press. Here is an excerpt:
Parents who’ve Googled their teenager’s name and gasped at what they found may have a new best friend in a several-week-old North Texas upstart.The company, Virallock, aims to help teenagers and college students identify and remove social media content that may reflect poorly on them to college admissions committees and potential employers. In other words, it intends to help protect and sculpt your child’s online reputation.Virallock’s very existence is yet another testament to the dual-edged nature of social media: It can be both a boon and a liability. The company’s launch could also augur the emergence of a niche market poised to explode now that people’s personal lives on Facebook, Twitter and various other social media applications have become so entangled with their professional personas.Michael P. Grace, Virallock’s founder, stumbled upon this realization when his two sons, ages 12 and 15, immersed themselves more and more into social media. With college applications on the horizon, he began to worry about what mark, exactly, his sons were leaving online.
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