Shelley, Idaho (PRWEB) July 03, 2013 -- Kids are becoming increasingly reliant on the internet and mobile technology. So parents must find better tools to manage their child’s online safety. That’s why KidsEmail.org is offering parents a trial of their safe and easy-to-use email service for kids.
A child’s first email address is an important milestone in their life. They are connecting to the world in ways that are both exciting and potentially dangerous. While parents are encouraging their kids to explore the internet, it is crucial that they teach their kids to be safe online just as they would teach their kids to be safe offline.
Not only is it important for parents to talk to their kids about online safety, parents must be proactive in protecting their kids from cyberbullying, unwanted images and advertising, and email from strangers.
KidsEmail.org is an award-winning email service for kids that is trusted by more than 30,000 parents. This kid-friendly email service is both safe and fun to use. The email system empowers parents to increase the safety of their child’s first email address with a range of parental controls that include the ability to:
• Monitor incoming and outgoing mail
• Remove links and images from emails
• Filter offensive words
• Disallow attachments
• Restrict email login hours
• Manage contacts
• Blacklist email addresses
• View activity logs
To take advantage of the 30-day, risk-free trial, visit KidsEmail.org. While there, parents can watch a short demonstration video about the many powerful safety features of the easy-to-use email system. At the end of the 30-day trial period, if parents find that the kid-friendly service is an effective tool for protecting their kids online, they can continue the service at an affordable monthly rate.
Launched in 2009, KidsEmail.org is a safe email service designed to protect kids ages 4 to 12 from Internet dangers including cyberbullying, predators, and email from strangers. This service allows kids to only send emails to and receive emails from people on their contact list while also allowing parents to monitor email conversations. Visit KidsEmail.org to learn more and to sign up for a free trial.
Jacob Andersen, Ruby Web, LLC, http://www.kidsemail.org, 2085574132, [email protected]
SOURCE Ruby Web, LLC