11-Year-Old Boy Creates ‘Safe & Fun’ Website: Facebook For Kids?

By Radar Staff

Gromsocial.com is touting itself as a “website designed for kids by kids giving them a safe & fun environment to interact in” full of safeguards, free of bullies and instilling anti-drug and smoking messages in its’ users.

The site was created by Zach Marks, a precocious 11-year-old Florida boy who wanted something more age-appropriate after a number of thwarted attempts to maintain a Facebook account.

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With that in mind, he and his family took the idea to a web designer, who brought it to life with the elements he wanted.

Watch the video on RadarOnline.com

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The site has plenty of interactive features — all geared towards kids — including gaming, school help, news, message boards, sports and health and fitness.

For more info, check out gromsocial.com.



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