Welcome to the NEW way to do Social.

Where you can post photos and videos without fear of being monitored or spied on. And your feeds are chronological.

$100 today and reserves your username!

What to expect

You will not be tracked

You will not be spied on

Your data will not be sold

You will not see advertisements

Your feeds will be chronological.

Your privacy will be our priority

Your data will be hosted on protected servers

You will feel free when posting photos/videos

Preview

BeenUp2 will be a honest, simple and true social network. A place where you can feel safe and find community. Give today to reserve your username, or join our Alpha Testers group (below) to be one of the first to get the app.

Our Model

$2 Bucks for Freedom.

Because we won’t be advertising to you there will be a cost to use BeenUp2. Our launch price will be $2/mo. A small price to pay for liberty and peace.

Be an Alpha Tester

The Problem

“If you’re not paying for it, you’re not the consumer, you are the product being sold.”

Each of the social networks above are in the business of selling information about you. If they are advertising to you then they are selling you. You are the product.

And the data they have on you is frightening. It’s not just what you post on these platforms that gets tracked, they track you when you’re not on their platforms as well. They know your income level, they know all of the things you search, they read your private messages, they listen to your conversations (literally). If you don’t believe me open your Facebook app, tap the three lines at the bottom right, scroll down to Settings then tap “Off Facebook Activity”.

Creeped out? You should be.

A Short History

BeenUp2 first launched in 2006 when three friends took $100,000 in angel funding and set out to build “Twitter with photos”. Over the next several years they saw rapid growth but couldn’t keep up with the well funded platforms. So in 2012 BeenUp2 closed its doors.

But during those 5 or 6 years we built a community that has not been paralleled. It was a beautiful community with civil interactions where strong friendships were forged, people were supported by one another and wonderful things happened.

We want this community again, so we’re going to rebuild it.