I am Lisa Chau, one of the co-founders of Ownet. As a creator, curator, and connector, social media and digital networks have been vital to my life. I’ve been a power user of such platforms since my graduate student days at Dartmouth College, where I completed an independent study of the participatory culture of Web 2.0 I wrote a paper about how the internet democratized the publishing industry. Media would no longer be controlled by the select few.
Now, I’m taking that idea to the next step by working on revolutionizing social networks as we’ve known them to operate. Inspired by the alumni of the Tuck School of Business, I’ve put together a team of entrepreneurs with complementary skills and talents. As a group, we represent over 80 years of experience on Wall Street, business, academia, social media, strategy, and technology.
My team and I are poised to overthrow the monopoly of existing digital prisons which have reaped approximately two decades of our contributions without sharing any profits in return. Ownet’s disruptive technology will allow users to claim their stake in billions of advertising dollars that other greedy platforms have hoarded for far too long.
We all deserve profit-sharing for our contributions and time on social networks. Ownet makes it possible with a patent-pending technology which offers stock to all registered users on the network. No purchase is necessary. Every member receives stock just for signing up. They also earn additional stock for sharing content on the platform.
Join my team and I on a mission for social justice (social network justice, to be exact). By joining forces in a mass exodus from Facebook and other platforms, we can lead the largest non-governmental transfer of wealth in history!
At the end of 2020, 3.6 billion people were using a social network and it is projected that number will increase 23% to 4.41 billion by 2025, according to data published in January 2021 by Statistica.com. Nearly 80% of all users, 2.75 billion people, are registered with Facebook, the largest general interest social network in the US and in the world. Many are also registered with three or more social networks.
Social network users spend an average of 144 minutes per day using social media, equal to 16.8 hours per week and 67 hours per month, according to Statistica.com. For nearly half of all users, social networking has become the primary use of their free time-similar in time commitment to a part-time job.
Nearly all new social networks have followed the Facebook business model whereby the network operator retains all the economics of the platform and users get none of the profits. The time for disruption is now. Join Ownet in the revolution!
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