Safemoods Reaches 470,000 Facebook Fans

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The Safemoods series of animations from Funmoods shows kids in a fun, unthreatening way how to use social media safely. With about 500 new “likes” each day, the number of Facebook Fans doubled from December 2011 to December 2012.

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The Safemoods videos show kids how to connect to friends safely and responsibly online and off.

The creator and distributor of animated emoticons for social networks Funmoods, announced today that the number of Facebook Fans for its Safemoods page is growing rapidly, particularly among young people aged 13 to 24.

Funmoods created and introduced the Safemoods animations in March 2011, as a fun way to raise awareness about cyber-wellness and responsible use of the internet among Funmoods’ audiences. The Safemoods’ animated videos also tackle relevant critical issues such as privacy protection and bullying.    

Safemoods Facebook Fans are from around the world, particularly Indonesia, Brazil, Mexico, India and the United States. In response to the international popularity, the Funmoods smileys and texticons have been translated into Portuguese and Spanish and will be issued in Arabic soon as well.

Funmoods Art Director Alon Simon commented, “The Safemoods videos show kids how to connect to friends safely and responsibly online and off. The popularity of the videos around the world just reinforces the universality of the safety message.”

A number of educational organizations have partnered with Funmoods to help spread the Safemoods safety messages.

About Funmoods:
Established in 2009, Funmoods develops, designs, and markets highly engaging software that adds rich content to social networks communication channels, and is enjoyed by millions of daily active users. The Funmoods products include the Funmoods animated emoticons for social network chats and messaging; Greetingmoods humorous animated greeting cards to be sent via social networks for a range of occasions; and Safemoods entertaining animations that educate kids on how to be safe online and in particular on social networks.

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