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Go2s - Your private social network

Go2s is the private social network that goes beyond sharing. Go2s is designed to help you handle everyday life events like finding a trusted roofer, discussing important topics, or asking for help. Add your trusted “go tos” and build your digital support system.

When you need help - Go2s is your best resource

With Go2s you can bring your support system to the digital age. Whether you are looking for a recommendation for your next family vacation, or to find a friend to give your daughter a ride home from the softball game, Go2s is your "go-to-app".

Find honest recommendations you can trust on Go2s

A friends and family network is the best source for your everyday resources. With the Go2s network, you can share your recommendations with others. Finding the best roofer or plumber just got a whole lot easier with Go2s by your side.


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Latest Articles

Being on Go2s Means Being There

Some of the best memories from our spring break trip: the pure joy on my kids’ faces as they discovered the “tornado” wind tunnel at the Children’s Museum of Pittsburgh, their concentration as they learned how to draw Pigeon, Elephant & Piggy just like the artist at the special Mo Willems exhibit, and their hands-on […]

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How Clicking “Like” Can Cost You

Most of the time when people talk about the downsides of ad-driven social media platforms, they complain about “clutter” or “wasted time” spent scrolling past sponsored content. As a media-savvy public, we’re used to being bombarded by advertising and think we’re pretty good when it comes to filtering out the noise. But is our filter […]

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More Connection, Less Consumption

Social media has become a big part of our lives, whether or not we are willing to admit it. We spend a majority of our sacred personal time looking at screens, which, yes – it can be enriching. But, as psychologist Adam Alter outlines in this TED Talk, we spend three times longer on apps […]

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