Tweet Chat Series Focused on Social Media Safety For Kids
Industry: Online Interactive Services
TrueCare.com announces a new education and awareness series on Twitter (via tweet chats ) for parents concerned about social media safety for their children.
United States (PRUnderground) December 7th, 2012
TrueCare.com, a leading provider of social media monitoring services for parents, today announced a new education and awareness series now available as a Twitter Tweet Chat for parents concerned about social media safety for their children.
TrueCare social media safety tweet chats are held at NOON Central Time on the first Tuesday of every month. Twitterers can join using the hashtag #TrueCare. The TrueCare chats are designed to educate parents about the dangers of social media for kids such as #cyberbullying, #predators, #cybersafety, defamed reputations and #identitytheft.
TrueCare’s social media monitoring tool alerts parents of suspicious or harmful behavior on sites like Facebook, YouTube, and Twitter and provides 24/7 coverage, sending an email alert to a parent if any potentially dangerous activity appears on their child’s account, as well as weekly reports of all online activity.
Carol Voellinger, SVP of Marketing for TrueCare, commented, “The dangers and fads of social networking change so quickly, we have to educate parents using the fastest, communication tools available. The TrueCare Tweet Chats allow parents, educators, bloggers, industry experts, vendors, and nonprofits focused on these evolving issues and both old and new dangers. In a tweet chat, we are able to educate all our stakeholders about online child safety.”
The 2013 scheduled can be found at http://www.truecare.com/tweetchats
TrueCare is a social network monitoring tool that helps parents protect children from the potential dangers of sites like Facebook, YouTube, MySpace and Twitter. Cyber bullying and online predators are real dangers, and there is a strong need to monitor kids’ online activity while starting an ongoing conversation with kids on the importance of Internet safety.