Consider a Facebook/Netflix/etc. app that analyzes a user's profile to determine how sheltered they may be relative to their peers. This data would be presented to the user, accompanied by a breakout plan to get them up to their peer norm. Offers from media providers (Netflix/Amazon/etc.) would encourage the user to 'rectify' the situation through term-limited catch-up deals/packages ($10 to 'get' Game of Thrones or $20 and the Fifty Shades of Gray will be on your doorstep tomorrow).
The obvious revenue elements are:
- kickbacks from providers (essentially referral fees),
- demographic intuition for advertisers (what groups are not responding to our advertising campaigns),
- appreciation from data providers (for promoting complete taste profiles),
- social literacy trivia games (à la Jeopardy), and
- offers in an ongoing to-do list to maintain social literacy (number and frequency of entries informed by prior rectification speed/thoroughness).
The offerings should also be tailored by age/maturation as the desire to be socially-literate varies/decreases with age.
I can't say I would use such a 'service', but because the data and revenue model exist...it should/will as well.