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Just two months after the initial launch, ChorePay.com, a free online financial and educational tool for families, has now released the stage two developments and upgrades to the website. Billed as a complete solution to manage every aspect of household chores from assigning the chore to payment, ChorePay.com strives to create a fun environment for children and a simple, streamlined solution for parents.
Seattle, WA (PRWEB) June 30, 2012
The ChorePay.com team has released the second stage of the website, greatly enhancing user experience and adding additional flexibility in anticipation of user demand.
“We knew going in that we wanted to build a community, not just another website providing insular accounts to families. That’s what sets us apart.” said CMO and co-founder Diane Gaddis. “But we also knew it would be the harder road. An online community is a living, breathing entity and we’ve put in exhaustive hours planning and anticipating its growth and evolution. We’re extremely happy to say that we are on target with our growth strategy and have released the second stage just slightly ahead of schedule.”
The stage two developments focus on user flexibility and scope of account options:
ChorePay received considerable attention from its first stage launch including an interview in Seattle Met Magazine (http://www.seattlemet.com/arts-and-entertainment/articles/seattle-startup-chorepay-drags-childhood-allowance-into-the-digital-age-july-2012/) and they anticipate even greater interest after this Stage Two release.
Now that Stage Two is complete and released, the ChorePay team is already hard at work on Stage Three. “It’s equal parts planning, anticipating, listening, and reacting.” Gaddis continued, “We’ve got some fantastic things in the works for Stage Three including a 3-D Mall experience and the ability for Parents and Guardians to match funds for any charitable donation a child makes. We’re spending a great deal of time and consideration in the educational and charitable aspects of the ‘site. But the real trick is listening to our community. There are sure to be ideas coming from our user base. We’ve got to keep lithe and quick to design, test, and implement those ideas.”
ChorePay.com provides a free online tool for parents to organize and centralize their children’s chores. This includes complete money management for the child with goals of education about saving, spending, and donating their earnings.
Founded in 2011, ChorePay is a small team of parents whose goal is to engage families and make the whole chore process not so much of a…well, chore. They believe it should be fun. Very fun.
To learn more, visit http://www.chorepay.com
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