, New User-Centered Social Media Platform, Recruits 125K+ Users in First Month


With Big Tech’s pattern of viewpoint suppression having been established beyond dispute, several new social media platforms have been popping up to offer alternatives for those looking  for better privacy, more control, and a “level playing field” where users are afforded the free speech embodied in the First Amendment.

Among the newest is AllSocial – a social media platform “created with the user foremost in mind.”

According to the platform, AllSocial …

  • does not censor you because of your religion or politics
  • protects your data and privacy (they won’t sell your data)
  • sends 100% of your messages to your friends and followers (current social media sends less than 10%)
  • allows you to post from other major platforms – Facebook, YouTube, Instagram, Twitter, and Pinterest
  • gives you a simple, easy-to-use place where you can connect with those who are important to you

“In short, AllSocial is a platform that you control,” say those behind the platform. “While we do screen out highly offensive content, such as porn, we do not screen you out for your political or religious views. We welcome people from all beliefs and viewpoints, and our goal is to be a true worldwide platform that goes back to the basics of social media – freedom of speech where people can connect with friends, share content, and see what is interesting and entertaining to them, without censorship or fear of loss of personal data.”

To sign up, go to and decide whether you would like to use the web version or download an app from the Apple or Google Play store. Whichever you use, you can then set up an account with your name and email or cell phone, knowing that your data is private and protected. AllSocial says it will not sell, trade, or transfer your personal information to anyone.

You can then go and choose topics to follow, and you can invite and connect with your friends. 

According to those behind AllSocial, thousands of people have joined the platform each day since its recent launch. In just the first month alone, the platform reportedly saw more than 125,000 users sign up.

“We believe in freedom of speech, not censorship, and in connecting you to what is interesting, meaningful and important to you every minute of every day,” they concluded.

All Social was the sponsor of the 2019 NRB business meeting that took place during Proclaim 19, the 2019 NRB International Christian Media Convention that was held this past March in Anaheim, California.

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By NRB Staff

Published: July 11, 2019


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