Traditional social media preys on our desires to be liked, to be validated, and to be rewarded.
It’s why the like button is so addicting (and why Mazu doesn’t have one).
Just take a look at some of these stats…
Janice Taylor is a social entrepreneur, mother, inspirational speaker, author, and online safety advocate.
She has a BA Honors in Behavioral Psychology, focussing on self-esteem and self-efficacy among women. It was from this research that she sought to create a solution to the issue of social media addiction and how it was affecting women, children, and families.
Her credo of compassion, community, and caring drives the vision of her company Mazu, a healthy, positive, and fun engagement platform for families, founded in love. Mazu gives children and parents a place to communicate and connect, creating the “digital family village” – the antidote to social media, that awakens families with love.
Meet the Mazu Family helping to bring the digital village to life.
We are giving the power back to parents.
Founded in love and core values, Mazu is a Digital Village of caring families who share content, conversations, and fun. Free of like buttons and view counters, Mazu is about real conversations and sharing the truth.
Be the Change.
Help build Mazu into a healthy, thriving digital village for all families. Share your wisdom, your talents and all the things that make you, you!