SOURCE: SearchHelp, Inc.

October 04, 2007 10:00 ET

SearchHelp to Publish Award Winning Parental Control Software to Be Multilingual

Advanced Real Time Monitoring & Parental Control Software to Fill the Void and the Growing Demand From Europe and Latin America

SYOSSET, NY--(Marketwire - October 4, 2007) - SearchHelp, Inc. (OTCBB: SHLP), a leading developer of award-winning, web-based parental control software, announced that it will release a Spanish version of its new 2008 version of Sentry At Home software sometime in early December. Recognizing that its unique software fills a universal need, SearchHelp will offer its child protection software in December to one of the fastest growing populations of Internet users -- the Spanish Speaking population in the US and elsewhere in the World. The Company will then follow this release with French, German, and Italian versions within the first quarter of 2008. "Parents, no matter what their ethnicity, desire to protect their children while online," says Bill Bozsnyak, founder and CEO of SearchHelp. "Currently 17% of our user base is Hispanic," says Bozsnyak. "This segment has been growing steadily, and we expect it to continue to do so." In the US, Hispanics are the fastest growing population on the internet, with 20.9 million users expected by 2010, of which 58% of these users are under 35 years of age. Connectivity knows no boundaries and is expected to keep growing at an aggressive pace. With these dynamics, it makes good business sense to localize its software into other languages and sell its parental control software to parents around the world, who are looking for solutions to help safeguard their children while online.

SearchHelp, through its Sentry Product Line, provides parents state-of-the-art monitoring and parental control tools they need to protect their children from Internet danger and predation. Using Sentry At Home and Sentry Remote software, parents are able to block and monitor inappropriate websites, suspicious instant messages, and stop children from giving out personal and private information, and control the time their children spend online. Plus, parents will receive instant violation alerts via email on their computers or PDAs and receive SMS text messages on their cell phone or iPhone when questionable online activity occurs. These instant alerts allow parents to pro-actively monitor their children's online activities no matter where they happen to be and to intervene if necessary.

In September 2007, SearchHelp's Sentry At Home became compatible with Apple's new iPhone, allowing parents who have At Home installed on their child's computer to monitor, control, and shut down their child's computer any time and anywhere using their iPhone. This truly allows parents to keep on top of and control their children's internet activities no matter what they are doing.

About SearchHelp, Inc.

SearchHelp, Inc. markets and develops software products that offer parental controls that enable parents, both in home and remotely, to monitor and regulate their child's computer activity through timely reports and alerts via email and cell phone. To learn more about the "Sentry" line of products or about protecting children when online, please visit SearchHelp at www.SentryParentalControls.com or call 516-922-4765.

Statements in this press release or in other SearchHelp communications may relate to future events or SearchHelp's future performance. Such statements are forward-looking statements and are based on present information SearchHelp has related to its existing business circumstances. Investors are cautioned that such forward-looking statements are subject to inherent risks and that actual results may differ materially from such forward-looking statements. Further, investors are cautioned that SearchHelp does not assume any obligation to update forward-looking statements based on unanticipated events or changed expectations. SearchHelp makes such forward-looking statements under the provisions of the "safe harbor" section of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995.

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