LOS ANGELES — SnapGirlz has announced that Belle Knox, Jessica Bangkok and Annie Cruz have signed on to the fan service and will create exclusive mobile content through MeWe, the private social network.
The company said it has created a free lounge whereby talent and fans can join a group within the MeWe app and get a feel for the platform.
“Talent love having full creative control over what and how they sell,” SnapGirlz CFO Seth said. “It allows the talent to feel comfortable and confident that the mobile experience they’re creating are for a select group of fans; unavailable anywhere else online.”
SnapGirlz explained that the MeWe platform allows for users to share personal videos, pictures and voice notes in real time. Active members enjoy private interaction and conversation that isn’t on Twitter, Instagram, Snapchat or Facebook.
“I’m so excited to join SnapGirlz and better connect with my fans” Knox said. “Fans will get a peek into my private life, with new sexy pictures uploaded daily. Not to mention interactions with all my fans.”
The service noted that it plans to work one-on-one with talent to develop and create customized packages for fans to join and experience. “Talent have nothing to lose by joining the service and offering their fans something new and fresh,” CEO Nick Stone said. “The social market has a lot of noise right now and our membership allows fans to cut through the noise and enjoy what they’re really looking for: a fun, sexy interactive relationship experience.”