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Kids Email and Giveaway!



Everyone wants to keep their kids safe on the internet and if you let your child send and receive email then this is the best way to go about it. Personally I don't believe kids should be allowed to have their own Facebook or other social media accounts due to unsafe activities. That is just my own personal opinion, but I do believe that kids should be allowed the chance to enjoy technology and remain connected with all of their friends. Kids Email is perfect for parent's like me that want to keep their kids safe on the web. 


REGISTRATION
Please visit www.kidsemail.org and create a Free Trial Account. Creating an account is
very easy. Make sure you enter a valid email as we will email you the necessary
instructions to activate your account. After your account is activated, you will be taken to the
Parental Control Panel where you can add the accounts for your children.


ADDING CHILDREN
Adding Children is very easy. One of the cool features of Kids Email is that it can actually
grow with your child. There is a simple option for you to have a standard child account
which will give your child an @kidsemail.org address, or there is an option for an older
child that will have an e-­mail of @kmail.org with an older look and feel. This is a great tool
that allows your kids to keep their email address even through pre-­teen and teen years.
This is a setting that can be switched at any time.


SUPPORTED PLATFORMS
KidsEmail.org can be used on iOS, Android and Web platforms.



KidsEmail is always free to try for 30 days with no obligation! There is no credit card
required during the Trial Period. There is nothing to cancel and you will never be billed.
When the 30 days are over, you can continue your subscription based on the frequency of
your choice.
Users can choose to sign up for the plan they choose during registration, or when the trial
period is over. We pride ourselves in offering several tools for parents to protect their
children at the lowest cost possible.


WE ARE SOCIAL
We encourage you to connect with us on our social media platforms. We provide updates
from KidsEmail, tips to keep your kids safe online, and contests for parents to win some
fun stuff! Come say hi!

We have a lot of great features and tools to keep kids safe while using e-­mail. 
One thing
that is awesome about Kids Email is that ALL our features come with every account.
You get the best of everything when you use Kids Email.

 In addition to these features
above, we also have a cool drawing pad, and a read it function that can read e-­mails to
younger children.

Visit www.kidsemail.org today and try it for yourself! 

Now for an awesome giveaway! This week you have a chance to win 24 personalized address labels from Shutterfly! 



 

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