KidZui Launches New Version of Company’s Award-Winning Kid’s Browser, Featuring New Ways for Children and Parents to Safely Discover and Share the Internet Together | Press Releases @ Your StoryI'm a big fan of KidZui, enough to work with them directly. I was speaking to about 500 adults as part of a Girl Scouts support event in San Diego. I dragged Cliff Boro, KidZui's CEO, along with me to hear what parents are asking. The funny thing was that after I spoke, every single question asked by the adults (all of whom were parents) was answered by directing them to KidZui.
"My daughter wants a Facebook, but is too young. Where can she go to feel like she can have her own community that is age appropriate?" KidZui.
"My son love YouTube, but there are videos I don't want him to see there. Where can he go?" KidZui.
"My twins play games and love searching for new ones, but I worry about what they may find." KidZui
"How can I filter what they are doing online without feeling like a censor?" KidZui
"Is there a kid size search engine that I know is really safe?" KidZui
I made Cliff stand up eventually. He was embarrassed a bit, but saw how much his product touches the needs of families out there.
I'm not paid to endorse them. I only advise them on how to be safe.
This endorsement is free and genuine.
I you have't checked it out, try it. KidZui.com. Just don't let your kids know it's good for them. :-)