We’re excited to work with the National Alert Registry to bring readers information on everything from child identification tips to identifying an online predator and searching for predators in your area.
Boston, MA (PRWEB) June 28, 2006
As parents, teachers, educators and mentors work to keep the children in their life safe from online sexual predators, LifeTips is working to make your child safer. The National Alert Registry selected LifeTips.com for content development services and link building strategy, and together with LifeTips announces the launch of the child protection site in the LifeTips network to millions of knowledge seekers at LifeTips. National Alert Registry will now become the exclusive child protection client in the LifeTips network.
“Nothing is more important than the safety of our children, and together with the National Alert Registry, LifeTips is armed to provide parents and teachers with ways to better guard your children from online predators,” said Byron White, President of LifeTips. “We’re excited to work with the National Alert Registry to bring readers information on everything from child identification tips to identifying an online predator and searching for predators in your area.”
Sample Child Protection Tip:
- Where to Keep a Child Identification Kit
“Once you have created or obtained a free child identification kit, where should you keep it? Ideally, it makes sense to have a couple of identification kits, in the event that one is misplaced. You should keep your child's identification kit with you at all times. Keep in mind that the first few hours are crucial in the recovery of your child. You don't want to waste time searching for your kit, so keep it in your car, your purse, etc. Just because your child isn't with you doesn't mean you shouldn't keep his or her child identification kit with you. If your child were to become missing at school, at a friend's house, on a field trip, or somewhere else, you would immediately have access to that personal identification. Remember, it is extremely important that law enforcement agencies have immediate access to your child's identification kit!”
"Providing parents with information to help them protect their children is our top priority. "Forums, chat rooms and blogs are often where predators make first contact with our children. Understanding these dangers and taking precautions are the best ways to keep our children safe," said Scott Adams, CEO of The National Alert Registry. "The more resources parents have, the safer our children become."
With the recent media reports and Dateline investigations appearing live on television sets nationwide, the National Alert Registry has prepared a DVD special program for your family called “Safe From Harm.” The program shows real-life scenarios and teaches, step-by-step, both you and your children exactly what they need to know in order to stay safe. This full-length, instructional program can be viewed at: http://www.SafeFromHarmVideo.com/nationalalertregistrygift.htm. One of the very best ways to protect your children is to get this free DVD and then watch it with your family.
Learn more great child protection tips from http://ChildProtection.Lifetips.com.
LifeTips offers content solutions and link strategy through tips that help clients earn trust and build relationships with new customers. With our tips, LifeTips drives more traffic to clients Web sites, and improves conversions and increase sales for each client in their niche. Over 500+ writers create content for the company's 200+ Tip Sites and for clients' Web sites.
With proper attribution and a link to the appropriate source, media representatives are free to use tips from any of the Tip Sites at LifeTips, including the child protection tips (http://ChildProtection.lifetips.com).
For more information:
The National Alert Registry
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