kidmailpic_45ec9abb849eaLet Your Kids Get "Email Happy" With the Safety of KidMail.net


Emailing not only helps kids keep up their reading and writing practice, but it helps them maintain relationships and stay up-to-date in their techy abilities. Of course, with all the unacceptable spam content and more serious dangers facing children on the Internet, I have been tempted to hold my children back from Internet usage in order to ensure their safety. Then I found KidMail.net, and my whole attitude changed.

I can expect that my two young daughters' Internet skills will surpass my own in a matter of a few years, and actually this is quite an exciting concept. After all, I want them to be online and email savvy for their own success in today's high-tech world and for positive development toward college and career. Emailing not only helps kids keep up their reading and writing practice, but it helps them maintain relationships and stay up-to-date in their techy abilities.
 

Of course, with all the unacceptable spam content and more serious dangers facing children on the Internet, I have been tempted to hold my children back from Internet usage in order to ensure their safety. Then I found KidMail.net, and my whole attitude changed.


KidMail.net offers special email accounts just for kids. These accounts allow parents to approve each and every email sender and add them to an approved contact list before their children ever read the emails. And thereafter, parents continue to be copied on each incoming email via a parental carbon copy (PCC) if you wish to then monitor each email's content.
 

KidMail.net makes your parenting life that much easier by offering this type of email reviewing and monitoring service. Plus, they offer separate programs geared toward younger kids, pre-teens and teens.
 

Sign up for safety and peace of mind at KidsMail.net for a special promotional rate of $5.95 per month, with price breaks for quarterly and annual billing.


 

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