Los Angeles, CA – Two years ago, mygirlfund.com reported that college girls on summer break were joining the social networking community in droves. According to mygirlfund’s director of business development, Stefan Patrick, that trend has accelerated.
“It’s actually no longer seasonal,” stated Mr. Patrick. “College girls are joining the mygirlfund community year-round and staying actively engaged during academic terms, not just over breaks.”
Mainstream media outlets have recently taken notice of the trend. In recent months, four news and culture sites posted features about college girls earning tuition money by non-traditional means: fusion.net, salon.com, Huffington Post and playboy.com. Each segment spotlighted mygirlfund as a popular destination for college girls pursuing their educational goals.
“It makes sense that mygirlfund is the primary focus of these features,” said Patrick. “While popular cam sites may have more female members, mygirlfund has the largest concentration of college girls. The vast majority of our female members are girl next door types who live in America or other English-speaking countries.”
Patrick believes mygirlfund’s popularity with college girls is due to the unique set up of the site. “Privacy and safety come first,” Patrick stated. “Members of the mygirlfund community know that what happens on mygirlfund will stay on mygirlfund. If a young woman does not want her peers or professors to know what she does online for income, they will not find out. In addition to feeling safe, college girls feel very comfortable on mygirlfund. The interactive tools are very similar to mainstream social networking and messaging sites and apps. Her ‘work’ on mygirlfund is the same as her play on the social apps and sites she uses daily.”
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