Christian News Stations and Bloggers to 'Gain Giant Boost in Traffic' with New 'Christian Internet'
Contact: Steven Andrew, USA.Life
SAN JOSE, Calif., May 23, 2018 /Christian Newswire
/ -- A "Christian Internet" where believers can freely share about God is coming soon. Christian bloggers and news stations are "expected to see a giant boost in traffic that was lost due to Facebook, Google and Twitter censorship," said Steven Andrew. He is the innovative Silicon Valley Christian and technology leader heading up the initiative.
The new "Christian Internet"
consists of USA.Life social network and 1776Free search engine. "You can speak openly about Christianity and get Christian search results hid by Facebook, Google and Twitter," Andrew said.
He believes Christian publishers could see a 27 to 5000 percent improvement of traffic.
The 27 percent increase is from "regaining lost traffic due to Facebook's algorithm change in March that decreased the number of people seeing conservative sites by that amount, as Western Journalism reported," Andrew said.
However, "Facebook's data shows the 5000 percent or more increase Christians may recover by switching to USA.Life social network," he said. Facebook cut Andrew's monthly reach from 5 million people per month down to 97,685 people, as he documents in a video
. Recovering this lost traffic is a 5018 percent improvement.
With USA.Life, people, bloggers and churches "share photos, updates, the Gospel, news, videos and messages" and "connect with those who are important to them," Andrew said.
USA.Life is working to be "the premiere social network" of the nation and aims to "replace Facebook and Twitter in popularity," he said.
He encourages people to "sign up
for USA.Life now to get preferred usernames and updates." People do not need to be in the country to join.
"Freedom and privacy could be lost forever without USA.Life and 1776Free. However, we can save the Internet if 65,000 people give $10, or if 6,500 people give $100. If people want to share the Gospel freely, we can do this," Andrew said. "If we meet our required funding now, we will launch this summer."
What makes Andrew unique is "he passionately believes like our founding fathers that God gives us liberty." He has extensive consulting experience, including for Cisco, Stanford, Sega and Better Homes and Gardens, leading strategy and large scale initiatives.
"Google and Twitter also massively censor Christians," Andrew said. He will talk about this soon.
Andrew gives details, how the money is spent and answers questions on the crowdfunding page.
Photos and videos are available for the press at USA.Life.